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(a) A person may take wild herring spawn on kelp (not in pounds) without a permit issued by the commissioner and only under the following conditions:
(1) herring spawn may not be taken on imported or transplanted aquatic plants or on any other substrate, except for kelp in its natural occurring state;
(2) kelp plants may be taken only by a handheld, unpowered blade cutting device;
(3) except for fucus and hair kelp, kelp plant blades must be cut at least four inches above the stipe (stem);
(4) kelp plants used to take herring spawn may not be suspended from lines, frames, or other man-made devices.
(b) Repealed 9/17/94.
(c) A person participating in the wild herring spawn-on-kelp fishery shall indicate, on a fish ticket at the time of landing, harvested spawn on kelp that is not sold, including harvested spawn on kelp that has been discarded.
(d) A buyer of wild herring spawn on kelp shall indicate, on a fish ticket at the time of delivery, wild herring spawn on kelp that was delivered to but not purchased by the buyer.
History: In effect before 1982; am 4/14/82, Register 82; am 5/11/85, Register 94; am 9/17/94, Register 131
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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