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In the Eastern Gulf of Alaska Area, spiny dogfish may be taken and retained only as follows:
(1) in the Southeast District, a longline vessel may retain spiny dogfish as bycatch that is not more than 35 percent, by round weight, of all target species taken in the directed fishery on board the vessel;
(2) in the Southeast District, a power troll or hand troll vessel may retain spiny dogfish as bycatch that is not more than 35 percent, by round weight, of all salmon on board the vessel;
(3) in the East Yakutat Section and the Icy Bay Subdistrict, a salmon set gillnet CFEC permit holder may retain all spiny dogfish taken as bycatch during salmon set gillnet operations; all spiny dogfish taken must be recorded on an ADF&G salmon fish ticket.
History: Eff. 7/5/2000, Register 155; am 7/29/2000, Register 155
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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