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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 9 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 301. Seaward boundary of districts

5 AAC 09.301. Seaward boundary of districts

For the purpose of managing the historical salmon net fishery in the vicinity of False Pass and Unimak Bight, the outer boundary of the Southwestern and Unimak Districts is a line drawn three miles seaward from a line commencing at 54ΓΈ 26.70' N. lat., 162ΓΈ 53.00' W. long., near the western end of Sanak Island to Cape Lutke on Unimak Island. The seaward boundary of all other districts is a line three miles seaward of the baseline, as described in 5 AAC 39.975(13) .

History: In effect before 1988; am 6/2/88, Register 106; am 5/31/98, Register 146

Authority: AS 16.05.251

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