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(a) In addition to the requirements of 5 AAC 39.130(g) , each buyer, buyer's agent, or fisherman who has arranged for the tendering of the fisherman's own catch, operating in the Southern, Kamishak Bay, Barren Island, Outer, and Eastern Districts, shall report in person to, and register with, a local representative of the department before commencing operations. Each buyer, buyer's agent, or fisherman who has arranged for the tendering of the fisherman's own catch shall:
(1) identify and describe all vessels to be employed in transporting or processing herring;
(2) report daily, or as otherwise specified by a local department representative, all herring purchased from fishermen, or other processing records as specified by a department representative; and
(3) submit fully completed fish tickets with accurate and final weight and roe percentages no later than 10 days after termination of buying operations in the area, or as otherwise specified by a local representative of the department.
(b) When herring is taken in the Kamishak District by a CFEC permit holder, each person, buyer, company, firm, or other organization that is the first purchaser of herring, and that is required to record and submit a fish ticket under 5 AAC 39.130(c) shall record on the fish ticket, in addition to the other information required by the ticket, the
(1) on-the-fishing ground weight of herring measured by the most efficient method possible, such as dump boxes, scales, or totes, with weight in tons or pounds; and
(2) estimated roe percentage of the herring as determined by a regular sampling of the catch; the sampling shall test approximately 10 kilograms of herring for each five to 10 tons of herring delivered.
(c) A copy of the fish ticket required under (b) of this section must be provided at the time of delivery to the CFEC permit holder by the person, buyer, company, firm, or other organization that is the first purchaser of herring that is taken in the Kamishak District.
History: Eff. 5/11/85, Register 94; am 6/10/89, Register 110; am 4/22/99, Register 150
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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