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(a) Each drift gillnet in operation must have at each end a bright 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, as well as the initials of the operator.
(b) Each set gillnet in operation must be identified as required by 5 AAC 39.280.
History: In effect before 1988; am 6/22/88, Register 106
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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