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In the subsistence taking of king crab
(1) in waters south of 60ΓΈ N. lat., the daily bag and possession limit is six crab per person, and only male crab may be taken;
(2) all crab pots used for subsistence fishing and left in salt water unattended longer than a two-week period shall have all bait and bait containers removed and all doors secured fully open;
(3) in the Norton Sound Section of the Northern District, a subsistence fishing permit is required and may be obtained from a local representative of the department;
(4) in waters south of 60ΓΈ N. lat., king crab may be taken only from June 1 through January 31.
History: In effect before 1984; am 6/30/84, Register 90; readopt 5/15/93, Register 126; am 12/1/2004, Register 172
Authority: AS 16.05.251
Editor's note: At its February 23 - 27, 1993 meeting, the Board of Fisheries readopted 5 AAC 02.620 in its entirety without change, under ch. 1, SSSLA 1992 (the 1992 subsistence law), which repealed and reenacted AS 16.05.258 .
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