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(a) In the Kamishak District, scallops may be taken only under the authority of a permit issued by the commissioner or the commissioner's designee. The permit may
(1) specify trip duration limits;
(2) require fishermen to complete and submit logbooks;
(3) specify catch reporting requirements;
(4) require vessels to contact an authorized department representative before each fishing trip and before landing any harvest;
(5) require vessels to carry onboard observers;
(6) require vessels to provide the department with catch samples as specified;
(7) specify king and Tanner crab bycatch limits; and
(8) specify restrictions on having extra units of gear on board the vessel.
(b) In the Outer, Eastern, and Barren Islands Districts, a person may take scallops only if the department has issued that person a permit under 5 AAC 38.076(e) for exploratory fishing for new scallops beds.
History: Eff. 9/12/97, Register 143
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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