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    Last week I asked a question on finding a Air Cargo shipper to fly in some gear.

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    Homerdave posted:

    "i heard they all have an agreement with the locals to keep other folks out.
    gosh, too bad.:-( "
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    This created negative posts directed against a rural resident family.

    After several phone calls to Air Cargo shippers in the Fairbanks area.
    I am very happy to report, NO SUCH AGREEMENT EXISTS.

    The rural resident family did nothing to deserve what was said about them.

    I have no doubt if the truth was know early that nothing would have been said. They were only reponding to dave post.

    I feel with all the negativity going around on the Hunting Form, I have a responsibility to the family to let you know the truth.

    Tom

  • #2
    That is good news.

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    • #3
      Does that mean I won't be getting my own section of river with exclusive hunting rights? I actually have to share the country with any other legal user?
      Homerdave, is there anything you can do about this?
      I can't help being a lazy, dumb, weekend warrior.......I have a JOB!
      I have less friends now!!

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      • #4
        these things do happen

        I visited with the federal game officer in King Salmon a few years ago about floating down the Kejulik river (not sure of the spelling as I have no map infront of me ) .. He told me that the Registered guide in that area discourages anyone but himself on the river. He puts up fake camps, along the river to disuade those that fly over. and if you do come in, he buzzes you with his jet boat.
        It was all true. but I never had words with the man, and my trip went off without a hitch. I left him a note in one of his fake tents that I appreciated him setting it up for us to use.
        LOL...
        When you come to a fork in the trail, take it!

        Rentals for Canoes, Kayaks, Rafts, boats serving the Kenai canoe trail system and the Kenai river for over 15 years. www.alaskacanoetrips.com

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        • #5
          Kejulik River

          Originally posted by Alaskacanoe
          I visited with the federal game officer in King Salmon a few years ago about floating down the Kejulik river (not sure of the spelling as I have no map infront of me ) .. He told me that the Registered guide in that area discourages anyone but himself on the river. He puts up fake camps, along the river to disuade those that fly over. and if you do come in, he buzzes you with his jet boat.
          It was all true. but I never had words with the man, and my trip went off without a hitch. I left him a note in one of his fake tents that I appreciated him setting it up for us to use.
          LOL...
          Hmmm... Betcha I get a phone call. I did a writeup on the Kejulik. Hey, I know! Maybe I can get some more info on it from him, you think?

          :-))

          I have little patience for things like this.


          -Mike
          Last edited by Michael Strahan; 05-11-2006, 08:26.
          Michael Strahan
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          • #6
            And the officer let him get away with that stuff? I know maybe the fake camps he can't do anything about but the buzzing with the jetboat is harrassement.

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            • #7
              Oh, I'm sure there is, MT...

              Originally posted by martentrapper
              ...Homerdave, is there anything you can do about this?
              MT,

              Why dontcha drop him a PM? I'll bet there are all sorts of things he can do about "this".

              :-O

              -Mike
              Michael Strahan
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              Alaska Hunt Consultant
              1 (907) 229-4501

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              • #8
                new guide law

                looks like under the new guide law changes that will go into effect on Jan 1 '07 .... it will be illeagle to set up an unoccupied camp, or a camp to discourage other hunters, type stuff.
                johnnie laird

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                • #9
                  Did those proposals pass?

                  Originally posted by muskeg
                  looks like under the new guide law changes that will go into effect on Jan 1 '07 .... it will be illeagle to set up an unoccupied camp, or a camp to discourage other hunters, type stuff.
                  Hey Johnnie,

                  I saw that in the proposals, but haven't been looking in a while. Did that pass?

                  -Mike
                  Michael Strahan
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                  Alaska Hunt Consultant
                  1 (907) 229-4501

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                  • #10
                    Kejulik has many bears

                    That was a very tense trip due to the amount of Bears along the river. I was after moose, and so once we got a moose in the boat, we ended up fighting a couple of bears the first night. There is not a tree over 10 ft tall so hanging meat out of range is impossible. We were up all night, so at first light we loaded the raft and headed for the barn.
                    When you come to a fork in the trail, take it!

                    Rentals for Canoes, Kayaks, Rafts, boats serving the Kenai canoe trail system and the Kenai river for over 15 years. www.alaskacanoetrips.com

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