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In the personal use taking of shrimp there is no closed season, and no daily bag and possession limits, except that the operator of a commercially licensed and registered shrimp fishing vessel used in the personal use taking of shrimp during a closed commercial shrimp fishing season or within a closed commercial shrimp district, section, or subsection
(1) may not possess more than 500 pounds onboard the vessel; and
(2) shall, before taking shrimp, obtain a personal use fishing permit from the department specifying
(A) the area the operator intends to fish; and
(B) the dates the operator intends to fish.
History: Eff. 7/1/86, Register 99
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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