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(a) In District 1, no person may set or operate any part of a set gillnet within 300 feet of any part of another set gillnet.
(b) In District 2, no person may set or operate any part of a set gillnet within 200 feet of any part of another set gillnet.
(c) In Districts 4, 5, and 6, a person may not set or operate commercial fishing gear within 200 feet of other commercial, personal use, or subsistence fishing gear, except as follows:
(1) in District 4 from Old Paradise Village upstream to a point four miles upstream from Anvik there is no minimum distance requirement between fish wheels;
(2) at the site approximately one mile upstream from Ruby on the south bank of the Yukon River between ADF&G regulatory markers containing the area known locally as the "Slide," there is no minimum distance requirement between subsistence gear and commercial gear.
History: In effect before 1982; am 4/14/82, Register 82; am 5/29/93, Register 126; am 6/10/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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