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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 05 . Fish and Game
Chapter 92 . Statewide Provisions

Chapter 92. Statewide Provisions

Section 1 . Application of this chapter
Section 2 . Liability for violations
Section 3 . Hunter education and orientation requirements
Section 4 . Policy for off-road vehicle use for hunting and transporting game
Section 5 . Policy for changing board agenda
Section 6 . (Repealed)
Section 7 . (Repealed)
Section 8 . Harvest guideline levels
Section 9 . Obstruction or hindrance of lawful hunting or trapping
Section 10 . Harvest tickets and reports
Section 11 . Taking of game by proxy
Section 12 . Licenses and tags
Section 13 . Migratory bird hunting guide services
Section 14 . (Repealed)
Section 15 . Brown bear tag fee exemptions
Section 16 . Musk oxen tag fees
Section 17 . Koyukon Potlatch Ceremony
Section 18 . Waterfowl conservation tag
Section 19 . Taking of big game for certain religious ceremonies
Section 20 . Application of permit regulations and permit reports
Section 25 . Permit for exporting a raw skin
Section 27 . (Repealed)
Section 28 . Aviculture permits
Section 29 . Permit for possessing live game
Section 30 . Possession of wolf hybrid prohibited
Section 31 . Permit for selling skins and trophies
Section 33 . Permit for scientific, educational, propagative, or public safety purposes
Section 34 . Permit to take game for cultural purposes
Section 35 . Permit for temporary commercial use of live game
Section 36 . Permit for taking a child hunting
Section 37 . Permits for falconry
Section 38 . (Repealed)
Section 39 . Permit for taking wolves using aircraft
Section 40 . Permit for taking furbearers with game
Section 41 . Permit to take beavers to control damage to property
Section 43 . Permit for capturing wild furbearers for fur farming
Section 44 . Permit for hunting black bear with the use of bait or scent lures
Section 45 . (Repealed)
Section 46 . Permits for taking incidental or stranded musk oxen
Section 47 . Permit for using radio telemetry equipment
Section 49 . Permits, permit procedures, and permit conditions
Section 50 . Required permit hunt conditions and procedures
Section 51 . Discretionary trapping permit conditions and procedures
Section 52 . Discretionary permit hunt conditions and procedures
Section 53 . Permit to take moose for Nuchalawoyya Potlatch
Section 54 . (Repealed)
Section 55 . Stickdance permit
Section 56 . (Repealed)
Section 58 . (Repealed)
Section 59 . (Repealed)
Section 60 . (Repealed)
Section 61 . Special provisions for Unit 8 brown bear permit hunts
Section 62 . Priority for subsistence hunting; Tier II permits
Section 63 . Repealed
Section 64 . Permit for access to the Stan Price State Wildlife Sanctuary
Section 65 . Permit for access to McNeil River State Game Sanctuary
Section 66 . Permit for access to Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary
Section 67 . Units 22 and 23 brown bear permits
Section 68 . Permit conditions for hunting black bear with dogs
Section 69 . Units 21(D) and 24, Koyukuk Controlled Use Area, and Unit 23 moose drawing permits for nonresidents
Section 70 . Tier II subsistence hunting permit point system
Section 72 . Community subsistence harvest hunt area and permit conditions
Section 74 . Community subsistence harvest hunt areas
Section 75 . Lawful methods of taking game
Section 80 . Unlawful methods of taking game; exceptions
Section 85 . Unlawful methods of taking big game; exceptions
Section 90 . Unlawful methods of taking fur animals
Section 95 . Unlawful methods of taking furbearers; exceptions
Section 100 . Unlawful methods of hunting waterfowl, snipe, and cranes
Section 104 . Authorization for methods and means disability exemptions
Section 105 . (Repealed)
Section 106 . Intensive management of identified big game prey populations
Section 108 . Identified big game prey populations and objectives
Section 110 . Control of predation by wolves
Section 115 . Control of predation by bears
Section 120 . (Repealed)
Section 125 . Predation Control Implementation Plans
Section 130 . Restrictions to bag limit
Section 132 . Bag limit for brown bears
Section 135 . Transfer of possession
Section 140 . Unlawful possession or transportation of game
Section 150 . Evidence of sex and identity
Section 160 . Marked or tagged game
Section 165 . Sealing of bear skins and skulls
Section 170 . Sealing of marten, lynx, beaver, otter, wolf, and wolverine
Section 171 . Sealing of Dall sheep horns
Section 175 . (Repealed)
Section 200 . Purchase and sale of game
Section 210 . Game as animal food or bait
Section 220 . Salvage of game meat, furs, and hides
Section 230 . Feeding of game
Section 240 . (Repealed)
Section 241 . (Repealed)
Section 250 . Transfer of musk oxen for scientific and educational purposes
Section 255 . Reduction of the Adak caribou herd
Section 260 . Taking cub bears and female bears with cubs prohibited
Section 265 . (Repealed)
Section 400 . Emergency taking of game
Section 410 . Taking game in defense of life or property
Section 420 . Taking nuisance wildlife
Section 450 . Description of game management units
Section 510 . Areas closed to hunting
Section 520 . Closures and restrictions in state game refuges
Section 530 . Management areas
Section 540 . Controlled use areas
Section 550 . Areas closed to trapping
Section 990 . Definitions

Editor's note: The material in 5 AAC 92 that took effect 8/20/89, Register 111, is a combination of material previously found in chapters 5 AAC 78, 80, 83, 84, 86, and 88.


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