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(a) Repealed 6/17/2001.
(b) The following drainages located north of the mainstem Yukon River are closed to subsistence fishing:
(1) Kanuti River upstream from a point five miles downstream of the state highway crossing;
(2) Fish Creek upstream from the mouth of Bonanza Creek;
(3) Bonanza Creek;
(4) Jim River, including Prospect Creek and Douglas Creek;
(5) repealed 5/19/2004;
(6) repealed 5/19/2004;
(7) North Fork of the Chandalar River system upstream from the mouth of Quartz Creek.
(c) Repealed 5/15/93.
(d) Waters of the Tanana River drainage are closed to the subsistence taking of pike between the mouth of the Kantishna River and Delta River at Black Rapids on the Richardson Highway and Cathedral Rapids on the Alaska Highway, except that pike may be taken for subsistence purposes in that portion of the Tolovana River drainage not included in the nonsubsistence area described in 5 AAC 99.015(a) (4).
(e) The Delta River is closed to subsistence fishing
(1) between the mouth of the Delta River and an ADF&G regulatory marker placed two miles upstream from the mouth of the Delta River;
(2) for salmon;
(3) for finfish other than salmon in that portion of the Delta River not included in the nonsubsistence area described in 5 AAC 99.015(a) (4).
(f) Repealed 4/13/80.
(g) The following locations are closed to subsistence fishing:
(1) the following rivers and creeks and within 500 feet of their mouths: Big Salt River and Hess Creek;
(2) repealed 6/7/95;
(3) Deadman, Jan, Fielding, and Two-Mile lakes;
(4) repealed 5/15/93;
(5) repealed 6/7/95.
(h) Repealed 7/16/92.
(i) Fish may not be taken under subsistence fishing regulations in the nonsubsistence area described in 5 AAC 99.015(a) (4).
(j) The Toklat River drainage is closed to subsistence fishing from August 15 through May 15, as specified in 5 AAC 01.248.
History: In effect before 1987; am 5/31/87, Register 102; am 7/26/90, Register 115; am 7/16/92, Register 123; am/readopt 5/15/93, Register 126; am 5/6/94, Register 130; am 3/24/95, Register 133; am 6/7/95, Register 135; am 9/29/95, Register 135; am 5/9/98, Register 146; am 6/17/98, Register 146; am 6/17/2001, Register 158; am 5/19/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 16.05.251
Editor's note: At its February 23 - 27, 1993 meeting, the Board of Fisheries readopted 5 AAC 01.225(a) , (b), (f), and (h) in their entirety without change, under ch. 1, SSSLA 1992 (the 1992 subsistence law), which repealed and reenacted AS 16.05.258 .
5 AAC 01.225 was amended 5/6/94 by emergency regulation. Due to technical corrections made by the regulations attorney in reviewing the "permanent" regulation for filing, the permanent regulation as it was published in Register 131, October 1994, differed from the emergency regulation even though the section's history note did not reflect an amendment.
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