Obviously quite a bit of talk lately on sheep numbers, sheep hunting, improvements, etc.
I'm curious what changes, if any, would be supported by the members of the forums to improve sheep hunting in Alaska. I'd like to say these ideas are all mine, but....I've just taken these from reading other posts, publications from F&G, etc.
If you pick, "other" or "some combination of the choices", make sure to discuss in a comment.
My thought here is not what is good for any particular individual or group of people, but what would benefit the sport of sheep hunting the most. For me, as an Alaskan, I think that the first priority for sheep hunting should go to residents. If there are enough opportunities for other to be involved, then let the non-residents have at it. Personally, I think there are enough sheep to allow for at least a limited number of non-residents to hunt sheep.
Well, let's hear what you have to say on it.