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Salmon may not be taken in the following waters:
(1) Acharon Channel of the south mouth area of the Yukon River west of a two and one-half nautical-mile long line bearing 285ΓΈ from an ADF&G regulatory marker located below Chris Point to the opposite side of the channel; the line may be marked by a series of yellow and green barrels placed by the department between shore markers;
(2) other waters farther than one nautical mile seaward from any grassland bank in District 1;
(3) all waters of the Bering Sea near the mouth of the Black River, except the waters bounded by a line extending seaward from an ADF&G regulatory marker located on the beach approximately one nautical mile south of the mouth of Black River, in a northwestern direction to an ADF&G regulatory marker located one nautical mile offshore, to an ADF&G regulatory marker located approximately two nautical miles to the northeast and approximately one nautical mile offshore, to a point one nautical mile north of the mouth of Black River;
(4) waters of the Andreafsky River upstream of a line between ADF&G regulatory markers placed on each side of the river at its mouth;
(5) Tanana River upstream of the downstream edge of the mouth of the Chena River;
(6) tributaries of the Yukon and Tanana Rivers;
(7) all other waters of the Yukon Area except those waters described in 5 AAC 05.200;
(8) waters of the Anvik River upstream of a line between department regulatory markers placed on each side of the river at its mouth;
(9) waters east of a one-nautical-mile radius from a U.S. Coast Guard light at the mouth of Apoon Pass;
(10) the Northern District as described in 5 AAC 05.200(g) .
History: In effect before 1982; am 4/14/82, Register 82; am 7/16/92, Register 123; am 7/3/94, Register 130; am 6/17/2001, Register 158
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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