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The lawful pursuit or the hunting of game, the taking of fish and trapping, if sanctioned by a proper permit from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, or the picking of berries shall not be denied on lands leased for agricultural or grazing purposes; provided, however, the director, may, upon request, grant permission, in writing, that all or a portion of the leased premises may be posted to prevent hunting and/or fishing and/or berry picking when it appears necessary in order to properly protect the lessee and his property.
History: Eff. 7/1/60, Register 1; am 8/15/64, Register 17; am 3/20/66, Register 22
Authority: AS 38.05.020
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