I did not claim, nor imply, that it is.
From the 2014 ADFG pamphlet for Southcentral Alaska...
Freshwater sport fishing: (1) Fish may not be taken in fresh water by means of (a) fixed or weighted hooks and lures (except those of standard manufacture), (b) multiple hooks with gap between point and shank larger than . inch, except as permitted in the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim area, (c) spear, unless permitted by area regulations, or (d) arrow, unless permitted by area regulations;
The only exception permitted in Southcentral AK is northern pike… page 16
Northern pike may be taken by spear, sport fishing gear, ice fishing gear, or by bow and arrow (the arrow must be attached to the bow with a line and the arrow must have a barbed tip).
The exception is repeated here on page 22
• Northern pike may be taken by spear, sport fishing gear, ice fishing gear, or bow and arrow. The arrow must have a barbed tip and be attached to the bow with a line.
You mean this part?
JFC, the vid is titled Spearfishing Salmon Southcentral Alaska. Spearing salmon is NOT legal in Southcentral AK.