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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 64 . Personal Use Fishery
Section 5. Description of the Kodiak Area

5 AAC 64.005. Description of the Kodiak Area

The Kodiak Area consists of all waters of Alaska circumjacent to the Kodiak and Afognak Island groups, and including all drainages. For management purposes, the Kodiak Area is divided into the following zones:

(1) Kodiak Road Zone: all fresh waters of Kodiak Island and all salt waters within one mile of Kodiak and Spruce Islands that are east of a line extending south from Crag Point on the west side of Anton Larsen Bay to the westernmost point of Saltery Cove, including the waters of Woody, Long, and Spruce Islands;

(2) Kodiak Remote Zone: all other waters of the Kodiak Area that are not within the Kodiak Road Zone.

History: In effect before 1988; am 4/20/2002, Register 162

Authority: AS 16.05.251


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