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(a) A person who holds salmon net permits in more than one administrative area, and has designated an area of intended fishing as provided in 20 AAC 05.1940 may, before the initial annual opening of the salmon net fishery designated, redesignate the area in which the person intends to fish.
(b) Redesignation, as provided in (a) of this section, may occur only once each calendar year, unless this limitation is waived by the Department of Fish and Game for good cause.
(c) A person desiring to redesignate the area of intended salmon net fishing as provided in (a) of this section shall submit to the commission
(1) any salmon net permit cards issued by the commission for that year;
(2) a writing indicating the area of intended redesignation which is dated and signed by the permit holder or the permit holder's authorized agent as provided in 20 AAC 05.1960; and
(3) the appropriate permit renewal fees for the permit corresponding to the redesignated area, if not previously renewed for that year.
(d) Redesignation under this section supersedes the original designation as if the original designation had never been made.
History: Eff. 5/21/78, Register 66
Authority: AS 16.43.100
AS 16.43.110 (a)
AS 16.43.140 (c)
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