Just saw Fish and Game Biologist and workers go by our house at the mouth of Alexander Creek with four skiffs and an airboat full of tents, gear, and nets. The war on Pike continues. Does any one think it will do any good? The Silvers, Dogs, and Pinks are doing alright here and there are even some good Rainbows and Grayling in the fall but no Kings. I think the sport fishing pressure on this creek for many years is the main reason, followed by Pike, commercial fishing and bycatch, too many seals running around in no particular order. What do you think?