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(a) Unless otherwise specified in this chapter, a person may fish for Dungeness crab only with ring nets, diving gear, and Dungeness crab pots.
(b) A Dungeness crab pot must have
(1) permanent and rigid tunnel eye openings that individually do not exceed 30 inches (76 mm) in perimeter; and
(2) two circular escape rings of four and three-eighths inches (11 cm) minimum inside diameter; the rings must be on opposite sides of the pot and must be on the upper half of the vertical plane of the pot.
History: In effect before 1985; am 7/14/85, Register 95; am 7/12/86, Register 99; am 12/14/86, Register 100; am 7/30/89, Register 111; am 7/23/94, Register 131; em am 4/16/97 - 8/13/97, Register 142; am 5/8/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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