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(a) The Alaska Board of Fisheries (board) finds that salmon and finfish other than salmon are customarily and traditionally taken or used for subsistence in the Chignik Area.
(b) The board finds that the following amounts of salmon and other finfish are reasonably necessary for subsistence uses in the following locations:
(1) in the Perryville and Western Districts, combined:
(A) 1,400 - 2,600 coho salmon;
(B) 1,400 - 2,600 salmon, other than coho salmon;
(2) in the Chignik Bay, Central, and Eastern Districts, combined:
(A) 5,200 - 9,600 early-run sockeye salmon;
(B) 2,000 - 3,800 late-run sockeye salmon;
(C) 100 - 150 king salmon;
(D) 400 - 700 salmon, other than sockeye and king salmon;
(3) in the Chignik Area:
(A) 200 - 300 rainbow/steelhead trout;
(B) 15,200 - 22,800 pounds of usable weight of finfish, other than salmon.
History: Eff. 5/13/93, Register 126; am 5/4/2002, Register 162
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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