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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 92 . Statewide Provisions
Section 150. Evidence of sex and identity

5 AAC 92.150. Evidence of sex and identity

(a) Horns of a Dall sheep must be salvaged.

(b) If the taking of a big game animal, except sheep, is restricted to one sex, a person may not possess or transport the carcass of an animal unless sufficient portions of the external sex organs remain attached to indicate conclusively the sex of the animal, except that antlers are considered proof of sex for a deer if the antlers are naturally attached to an entire carcass, with or without the viscera; however, this section does not apply to the carcass of a big game animal that has been cut and placed in storage or otherwise prepared for consumption upon arrival at the location where it is to be consumed.

(c) If a big game bag limit includes an antler size or configuration restriction both antlers must be salvaged. A person possessing a set of moose antlers with less than the required number of brow tines on one antler shall leave the antlers naturally attached to the unbroken, uncut skull plate.

(d) In those areas where sealing is required, until the hide has been sealed by a representative of the department, no person may possess or transport the hide of a bear that does not have the penis sheath or vaginal orifice naturally attached to indicate conclusively the sex of the bear.

History: Eff. 7/5/85, Register 95; am 4/5/89, Register 110; am 7/1/92, Register 122; readopt 5/13/93, Register 126; am 6/28/96, Register 138; am 7/1/2000, Register 154; am 7/1/2003, Register 166; add'l am 7/1/2003, Register 166

Authority: AS 16.05.255

AS 16.05.258

Editor's note: At its November 9 - 11, 1992, January 19 - 28, 1993 meeting, the Board of Game readopted 5 AAC 92.150 in its entirety, without change, under ch. 1, SSSLA 1992 (the 1992 subsistence law), which repealed and reenacted AS 16.05.258 .

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