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(a) The department, in consultation with the hatchery operator, shall manage the Cannery Creek Subdistrict to achieve the Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation's escapement goal for the Cannery Creek Salmon Hatchery.
(b) Notwithstanding 5 AAC 24.320 and 5 AAC 24.330, and except as otherwise provided by emergency order, a corporation holding a permit under AS 16.10.400 for the Cannery Creek Salmon Hatchery, and an agent, contractor, or employee of that corporation who is authorized under 5 AAC 40.005(g) , may harvest salmon within the Cannery Creek Hatchery Special Harvest Area from 6:00 a.m. July 7 through 6:00 p.m. September 15, using purse seines, hand purse seines, and beach seines.
(c) The Cannery Creek Hatchery harvest areas are as follows:
(1) Cannery Creek Terminal Harvest Area: the waters of Unakwik Inlet in the Northern District north and east of a line from 6lÃ¸ 00.97' N. lat., 147Ã¸ 33.12' W. long. southward to a point on the shore at 60Ã¸ 59.79' N. lat., l47Ã¸ 32.40' W. long., excluding the Cannery Creek Hatchery Special Harvest Area;
(2) Cannery Creek Special Harvest Area: the waters of Unakwik Inlet in the Northern District north and east of a line from 6lÃ¸ 00.97' N. lat., l47Ã¸ 32.62' W. long. southward to a point on the shore at 60Ã¸ 59.96' N. lat., l47Ã¸ 31.48' W. long.
History: Eff. 5/11/2003, Register 166
Authority: AS 16.05.060
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