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(a) 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) except as provided in (3) of this section, herring may be taken at any time;
(3) in the 72 hours before, during, and 72 hours after an open commercial herring fishing period in the Bering Sea-Kotzebue Area, a vessel or crew member or permit holder that participates in that commercial herring fishery opening may not take or possess herring under this section in any subdistrict in the Bering Sea-Kotzebue Area;
(4) a person or vessel may not take more than one ton of herring under this section in a calendar year unless that person or vessel first applies for and receives from the department a permit authorizing the person or vessel to do so.
(b) A permit issued under (a)(4) of this section may require a permittee to report to the department the amount of herring taken under the permit.
History: Eff. 3/30/95, Register 133; am 5/31/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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