To Subsistence 2
From: Larry Roberts:R10F02A
Postmark: Feb 24,94 9:02 AM Delivered: Feb 25,94 10:04 AM
Status: Previously read
Subject: Subsistence News‑2/25/94
*The Southeast Regional Advisory Council (RAC) met in Juneau, February 3‑5, 1994.
*The southeast RAC dealt with 17 separate 1994‑95 Season and Bag limit proposals. Successful proposals are forwarded to the Federal Subsistence Board (FSB) for action.
*Testimony before the RAC was presented by rural subsistence users, as well as representatives from Federal and State agencies.
*The Federal Subsistence Board is scheduled to meet in Anchorage, April 11‑15, to act on the various proposals from throughout the ten RAC’s.
*Some of the proposals forwarded to the FSB include: a Yakutat community harvest of 10 cow moose; establish transferrable permits; and allow 1 Brown bear every year.
*Additional proposals from the southeast RAC include: elimination of the boating restriction within portions of the southeast Alaska region; Allow for proxy hunting in some areas; and opening subsistence moose hunting throughout the central portion of southeast Alaska.