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(1) "gear" means 50 or more fathoms of gillnet with mesh or not more than three inches, stretched measure, as defined in 5 AAC 39.975(11) , with cork and lead line; additional points will not be awarded for additional nets, nor for gear other than the net;
(2) "appropriate licenses" means
(A) in 1978, a herring interim-use permit for Prince William Sound;
(B) in 1977, a herring interim-use permit for Prince William Sound, and a commercial fishing license, and a gear license for set or drift gillnet;
(C) in 1974, a commercial fishing license and a gear license for set or drift gillnet.
History: Eff. 2/15/81, Register 77
Authority: AS 16.43.100 (b)
AS 16.43.110 (a)
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