Here's a funny (or not so funny, depending on how you look at it) story posted on the website of The Alaska Dispatch. Alaskan fishing guides are required by law to submit logbooks to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game every year so their catches can be tracked. Matthew Terry, an Alabama resident who guides on the Kasilof River during the summer, decided to spice up his catch report a bit noting that besides loads of salmon, he also boated a bluefin tuna, "jack" beluga whale, a blue whale, and last but not least, a chupacabra (below). Mildly amusing, right? Yeah, the Alaska Wildlife Troopers didn't think so. Question is, did Terry make a boo-boo really worthy of punishment, or do Alaska Wildlife Troopers just have zero sense of humor?