Alaska is the mecca of the Hunting and Fishing world?
After all, it offers no snakes, gators, doves, quail, whitetailed deer, carp, catfish, lions, bass or hogs whatsoever.
It has a Dept of F&G that has proven over and over again it lacks the ability to manage fish and game, as evidenced by the number of species on limited draws, closed fisheries and relinquished control to Federal Authorities.
Most visitors to Alaska cannot access prime hunting and fishing grounds within a few minutes of their hotels or campsites. More often than not, it requires an extended stay at a remote location, air travel and no amenities, at an absurd cost.
A Yukon Bull Moose, Dall Sheep Ram, Caribou and Grizzly Bear are fun to hunt, but way over rated as being a worthy quarry. None are wary and all are easily taken without the hunting skills, equipment and high tech camo and scent blocking clothes, that even a novice hunter needs/has in their quest for turkey's or whitetailed deer. You just simply walk up them and shoot them, that's it, hardly what most would consider a "hunt".
Perhaps a few will recognize the reality and realize what they have in their own back yards is adequate and stop dreaming of Alaska. Seems to me people down south would be much happier if they wanted less and accepted what they have and not worry so much about what they don't have.