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The Kodiak Area includes all waters of Alaska south of a line extending from Cape Douglas (58ΓΈ 51.10' N. lat.,), west of 150ΓΈ W. long., north of 55ΓΈ 30.00' N. lat., and north and east of a line extending 135ΓΈ southeast for three miles from a point near Kilokak Rocks at 57ΓΈ 10.34' N. lat., 156ΓΈ 20.22' W. long. (the longitude of the southern entrance of Imuya Bay), then due south.
History: In effect before 1988; am 6/15/96, Register 138; am 5/29/99, Register 150
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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