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In the state waters between 147ΓΈ W. long. and 170ΓΈ W. long., a person may not retain on board a catcher vessel, at any time, more than 136 metric tons of unprocessed pollock, or retain on board a tender vessel, at any time, more than 272 metric tons of unprocessed pollock, harvested in the state waters adjacent to the federal waters of the Western and Central Gulf of Alaska Areas described in 50 C.F.R. 679, Figure 3.
History: Eff. 9/27/99, Register 152
Authority: AS 16.05.251
Editor's note: 5 AAC 28.073 was originally filed as an emergency regulation effective 9/27/99 and was scheduled to appear in the emergency regulations appendix of the Alaska Administrative Code in Register 152 (January 2000). Since the emergency regulation was also made permanent in Register 152, it never appeared in print in the emergency regulations appendix of Title 5 of the Alaska Administrative Code.
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