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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 5 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 370. Registration and reregistration

5 AAC 05.370. Registration and reregistration

(a) A CFEC limited entry or interim-use salmon permit holder shall register for a fishing district described in 5 AAC 05.200 as follows:

(1) In Districts 4, 5, and 6, initial district registration is accomplished by indicating on the fish ticket used for the first delivery of the season the district in which the permit holder first took salmon;

(2) in Districts 1, 2, and 3,

(A) through July 15, initial district registration is accomplished by indicating on the fish ticket used for the first delivery of the season the district in which the permit holder first took salmon;

(B) after July 15, in that portion of District 1 not included in the set gillnet only area described in 5 AAC 05.330(a) , and in Districts 2 and 3, initial district registration is accomplished by indicating on the fish ticket used for the first delivery made after July 15 the district in which the permit holder first took salmon.

(b) After initial registration for Districts 1, 2, and 3, a CFEC limited entry or interim-use salmon permit holder may take salmon in another district following reregistration for the district of intended operation. However, the permit holder may not take salmon in any district during the 72-hour period following reregistration. District reregistration is accomplished when the permit holder contacts a local representative of the department and furnishes any information requested to the representative. The reregistration and the 72-hour waiting period begins at the time that notification is received and noted by the department. Only one reregistration is allowed before July 15.

(c) Repealed 6/10/98.

(d) A permit holder who is registered for District 1, 2, or 3, may not take salmon in District 4, 5, or 6.

(e) A permit holder who is registered for District 4, 5, or 6 may not take salmon in another district.

(f) A permit holder may not be registered for more than one district at a time.

(g) Repealed 6/10/98.

(h) Repealed 4/15/81.

(i) A CFEC limited entry or interim-use salmon permit holder may not take salmon in the set gillnet only area described in 5 AAC 05.330(a) after July 15 unless the permit holder is registered for those locations as follows:

(1) a permit holder shall register with the department for the set gillnet only area described in 5 AAC 05.330(a) before the first commercial salmon fishing period that commences after July 15;

(2) after initial registration for the set gillnet only area, a permit holder may take salmon in the remaining locations of District 1, or in Districts 2 or 3 following reregistration; however, the permit holder may not take salmon in any district during the 72-hour period following reregistration; district reregistration is accomplished when the permit holder contacts a local representative of the department and furnishes any information requested to the representative;

(3) after the first commercial salmon fishing period after July 15, a permit holder that is not registered for the set gillnet only area may take salmon in the set gillnet only area only after registration; however, the permit holder may not take salmon in any district during the 72-hour period following the registration; registration is accomplished when the permit holder contacts a local representative of the department and furnishes any information requested to the representative.

History: In effect before 1983; am 4/16/83, Register 86; am 6/30/83, Register 86; am 5/11/85, Register 94; am 7/16/92, Register 123; am 5/29/93, Register 126; am 6/10/98, Register 146

Authority: AS 16.05.251


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