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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 64 . Personal Use Fishery
Section 25. Harvest record required; annual limits

5 AAC 64.025. Harvest record required; annual limits

(a) The following provisions regarding harvest records and annual limits apply to the taking of king salmon in the fresh waters of the Kodiak Area:

(1) a nontransferable harvest record is required and must be in the possession of each person taking king salmon; 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 the department's Kodiak office and fishing license vendors in the Kodiak Area;

(2) immediately upon landing a king salmon, the angler shall enter the date, location (body of water fished), and species of the catch, in ink, on the harvest record;

(3) the annual limit is five king salmon per angler; king salmon under 20 inches in length (jack salmon) caught in fresh water do not count towards the annual limit.

(b) A person may not take a shark in the Kodiak Area unless that person complies with the provisions regarding harvest records and annual limits as described in 5 AAC 75.012. The annual limit is two sharks per angler.

(c) The following provisions regarding harvest records and annual limits apply to the taking and retaining of rainbow/steelhead trout 20 inches or greater in length in the Kodiak Area:

(1) a nontransferable harvest record is required and must be in the possession of each person taking and retaining rainbow/steelhead trout 20 inches or greater in length; 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 the department's Kodiak office and fishing license vendors in the Kodiak Area;

(2) immediately upon landing a rainbow/steelhead trout 20 inches or greater in length, the angler shall enter the date, location (body of water fished), and species of the catch, in ink, on the harvest record;

(3) the annual limit is two rainbow/steelhead trout 20 inches or greater in length per angler; rainbow/steelhead trout 20 inches or greater in length taken in a stocked lake specified in 5 AAC 64.022(a) (3)(B) do not count towards the annual limit.

History: Eff. 4/20/2002, Register 162; am 12/29/2002, Register 164; am 4/9/2005, Register 174

Authority: AS 16.05.251

Editor's note: The address for the department's Kodiak office is Department of Fish and Game, 211 Mission Road, Kodiak, Alaska 99615-6399.


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