Millions of Acres Closed to Hunting in Alaska | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 11)
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Marcus is back from a week of a vacationing and chasing turkeys with his dad. Michael is up to 56 days of fishing now and this week's office lunch consists of carnita style turkey tacos.
A few news headlines include desert bighorn predation via mountain lions potentially being affected by fire suppression. Clarification from the Forest Service on where E-Bikes are allowed. Selling federal public land for housing developments. Montana's glitch in the deer and elk draw.
For the deeper dive Randy and Marcus discus the closure of millions of acres of land to non-subsistence hunters in Alaska and talk about how ANILCA (Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act) came to be and how it dictates federal laws of wild game hunting.
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