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(a) Repealed 7/16/92.
(b) Kotzebue District: all waters of Alaska between the latitude of the westernmost tip of Point Hope and the latitude of the westernmost tip of Cape Prince of Wales, including those waters draining into the Chukchi Sea.
(1) Subdistrict 1: all waters east of a line from the terminus of the Tukrok River to an ADF&G regulatory marker located approximately one mile offshore to a point approximately one mile off Cape Blossom to an ADF&G regulatory marker located approximately two miles off Riley Wreck to an ADF&G regulatory marker located on the west bank of Riley Creek at 66ΓΈ 43' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 19' W. long., and west of a line from a point one mile offshore from an ADF&G regulatory marker located on the north shore of Hotham Inlet at 67ΓΈ 02' N. lat., 161ΓΈ 59' W. long. to a point one mile offshore from an ADF&G regulatory marker located on the northern shore of the Baldwin Peninsula near the terminus of Singigrachak Creek at 66ΓΈ 09' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 11' W. long.;
(2) Subdistrict 2: waters at the mouth of the Noatak River inside a triangle defined by three points: the first point is located at the outlet of a small slough on the east side of the Noatak River 66ΓΈ 59.68' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 20.75' W. long.; the second point is located at 66ΓΈ 58.30' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 30.50' W. long. on the mud bar forming the western bank of the Noatak River; the third and southern point of the triangle is located on that same mud bar, in line with the tip of Pipe Spit and Lockhart Point at 66ΓΈ 57.20' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 30.80' W. long.;
(3) Subdistrict 3: all remaining waters in the Kotzebue District.
History: In effect before 1985; am 5/11/85, Register 94; am 4/2/88, Register 105; am 7/26/90, Register 115; am 7/16/92, Register 123; am 3/30/95, Register 133; am 6/10/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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