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The holder of a valid CFEC interim use or limited entry permit may take but may not sell herring for use as bait in the commercial fishery for which the permit is held as follows:
(1) herring may only be taken under the authority of a herring bait fishing permit issued by the commissioner or the commissioner's designee;
(2) herring may only be taken by gillnet or purse seine gear;
(3) from April 12 through July 3, a vessel, crew member, or permit holder that participates in the Kodiak commercial herring sac roe fishery may not take herring under this section in the Kodiak Area;
(4) person may not take more than 500 pounds of herring in a calendar year.
History: Eff. 5/4/2002, Register 162
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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