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Title 20 . Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions
Chapter 5 . Mental Health Trust Authority
Section 320. Maximum number of entry permits

20 AAC 05.320. Maximum number of entry permits

(a) The maximum number of entry permits for each of the salmon fisheries designated under 20 AAC 05.300 and 20 AAC 05.310 is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Southeastern Alaska (A) purse seine fishery .............................. 395 drift gillnet fishery ............................ 453 (2) Yakutat (D) set gillnet fishery .............................. 150 (3) Prince William Sound (E) purse seine fishery .............................. 258 drift gillnet fishery ............................ 511 set gillnet fishery .............................. 32 (4) Cook Inlet (H) purse seine fishery .............................. 68 drift gillnet fishery ............................ 545 set gillnet fishery .............................. 686 (5) Kodiak (K) purse seine fishery .............................. 368 beach seine fishery .............................. 27 set gillnet fishery .............................. 183 (6) Chignik (L) purse seine fishery .............................. 80 (7) Alaska Peninsula-Aleutian Islands (M) purse seine fishery .............................. 111 drift gillnet fishery ............................ 155 set gillnet fishery ............................. 110 (8) Bristol Bay (T) drift gillnet fishery ............................ 1669 set gillnet fishery .............................. 803 (9) Statewide (B) power troll fishery .............................. 950 hand troll fishery ............................... 2150 (10) Kuskokwim (W) gillnet fishery .................................. 810 (11) Kotzebue (X) gillnet fishery .................................. 214 (12) Lower Yukon (Y) gillnet fishery .................................. 671 (13) Upper Yukon (P) gillnet fishery .................................. 74 fish wheel fishery ............................... 159 (14) Norton Sound (Z) gillnet fishery .................................. 195

(b) The maximum number of entry permits for each of the roe herring fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(c) is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Southeastern Alaska (A) purse seine fishery .............................. 41 (2) Prince William Sound (E) purse seine fishery .............................. 68 gillnet fishery .................................. 25 (3) Kodiak (K) purse seine fishery .............................. 87 gillnet fishery .................................. 121

(c) The maximum number of entry permits for each of the combined roe herring and herring fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(d) is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Cook Inlet (H) purse seine fishery .............................. 68 (2) Southeastern Alaska (A) gillnet fishery .................................. 110 (3) Nelson Island (N) gillnet fishery .................................. 170 (4) Lower Yukon Cape Romanzof (Y) gillnet fishery .................................. 101 (5) Norton Sound (Z) beach seine fishery .............................. 8 gillnet fishery .................................. 301 (6) Nunivak Island (U) gillnet fishery .................................. 62 (7) Goodnews Bay (W) gillnet fishery .................................. 182

(d) The maximum number of entry permits for each of the crab fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(e) is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Southeastern Alaska (A) red and blue king crab pot fishery ............... 61 (2) Southeastern Alaska (A) brown king crab pot fishery ...................... 57 (3) Southeastern Alaska (A) Tanner crab pot fishery .......................... 83 (4) Cook Inlet (H) Dungeness crab pot fishery ....................... 101 (5) Cook Inlet (H) Dungeness crab ring net fishery .................. 2 (6) Southeastern Alaska (A) Dungeness crab pot fishery ....................... 308 (7) Southeastern Alaska (A) Dungeness crab ring net fishery .................. 8 (8) Southeastern Alaska (A) Dungeness crab diving gear fishery ............... 5 (9) Kodiak (K) bairdi Tanner crab pot fishery ................... 180

(e) The maximum number of entry permits for the sablefish fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(f) are established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Northern Southeast Inside (A) longline fishery ................................. 73 (2) Southern Southeast Inside (C) longline fishery ................................. 18 pot fishery ...................................... 3 (3) Prince William Sound (E) fixed gear fishery ............................... 49 pot gear fishery ................................. 1 net gear fishery ................................. 1

(f) The maximum number of entry permits for each of the herring spawn-on-kelp pound fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(g) is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) Northern Southeast (A) ........................... 109 (2) Southern Southeast (C) ........................... 229 (3) Prince William Sound (E) ......................... 125

(g) The maximum number of entry permits for the Bristol Bay (Togiak) herring spawn-on-kelp fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310(h) is 251.

(h) The maximum number of entry permits for the Southeast Alaska (A) shrimp fisheries designated in 20 AAC 05.310(i) is established as follows:

    

    

Maximum Number of Fisheries Entry Permits (1) pot fishery ...................................... 332 (2) beam trawl fishery ............................... 41 (3) otter trawl fishery .............................. 6

(i) The maximum number of entry permits for the Southeast Alaska (A) geoduck clam dive fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310(j) is 104.

(j) The maximum number of entry permits for the Southeast Alaska (A) sea cucumber dive fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310(k) is 436.

(k) The maximum number of entry permits for the Southeast Alaska (A) sea urchin dive fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310( l ) is 95.

( l ) The maximum number of entry permits for the Kodiak (K) food and bait herring gillnet and seine combined fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310(m) is five.

(m) The maximum number of entry permits for the Kodiak (K) food and bait herring trawl fishery designated in 20 AAC 05.310(n) is four.

History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 4/7/75, Register 54; am 5/12/75, Register 54; am 4/9/76, Register 58; am 2/25/77, Register 61; am 1/21/78, Register 65; am 4/30/78, Register 66; am 1/25/80, Register 73; am 3/2/80, Register 73; am 2/15/81, Register 77; am 10/30/82, Register 84; am 11/25/84, Register 92; am 8/24/85, Register 95; am 12/22/85, Register 96; am 3/29/87, Register 101; am 12/20/87, Register 104; am 3/26/88, Register 105; am 12/30/89, Register 112; am 5/20/90, Register 114; am 11/14/93, Register 128; am 2/11/95, Register 133; am 10/1/95, Register 136; am 12/14/95, Register 136; am 12/15/95, Register 136; am 1/2/96, Register 136; am 1/26/96, Register 137; am 8/9/96, Register 139; am 12/4/96, Register 140; am 5/29/97, Register 142; am 7/26/97, Register 143; am 8/2/97, Register 143; am 6/30/2000, Register 154; 1st add'l am 6/30/2000, Register 154; 2nd add'l am 6/30/2000, Register 154; am 9/13/2001, Register 159; am 10/31/2001, Register 160; am 1/2/2003, Register 164; am 11/6/2005, Register 176

Authority: AS 16.43.100

AS 16.43.110

AS 16.43.240


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