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    Default I am retarded

    I am not very good at searching the internet I get confused. I want to find a uncomplicated explanation of the rules governing transporting for hunting and fishing in the state. Specifically by boat. Also what constitutes guiding for waterfowl and do you have to have a guide license. If any one has researched this before; what was helpful? Thanks.

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    Default to the best of my knowledge...

    and last i heard, you do not need a license to guide for anything except big game.
    of course, that may change...
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    http://www.alaskabackcountryhunters.org/

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    Eatwildgame,

    You aren't retarded; it's a complicated deal trying to figure it all out. Alaska Statute 08.54.650 defines what a transporter can do:
    (b) A transporter may provide transportation services and accommodations to big game hunters in the field at a permanent lodge, house, or cabin owned by the transporter or on a boat with permanent living quarters located on salt water. A transporter may not provide big game hunting services without holding the appropriate license.

    A complicated BGCSB pdf file covers some of the other stuff:
    http://www.dced.state.ak.us/occ/pub/BGCSStatutes.pdf

    The regs for fish-guides are far different. This link may help with questions on that:
    http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/state...s/GRequire.cfm

    Good luck,
    Mark

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    Default Thanks!

    That was helpfull !!! I thought it was so about the guide license, that is good news, now of to learn about 6 pax lisence.

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    Default to guide water fowl

    A water fowl guide does have to be registered ...

    http://www.wildlife.alaska.gov/hunt_...k/wfguides.pdf

    This registry requirement is been going now for like 3 years.
    This is probably the ground work for licensing in the future.

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    Wink yes i agree

    You are mentally challenged. But thatís ok, I am sure that lots of folks would like to go out with a mentally challenged guide. Just kidding there little buddy. But maybe you ought to to start with driving the Short Bus. See you on the water, I will be the one with all the birds funneling towards him. Watch your top knot!
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