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The commission designates the following as distressed fisheries based upon its estimate that the optimum number of entry permits for these fisheries will be less than the highest number of units of gear fished in these fisheries during any one of the four years immediately preceding January 1, 1973:
Salmon Fisheries (1) Southeastern Alaska (A) drift gillnet fishery* (2) Prince William Sound (E) drift gillnet fishery (3) Cook Inlet (H) drift gillnet fishery set gillnet fishery (4) Kodiak (K) purse seine fishery (5) Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Islands (M) drift gillnet fishery (6) Bristol Bay (T) drift gillnet fishery set gillnet fishery *In area A the drift gillnet fishery includes the set gillnet fishery.
History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 4/7/75, Register 54
Authority: AS 16.43.110 (a)
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