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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 41 . Transportation, Possession and Release of Live Fish; Aquatic Farming
Section 10. Uniform application procedures

5 AAC 41.010. Uniform application procedures

(a) Each applicant for a fish transport permit shall submit the following information to the department:

(1) identification of each species and location of the stock to be transported, possessed or released;

(2) the destination of the transported fish and the release site;

(3) the number of fish and their life history stage or age;

(4) a descriptive history of previous transport, if any;

(5) a statement on the health or condition of the fish, including a disease history of the stock, a disease history of the hatchery or rearing facilities through which they may have passed, and any previous disease treatments or vaccinations, or, if the disease history is incomplete or unavailable a broodstock inspection and certification pursuant to 5 AAC 41.020;

(6) isolation measures planned to control disease during transport, including a description of containers, water source, depuration measures, and plans for disinfection;

(7) a description of proposed egg-take methods;

(8) the source of water for rearing and proposed effluent discharge location;

(9) identification and status of native stocks in the area of taking, retention and release site, including a statement of expected interactions with other stocks in these areas;

(10) the method of transport or release and the expected date of transport or release;

(11) the purpose and expected benefits of the transport or release; and

(12) evaluation plans.

(b) A completed application must be submitted to the department regional office in the region in which the proposed transport or release will occur.

(c) If the commissioner or his authorized designee determines that an application is incomplete and that further information is necessary, the department will return the application to the applicant with a description of the deficient information.

(d) The commissioner or his authorized representative will approve, condition, or deny a permit within 45 days after a completed application containing all of the applicable information listed in (a) of this section has been received in the appropriate regional office.

History: In effect before 1982; am 7/25/82, Register 83

Authority: AS 16.05.251 (a)


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