The Last Frontier State boasts over 563,000 hunters and anglers, spending $1.16 billion annually and supporting 15,942 jobs. Working with CSF in a coordinated effort to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions in Alaska are three members of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, Governor Bill Walker and the Alaska Legislative Outdoor Heritage Caucus.
For more information on the elected officials protecting and promoting the sportsmen’s traditions in Alaska please contact Northwest States Manager Zach Widner.
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus
Alaska Members — Your representatives in Congress.
Governor Bill Walker
Governors Sportsmen's Caucus Member
A network of pro-sportsmen governors who work to advance the sportsmen's agenda
Alaska Legislative Outdoor Heritage Caucus
Caucus Leadership — Your local representatives in state government
Representative Wes Keller
Senator Bill Stoltze, Co-Chair
Senator Donald Olson, Vice-Chair
Representative Geran Tarr, Vice-Chair
Alaska S 61Apr 19
Relates to the Izembek State Game Refuge, Cape Newenham State Game Refuge, Palmer Hay Flats…
Alaska H 201Apr 19
Relates to municipal regulation of trapping.
- Alaska H 177Mar 16
- Alaska H 154Mar 8
- Alaska SR 4Feb 28
- Alaska S 60Feb 22
- Alaska H 130Feb 22
- Alaska H 129Feb 22
- Alaska H 211Apr 10 View more legislative alerts »
- U.S. House Votes to Restore Alaska’s State Wildlife Management AuthorityFeb 16
- Alaska: CSF Fisheries Director Participates in Kenai Classic Sportfishing Policy RoundtableAug 25
- Alaska: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Alaska Predator Management RuleAug 11 View more media alerts »
Reports and Data
Your opinion counts
Who do you think should have management authority over coastal fisheries out to 200-nautical miles?Vote Here
- The federal government (17.14%)
- The states that comprise the coastal areas that make up specific fisheries should co-manage the resource (60.00%)
- Maintain status quo of mixed state and federal management, depending on distance from shore (22.86%)