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(a) At least 24 hours before landing wild stock harvested from the permit holder's aquatic farm site, the permit holder must notify, during business hours, a representative of the department by telephone. The notification must include
(1) an estimate of the number of pounds of wild stock the aquatic farm permit holder intends to sell;
(2) where the first place of landing will be; and
(3) the anticipated time of the landing.
(b) An aquatic farm permit holder must allow an inspection of the permit holder's harvest of wild stock by an employee of the department or a peace officer of the state upon request.
(c) An aquatic farm permit holder who harvests wild stock from the permit holder's farm site must complete an ADF&G fish ticket at the time of harvest. At the time of harvest, the ADF&G fish ticket must include the
(1) information provided on the CFEC interim use permit card;
(2) aquatic farm site permit number; and
(3) the number of pounds harvested.
(d) In addition to the information required in (c) of this section, at the time of initial point of sale, the ADF&G fish ticket must include
(1) the price paid per pound; and
(2) whether the product was sold live or processed.
(e) The department will distribute an annual report form to aquatic farm and hatchery operation permit holders during each calendar year for completion and return to the department no later than January 15 of the following year. The report must detail the activities of the aquatic farm or hatchery for the previous year, including any reports required as a condition of the aquatic farm or hatchery operation permit. The department will mail the annual report form to the most recent address of the permit holder on file. A permit holder is responsible for keeping the department informed of the permit holder's current address. Failure to receive an annual report form does not relieve a permit holder of the annual report requirement of this section.
(g) For the purposes of this section,
(1) "business hours" means Monday through Friday, except a state holiday, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.;
(2) "landing" means the act of offloading shellfish for sale or for transport to a buyer for later sale;
(3) "representative of the department" means the employee of the department that is assigned by the department to receive notification under this section.
History: Eff. 4/10/88, Register 106; am 8/12/89, Register 111; am 12/16/98, Register 148; am 6/17/2001, Register 158; am 11/25/2005, Register 176
Authority: AS 16.05.050
Editor's note: For the purposes of notifying the Department of Fish and Game under 5 AAC 41.270(a) , the contact telephone number for the representative of the department is (907) 465-6150.
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