.....That Alaska is the only state in the union of fifty that;
Has un-inhabited wilderness areas?
Isn't entirely paved and made into a metropolis?
In which people own guns?
In which people carry guns?
In which people own land?
That has a F&G department that successfully manages wildlife populations?
I have established a residence in eleven different states, including Alaska. I have owned and carried guns in all those states and hunted in each state as well. I've also hunted in at least a dozen other states as a non resident. In each state, game laws and gun laws were essentially the same. There are a few exceptions now as some states are much more restrictive about guns and hunting but not much different from Alaska laws.
Where I now live, local schools close for the first week of deer season to allow students who desire to do so, to help harvest the family venison. Other states do have regulated seasons and don't allow the senseless slaughter of herds of animals and all must be hunted fair chase, during daylight hours. I hunt on my own 200 acres and neighboring farm land, and invite my neighbors to hunt with me. My kids and grandkids hunt with me as well. How many Alaskans own 200 acres of land?
I wonder just how many Alaska residents, that comment so freely about the hunting laws in other states, have actually hunted outside Alaska. I'm sure you're all proud of your state, but I'm here to tell you, there are other places just as wild and free, not as big, but here just the same.