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(b) Unless provided otherwise in this section or in 5 AAC 75, finfish may only be taken by hook-and-line gear.
(c) Repealed 3/13/2004.
(d) In the waters of Uyak Bay inside a line from Cape Kuliuk to Rocky Point, a sport fish guide or a guide's client may not engage in sport fishing from a vessel that is attached in any way to commercial fishing set gillnet gear, including a set gillnet anchor line, when a set gillnet is actively fishing. A sport fishing guide or a guide's client may not cast, drift, or troll with sport fishing gear across commercial fishing set gillnet gear, including a set gillnet anchor line when a set gillnet is actively fishing.
History: Eff. 3/13/96, Register 137; am 4/2/99, Register 149; am 3/13/2004, Register 169; am 4/9/2005, Register 174
Authority: AS 16.05.251
Editor's note: As of Register 169, April 2004, the substance of former 5 AAC 64.030(c) was moved to 5 AAC 75.020 in order to apply to all finfish species on a statewide basis.
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