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(a) The special provisions in this section for subsistence finfish fishing in the Alaska Peninsula Area apply as follows:
(1) in Mortensens Lagoon
(A) a gillnet may not exceed 15 fathoms in length;
(B) no more than 50 salmon may be taken per permit;
(2) in the False Pass vicinity, in those waters bounded by the latitude of Whirl Point (54ΓΈ 49.50' N. lat.) and the latitude of Morzhovoi Village (54ΓΈ 54.58' N. lat.), a gillnet may not exceed 50 fathoms in length;
(3) in the fresh waters of Bear River, upstream of the confluence of the Milky River, also known as the Mad Sow River, salmon may be taken only with the gear specified on the subsistence fishing permit;
(4) in the fresh waters of Sandy River, upstream from the Sandy River aircraft landing strip located at 56ΓΈ 13.70' N. lat., 160ΓΈ 13.55' W. long., which is approximately five miles east of the stream terminus, salmon may be taken only with the gear specified on the subsistence fishing permit.
(b) In the Alaska Peninsula Area the commissioner may close, by emergency order, the subsistence fishing season and immediately reopen a season during which different or additional conditions apply to provide more opportunity for subsistence fishing or to protect the fishery resource.
History: Eff. 6/4/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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