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(a) A nontransferable harvest record is required, and must be in the possession of each person sport fishing for king salmon 20 inches or greater in length in the waters of the Upper Copper River and Upper Susitna River Area. For a licensed angler, a harvest record appears on the back of the angler's sport fishing license. For an angler not required to have a sport fishing license, a harvest record may be obtained without charge from department offices and fishing license vendors in the Upper Copper River and Upper Susitna River Area.
(b) Immediately upon landing a king salmon 20 inches or greater in length from the waters of the Upper Copper River and Upper Susitna River Area, the angler shall enter the date and location of the catch, in ink, on the harvest record.
(c) In the waters described in (a) of this section, the annual limit for king salmon 20 inches or greater in length is four per person.
History: Eff. 5/5/94, Register 130; am 3/30/2000, Register 153; am 5/11/2003, Register 166
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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