What is the problem you would like the Board to address?
Transporters, air taxi's or flying guides who are contracted or hired by the state to do big game aerial surveys are using the information gathered by these surveys to benefit there businesses.
What will happen if this problem is not solved?
Game will continue to be harvested at greater numbers by these users. ADF&G hires them, then you guess it, they turn around and fly hunters guided and un-guided right into the areas they where hired to do game counts...
Your and my money paid for this flying and then they use it to get there hunters on game and make money on our resources that are already critically low in numbers. Not a good practice when trying to manage a game population.
What solution do you prefer? In other words, if the Board adopted you solution, what would the new regulation say?
Transporters, air taxi's or flying guides who are contracted or hired by the state to do big game aerial surveys cannot conduct any commercial related activities in that GMU for 2 years.
Solutions to difficult problems benefit some people and hurt other:
A. Who is likely to benefit if your solution is adopted?
Everyone would benefit.
B. Who is likely to suffer if your solution is adopted?
ADF&G will have to hire someone that is not in the hunting industry when they need to do an aerial survey.
List any other solutions you considered and why you rejected them.