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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 27 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 834. Togiak District Herring Spawn on Kelp Management Plan

5 AAC 27.834. Togiak District Herring Spawn on Kelp Management Plan

(a) The Togiak District herring spawn on kelp harvest may not exceed 350,000 pounds. A spawn on kelp harvest of 350,000 pounds is equivalent to the production from 1,500 short tons of herring. The biomass of herring that produces the equivalent of the spawn on kelp harvest must be included in the calculation of the exploitation rate on the herring population as specified in 5 AAC 27.865(b) (7).

(b) The department shall base its emergency order opening of the Togiak District herring spawn on kelp fishery on the density and distribution of observed spawn on kelp.

(c) The department shall implement a two- to three-year rotation of harvest areas.

(d) The department shall time each spawn on kelp harvest so as to ensure the best quality product.

History: Eff. 5/2/92, Register 122

Authority: AS 16.05.251

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