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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 28 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 135. Vessel identification for Eastern Gulf of Alaska Area

5 AAC 28.135. Vessel identification for Eastern Gulf of Alaska Area

(a) In the Eastern Gulf of Alaska Area, a vessel fishing for groundfish with dinglebar troll gear must display the letter "D" and a vessel fishing for groundfish with mechanical jigging machines must display the letter "M"

(1) on both sides of the hull, cabin, or mast;

(2) in symbols at least 12 inches high and one inch wide that contrast with the background;

(3) in a manner that leaves the letter plainly visible and unobscured; and

(4) at all times when fishing with or transporting fish taken with dinglebar troll gear or mechanical jigging machines.

(b) Repealed 7/14/2000.

(c) A person may not operate a vessel that is displaying

(1) more than one letter required under (a) of this section at any time;

(2) any letter required under (a) of this section when the vessel is being used to fish for salmon.

History: Eff. 4/15/94, Register 130; am 7/14/2000, Register 155

Authority: AS 16.05.251

Editor's note: As of 7/14/2000, Register 155, the substance of 5 AAC 28.135(b) appears in 5 AAC 28.130(k) .


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