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(a) In addition to the marking requirements in 5 AAC 39.119, a documented salmon gillnet fishing vessel registered for the Bristol Bay Area must display its name
(1) in permanent symbols at least six inches high and with lines at least one inch wide which contrast with the background;
(2) on the transom and both sides of the bow above the water line;
(3) in a manner that is plainly visible and unobscured; and
(4) at all times from June 1 through September 30.
(5) If the vessel is not documented, the vessel's permanent license plate ADF&G number must be displayed as described in (1) - (4) of this section.
(b) A CFEC permit holder who operates a salmon set gillnet vessel that is participating in the set gillnet fishery in salmon net gear Registration Area T, described in 5 AAC 39.120(d) , and that has an overall length greater than 14 feet, must display the letters "SN" followed by the five digit CFEC permit serial number of at least one permit holder who operates that vessel. A vessel marked under this subsection is not restricted to operation by the permit holder. The letters and numbers required under this subsection must be displayed
(1) in permanent letters and numerals 12 inches high with lines at least one inch wide;
(2) in a color that contrasts with the background;
(3) on both sides of the hull; and
(4) in a manner that is plainly visible at all times when the vessel is being operated for set gillnet fishing.
History: Eff. 4/2/88, Register 105; am 6/19/92, Register 122; am 4/9/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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