Maybe a good idea, if you want to find out what is going on.
It is an excerpt of an email I received today.
"Upper level staff with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game have agreed to a public meeting at 6:00 pm Monday May 18, 2009 at the Public Safety Building on the corner of Swanson and Lucille in Wasilla. The Purpose of this meeting is to discuss how ADF&G plans to manage Upper Cook Inlet salmon fisheries during the 2009 season (both commercial and sport fisheries) in regard to poor king salmon returns to the Deshka River and Alexander Creek, and poor sockeye salmon escapements in recent years to the Yentna/Susitna River system and Fish Creek. There will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions. We would like to see you at this meeting supporting management aimed at allowing more salmon to return to Northern Cook Inlet area streams, but in the event that you can not attend, it would be appreciated if you passed this notice on to other people concerned about achieving adequate numbers of salmon passing into Northern Cook Inlet streams for both spawning escapements and to allow viable subsistence, personal use, and sport fisheries."