There are several opportunities for public involvement in management of Arctic grayling fisheries in Alaska. You can attend local fish and game advisory committee meetings and Alaska Board of Fish meetings. The Board of Fish accepts and considers regulatory proposals from all interested people and entities. You can contact the local area management biologist to ask questions and voice your concerns. Finally, all research publications by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are available at area offices and online.
All anglers can contribute to responsible use of the public resource by following regulations, participating harvest surveys, and reporting illegal activities.