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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 64 . Personal Use Fishery
Section 35. Methods, means, and general provisions - Shellfish

5 AAC 64.035. Methods, means, and general provisions - Shellfish

(a) Unless provided otherwise in 5 AAC 64.022 or by emergency order issued under AS 16.05.060 , the provisions of this section apply to shellfish sport fishing in the Kodiak Area.

(b) Repealed 4/9/2005.

(c) Only male crab may be taken.

(d) Until a crab is being processed for human consumption, a person may not mutilate or otherwise disfigure a crab in any manner that would prevent the determination of the minimum size and sex restrictions.

(e) A person may not take or possess shellfish smaller than the minimum legal size limits.

(f) The bag and possession limits for sport-harvested shellfish are not in addition to those allowed under subsistence or personal use fishing regulations.

(g) The operator of a commercially licensed and registered shrimp fishing vessel who is using the vessel in the sport-fish taking of shrimp during a closed commercial shrimp season or within a closed commercial shrimp district, section, or subsection may not possess more than 500 pounds of shrimp onboard the vessel.

History: Eff. 4/14/93, Register 126; am 3/13/96, Register 137; am 4/9/2005, Register 174

Authority: AS 16.05.251


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