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(a) The department shall manage the commercial, sport, and subsistence fisheries in Spiridon Bay to provide for full use of the enhanced stock of sockeye salmon returning to Spiridon Lake.
(b) The purpose of the Spiridon Bay harvest strategy is to allow the orderly harvest of sockeye salmon returning to Telrod Cove from the Spiridon Lake enhancement project while providing adequate protection for local natural salmon stocks returning to other streams of the bay. The intent of the enhancement project is for the harvest of returning enhanced salmon to occur in traditional commercial fishing areas of the Northwest Kodiak District during openings directed at harvesting Karluk sockeye and westside pink and chum salmon stocks.
(c) The Spiridon Bay Special Harvest Area consists of all waters of Telrod Cove north of a line extending from Stream Point at 57ΓΈ 39.00' N. lat., 153ΓΈ 38.50' W. long., to a point at 57ΓΈ 38.80' N. lat., 153ΓΈ 37.70' W. long.
(d) Only purse seines and beach seines may be operated in the Spiridon Bay Special Harvest Area.
(e) Repealed 3/16/96.
History: Eff. 4/14/93, Register 126; am 3/16/96, Register 137; am 6/15/96, Register 138; am 5/4/2002, Register 162; am 4/9/2005, Register 174
Authority: AS 16.05.060
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