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Scallops may not be taken in the following waters:
(1) in the waters enclosed by a line drawn along the longitude of Cape Suckling (144ΓΈ W. long.), to a point at 60ΓΈ N. lat., then west along 60ΓΈ N. lat. to a point at 146ΓΈ W. long., then north along 146ΓΈ W. long. until it intersects a line drawn between Pt. Bentinck and Pt. Whitshed;
(2) in the waters enclosed by lines from Pt. Whitshed to Pt. Bentinck, from Cape Hinchinbrook (60ΓΈ 14' N. lat., 146ΓΈ 39' W. long.) to Seal Rocks (60ΓΈ 10' N. lat., 146ΓΈ 50' W. long.) to Zaikof Point (60ΓΈ 19' N. lat., 146ΓΈ 55' W. long.), and from a point at 60ΓΈ 11' N. lat., 147ΓΈ 20' W. long. on the northwest side of Montague Island, north to a point at 60ΓΈ 30' N. lat., 147ΓΈ 20' W. long., then east to a point at 60ΓΈ 30' N. lat., 147ΓΈ 00' W. long, then northeast to Knowles Head (60ΓΈ 41' N. lat., 146ΓΈ 37.50' W. long.).
History: Eff. 7/23/94, Register 131; am 3/11/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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