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  • #16
    Wonder how many people will be running baited tip ups. Can almost guarantee bloody ice with them.


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    • #17
      Originally posted by Akhardwater View Post
      For the record lake Louise lodge has absolutely nothing to do with this event and they do not support it in any way shape or form.
      For the record that is completly true this seems to be only a point lodge event, in a message to me the point lodge wrote that they looked forward to my support, I wrote back and let them know that they would not have my support or a sizable portion of the fishing community, they responded by sending a thumbs up.

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      • #18
        Think I might have to make a trip up there and have a few words with these new owners.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by iyouktug View Post
          Think I might have to make a trip up there and have a few words with these new owners.


          there was a test on survival rates for bait caught trout and that alone dropped the survival rate down to the mid 60%. From what I have been able to find out the other businesses in the area are not for this event In any way. I truly hope the ice fishing community stay away from this event.


          Air time is bad. One study by R.A. Ferguson and B.L. Tufts looked at the amount of time a fish is exposed to air after caught, and discovered that every second literally counts. Fish that were exercised but released without being held out of the water had a survival rate of 88 percent. But with 30 seconds air exposure, that dropped to 62 percent, and at one minute, it was a mere 28 percent. Makes sense. Imagine running a few laps around the track, and then dunking your head in a bucket of water. Think about those numbers when you go to take that photograph of the big trout you just landed. Try to keep those shots to 10 seconds or less, if at all possible.

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          • #20
            where i used to live i could catch white marlin, dolphin,tuna right from my dock!
            after the fishing tourneys,all dead on the outgoing tide.
            can't stand tourneys

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            • #21
              Originally posted by hunter1951 View Post
              I truly hope the ice fishing community stay away from this event.



              Then I suggest a number of you get vocal and let the uneducated masses know entirely what is at stake....
              Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 4merguide View Post



                Then I suggest a number of you get vocal and let the uneducated masses know entirely what is at stake....

                Thank you you for the response, the first thing is to let people know what is going on and I believe that is happening, I did a little research and there are states that have outlawed catch and release fishing events because of the mortality rate. I could post the contact information for the people promoting the event if there is a interest.

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                • #23
                  It would a good thing for individuals to get in touch with the Board of Fisheries with their concerns. They are also accepting fish proposals until April 10th.
                  How about No fishing contests allowed on Lake Louise/Susitna and Crosswind Lake.




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                  • #24
                    Yes, I am completly for that, I am all in for no fishing events on the lakes,

                    i have been been doing some research concerning the connection with the 501c3 Healing Hearts and the point lodge, It is my opinion that healing hearts and the lodge are connected at the hip, if you look at the flyer it says that cabela's and the sportmans warehouse are sponsoring the event, the only thing is the director for healing hearts also manages Cabela's as well as was the past manager for the sportmans warehouse, if you want to look up some information about healing hearts Google healing hearts of Alaska form 990 filing, it is also my opinion that the non profit supplies the people using state grants hires the lodge for room and meals and a guided fishing trip that way everybody makes money, again these are my opinions you will need to do some research to come up with your own. In the end the limited resources on the lake are being used up at the expense of the causal user.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by hunter1951 View Post
                      Yes, I am completly for that, I am all in for no fishing events on the lakes,

                      i have been been doing some research concerning the connection with the 501c3 Healing Hearts and the point lodge, It is my opinion that healing hearts and the lodge are connected at the hip, if you look at the flyer it says that cabela's and the sportmans warehouse are sponsoring the event, the only thing is the director for healing hearts also manages Cabela's as well as was the past manager for the sportmans warehouse, if you want to look up some information about healing hearts Google healing hearts of Alaska form 990 filing, it is also my opinion that the non profit supplies the people using state grants hires the lodge for room and meals and a guided fishing trip that way everybody makes money, again these are my opinions you will need to do some research to come up with your own. In the end the limited resources on the lake are being used up at the expense of the causal user.
                      ok I want to make a correction the business names are listed not as sponsors, but they at least give you the impression that they are

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                      • #26
                        As to the BOF process, if you look at the subjects and areas covered in the call for proposals you will see that the lake Louise area is not in this cycle the only possible approach would be to make a statewide proposal that would be all inclusive.


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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by homerdave View Post
                          As to the BOF process, if you look at the subjects and areas covered in the call for proposals you will see that the lake Louise area is not in this cycle the only possible approach would be to make a statewide proposal that would be all inclusive.


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                          here is a link where healing hearts was requesting a grant to purchase a lodge, my guess they ended up buying the point lodge, if that is the case we have only seen the tip of the iceberg as far as fishing pressure on the surrounding lakes.

                          https://www.omb.alaska.gov/ombfiles/.../proj59091.pdf

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                          • #28
                            So if the tournament is open to the Healing Hearts program, are the fishermen going to be veterans with disabilities only? Or, open to the public?

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                            • #29
                              I think drawing up a statewide proposal to ban tournaments on all natural lakes is a big step in the right direction. I believe the mat su game and fish commission is meeting at the end of February and it probably would be a good place to start by bringing this event to their attention with our concerns. I think by banding together as a community we have a good shot at putting a stop to this thing before it even starts. Getting the support from the Facebook goons could be difficult.

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                              • #30
                                I believe it is open to everyone except me for some reason. Donít ask me why because frankly I donít care. They are also promoting the use of atvs to encourage more participation. We all know what a 4-wheeler on a groomed trail in the afternoon sun can do.

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