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(a) Each drift gillnet in operation must have
(1) at each end, except an end attached to the vessel operating the gear, a red keg, buoy, or cluster of floats plainly and legibly marked with the permanent vessel license plate (ADF&G) number of the vessel operating the gear in permanent symbols at least four inches high with lines at least one-half inch wide in a color that contrasts with the background; and
(2) at least one cork every 10 fathoms along the cork line that is plainly and legibly marked with the permanent vessel license plate (ADF&G) number of the vessel operating the gear.
(b) Repealed 4/30/91.
(c) The operator of a set gillnet that employs an anchor, peg, stake, or other device to fasten the net at its outermost extremity shall mark the location of the device with a red buoy and a white buoy at all times from June 1 through August 31. From September 1 through September 30 the marking requirements need to be complied with only while the set gillnet is in operation. The buoys must be plainly and legibly marked with the operator's five digit CFEC permit number. From the mouth of Pile Driver Creek at approximately 58ΓΈ 54.00' N. lat., 158ΓΈ 29.75' W. long., south to the cannery dock at Clark's Point, set gillnet anchoring devices do not need to be marked unless the set gillnet is in operation. Each set gillnet in operation must have at least one cork every 10 fathoms along the cork line that is plainly and legibly marked with the operator's five digit CFEC permit number.
History: In effect before 1985; am 5/11/85, Register 94; am 4/30/91, Register 118; am 6/19/92, Register 122; am 5/14/98, Register 146; am 6/22/2001, Register 158
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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