I saw something on the fish and game "Homer area report" that the limit for spiny dogfish shark has been raised to five per day and no recording necessary. Can't seem to find details on a Fish and Game E/O or regulation book. Just wondering if it applies to PWS or resurrection bay as well.
I doubt I would ever keep five, but have wanted to keep a few to try in Alaska since I happened to like shark I had tried before and my English friends tell me there was a day when most fish and chips in the U.K. were dogfish shark. I have had friends who tell me that the dogfish (& salmon shark) they have kept here, as long as they were bled, gutted, and iced immediately, were mild tasting fish that was firm almost like swordfish.
Also be interested in what other people think about the eating qualities. Got a freezer full of salmon, halibut, and other goodies. Thought I might try a little variety.