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(a) Following the closure of a parallel season, all groundfish pot gear must be removed from the water, except as specified in (b) of this section.
(b) The owner or operator of a vessel that is registered for a state waters season for Pacific cod described in 5 AAC 28.267 may store groundfish pots as follows:
(1) rectangular groundfish pots must have all bait and bait containers removed and all doors secured fully open, and cone or pyramid groundfish pots must have all bait and bait containers removed and all doors not secured closed;
(2) pots must be stored in waters not more than 25 fathoms deep and may be stored only on the north side of Montague Island between 147ΓΈ 25.00' W. long. and 147ΓΈ 35.00' W. long.; and
(3) pots may be stored only from 10 days before the scheduled opening of the state waters season until 10 days following the closure of that fishery.
History: Eff. 4/4/97, Register 142
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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