I am totaly mystified as to why hunters in Alaska would be against new developed roads in Alaska. I have been here in Alaska since the late 70s and all i have seen is more and more people competing for the same amount of road accessable areas. Granted with the error of 4 wheelers and 6 wheelers and not the little 3 wheelers we can explore more, but is that the answer? I see people write that they do not wish to see the state criss crossed with roads like the lower 48, do they really know how remote our state is? Just think at one time we had no roads to Homer or to Fairbanks! Would a developed system to Magrath, Cordova, or even possibly towrds Bristol Bay be so bad? I think it would not spoil our state but rather open up more areas and assist the current areas from being over crowded and spoiled. One would think that if you spread the current amount of people out on a bigger area then the destruction due to over use would be slowed down. Look at the Keni! granted we are fixing the destroyed habitat, but why not expand so that the bottle neck is spread around and possibly limited. I am curious to others points of view on this subject. My opinion is we will not destroy our hunting and fishing with continued proper development but rather help make it better and help improve the current crowded conditions. Opinion?