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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 27 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 30. Landing requirements

5 AAC 27.030. Landing requirements

(a) Except as specified in (b) of this section, a herring fishing vessel must land all herring within the registration area in which the herring were taken.

(b) The vessel owner, or the owner's agent, of a herring fishing vessel that desires to land herring in a registration area other than the one from which the herring were taken shall contact in person, or by radio or telephone, a local representative of the department for authorization before leaving the registration area in which the herring were taken and shall submit to a vessel inspection at a location specified by the representative. A vessel landing herring under an authorization granted under this subsection may not, at the time of landing its catch, have more herring on board than were present at the time of the inspection. The vessel owner, or the owner's agent, making radio or telephone contact shall state to the representative the amount of herring on board at the time of contact. A vessel authorized to land herring in another registration area may not land in the other registration area an amount of herring that, by weight, exceeds by 10 percent, whether more or less, the amount stated at the time of the contact with the department's local representative.

(c) The commissioner may suspend and reinstate any requirement of (b) of this section for a particular registration area if the commissioner finds that to do so would be in the public interest.

History: In effect before 1982; am 4/14/82, Register 82; am 5/31/98, Register 146

Authority: AS 16.05.020

AS 16.05.251


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