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(a) The owner or operator of a vessel used in the winter food and bait herring fishery must obtain a permit issued by the commissioner. In the permit, the commissioner shall set the date when the permit holder may begin fishing. The date shall occur during a 14-day period following the issuance of the permit. When setting the date under this subsection, the commissioner shall consider the following:
(1) the anticipated harvest effort in the district;
(2) the guideline harvest level established;
(3) the available tender capacity; and
(4) seasonal bait demand.
(b) The permit required under (a) of this section may
(1) establish harvest limits;
(2) specify open fishing areas;
(3) establish reporting requirements; and
(4) set other conditions determined by the commissioner to be necessary for the conservation and management of the resource.
History: Eff. 1/29/98, Register 145; am 4/16/2000, Register 154
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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