I see a lot of different opinions out there of what folks think needs be done regarding hunting and wildlife management up here, so if you had a day you could implent three things immediately, what would they be?
My three: (not in any particular order)
1) Open up the haul road with 1/2 mile either side restriction. This is a 10 mile wide, 800 mile long preserve that we don't need.
2) Allow baiting of grizzlies in predator control area's, and other area's as long as you have a legal tag.
3) Remove the subsistance/tier 1 for Nelchina caribou and have it go random draw for all people, resident or not.
Bonus Rule: Allow Claude Bondy a TMA Sheep tag every year, with a private hunting area of his choosing.
I'll be curious to see what others put down. Don't beat me up about my choices. It's just one man's opinion.