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(a) The department shall allow the taking of salmon by dip nets and gillnets in the Naknek River from its terminus upstream to ADF&G regulatory markers located near Savonski from when the department has estimated that 900,000 sockeye salmon are in the river through July 25.
(b) During the open season, salmon may be taken by dip nets seven days per week and by gillnets during open subsistence salmon fishing periods for the Naknek River.
(c) Salmon may be taken only under the authority of a permit issued through the department's King Salmon office.
(d) The annual limit is 75 salmon not in addition to the limits in 5 AAC 67.020(a) .
(e) No set gillnet may exceed 10 fathoms in length and five and three-eighths inches in mesh size. No set gillnet may be set or operated within 300 feet of another set gillnet.
History: Eff. 6/20/82, Register 82; am 5/11/85, Register 94
Authority: AS 16.05.060
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