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The commission will award a maximum of 12 points to an applicant for past participation in, and economic dependence on, the Southeastern Alaska ring net fishery. Applicants who harvested and sold Dungeness crab from the fishery over the January 1, 1988 - January 2, 1992 time period will be awarded points for the years in which they participated according to the poundage threshold established for each year, as follows:
Year Pounds/Year Points 1991 At least 1,800 pounds 8 Less than 1,800 pounds 4 1990 At least 500 pounds 6 Less than 500 pounds 3 1989 At least 500 pounds 4 Less than 500 pounds 2 1988 At least 500 pounds 2 Less than 500 pounds 1
History: Eff. 8/9/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 16.43.100
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