Wanted to point out an observation we saw at the ramp this past weekend. Not much space to turn around with truck and trailer as always. I will add..that everyone was pretty courtious in most part in getting in and out as quickly as possible. Its not a place to pull your boat up, back the truck down and then start cleaning fish..please try to keep it as open as possible.
kudos to all that moved quickly...heard a few tail lights got smashed due to rushing..
In regards to the slough....it is pretty obvious that this time of year there are many canoes, layout boats and other small watercraft traveling the area. If you operate a larger boat/motor. This is the time to be aware of your wake and ensure you do not swamp the smaller craft.
A duckhunter coming back down the slough was almost swamped by an either inconsiderate or inexperienced operator last Monday. It only takes a few mins if that..idle down.
AWA is growing and we are excited about that. If you see the AWA door stickers...stop me, lets chat if your a member or not. I want to hear your ideas and concerns in regards to Waterfowling, projects, conservation etc. We need more members and a voice for waterfowlers across Alaska.
I usually have brochures or hats and decals for sale if interested.
Thanks for all the support.