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(a) The Alaska Board of Fisheries (board) finds that king crab, Tanner crab, Dungeness crab, and miscellaneous shellfish are customarily and traditionally used for subsistence in the Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Islands Area.
(b) The board finds that 1,200 - 7,400 king crab are reasonably necessary for subsistence uses in the Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Islands Area, which includes 800 - 6,000 king crab within the waters west of the longitude of Scotch Cap Light (166ΓΈ 44' W. long.) and east of 168ΓΈ W. long.
(c) The board finds that 4,200 - 16,200 Tanner crab are reasonably necessary for subsistence uses in the Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Islands Area, which includes 1,500 - 8,000 Tanner crab within the waters west of the longitude of Scotch Cap Light (166ΓΈ 44' W. long.) and east of 168ΓΈ W. long.
(d) The board finds that 22,000 - 68,000 pounds of usable weight of Dungeness crab and miscellaneous shellfish is reasonably necessary for subsistence purposes in the Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Island Area and that portion of the Kodiak Area described in 5 AAC 02.466(a) (2), combined.
History: Eff. 8/8/99, Register 151; am 7/5/2000, Register 155
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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