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(a) The Alaska Board of Fisheries (board) finds that the following fish stocks are customarily and traditionally taken or used for subsistence:
(1) king, summer chum, fall chum, coho, and pink salmon in the Yukon-Northern Area;
(2) freshwater fish species, including sheefish, whitefish, lamprey, burbot, sucker, grayling, pike, and char;
(3) herring and herring roe, within 20 miles of the coast between the terminus of the Black River and the westernmost point of the Naskonat Peninsula; and
(4) all finfish other than salmon and herring, in the salt waters of the Yukon-Northern Area.
(b) The board finds that in the Yukon-Northern Area the following amounts of fish are reasonably necessary for subsistence uses:
(1) king salmon: 45,500 - 66,704;
(2) summer chum salmon: 83,500 - 142,192;
(3) fall chum salmon: 89,500 - 167,900;
(4) coho salmon: 20,500 - 51,980.
History: Eff. 5/15/93, Register 126; am 6/10/98, Register 146; am 6/17/2001, Register 158; am 5/19/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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