Annual Coho Regs
Emergency Coho Regs
EMERGENCY REGULATION NO. ER-12-06
REGULATION NO. ER-12-06
DATE: October 26th, 2012
REGS NO. SUPERSEDED/MODIFIED: ER-12-05
COHO – COMMERCIAL FISHERY- CLOSED
13D-1 DANA PASSAGE
13D-2 PICKERING PASSAGE
13D-3 PEALE PASSAGE
13D-4 SOUTHERN CASE INLET
ON AND OFF
CLOSED: 6 PM Tuesday October 30th, 2012
DAYS/HOURS BY GEAR: CLOSED!!!!!
JUSTIFICATION: END OF COMMERCIAL COHO HARVEST
EMERGENCY REGULATION NO. ER-12-07
Regulation No: ER-12-07
DATE: October 26th, 2012
Regs No. Superseded/Modified: ER-12-
FISHERY TYPE: Coho – COMMERCIAL FISHERY
13D-3 Peale Passage
Open: 6 AM Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Closed: 6 PM Sunday, November 11th, 2012
Effective Dates/Days/Hours by Gear:
Daily Hours: 6AM to 6PM Daily
Maximum Length: 600 feet/ Mesh Size: 3 inch Minimum 4 inch Maximum
Other Restrictions: Beach Seines Only. Open 6AM to 6PM Daily.
Peale Passage 13D-3 – Closed areas for Commercial Set Net Fishing: Hartstene Oyster Company, Hartstene Island: AREAS H1, H2 and H3. No Set Nets may be attached to any part of the Tribal Netpens Complexes situated in Peale Passage.
JUSTIFICATION: Commercial Harvest of Net Pen Coho in Peale Passage
Chambers Bay Coho Regs
Fox Island Coho Regs
Carr Inlet Coho Regs
Medicine Creek Treaty Tribes
Catch Area: Carr Inlet (13A)
Those marine waters north of a line projected from Green Point on the east shoreline to Penrose Point (signal tower no 4) on the Longbranch Peninsula and south of the State Highway 302 bridge and causeway, excluding the waters of Minter Bay.
September 16, 2012
September 16 – October 27, 2012
Set gill nets – 900′ maximum length, 5″ minimum mesh size
Drift gill nets – 1,800′ maximum length, 5″ minimum mesh size
Beach seines – 900′ maximum length, 3″ minimum and 4″ maximum mesh size
Beginning: 12:00 noon, Sunday, September 16, 2012.
Drift nets, Set nets and Beach seines: open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.
12:00 noon, Saturday, October 27, 2012.
Those waters within 1,000′ radius of the mouth of minter creek, including Minter Bay will remain closed.
Burley Lagoon (those waters north of the State Highway 302 bridge and causeway) is closed to all fishing.
Lay Inlet (those waters east of the access bridge on the south side of Raft Island and east of a line on the north side of Raft Island running from the westernmost large dock on Raft Island (below the large white house with the multi-terraced yard) northerly to the multi-platform stairway at the east end of the rock bulkhead) is closed to all fishing.
Marine set nets shall be tended not less than once every 24 hours.
Individual tribes may file regulations with shorter tending times of set nets.
Such regulations will be enforceable on the filing tribe’s members only.
The following actions will be subject to penalties and/or fines in accordance with tribal fishing ordinances adopted by the Medicine Creek Treaty Tribes:
Wantonly wasting or destroying food fish.
Disposing of litter into the water or onto shore while participating in the in-common fisheries of the Medicine Creek Treaty Tribes.