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Alaska Fishery Management Boundaries Between State and Federal Waters Results

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Alaska Fisheries Figures, Maps, Boundaries, Regulatory Areas, and Zones

Maps and charts for federal fisheries management in the waters off Alaska

Fishery Management Boundaries Between State of Alaska and Federal Waters

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3 nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline.

Chartlett for Akun Bay

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
April 23, 2018 - Map ,
Akun Bay - Aleutian Islands - 3nm Line

Akun Bay - Aleutian Islands - 3nm Line

Chartlet for Kachemak Bay - Cook Inlet - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
November 01, 2012 - Map ,

Letter to State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game about 3 Nautical Mile Line and Fishery Management Boundaries Between State of Alaska and Federal Waters

Changes to the 3 nautical mile (nm) line and fishery management boundaries.
January 23, 2012 - Agreements ,

Chartlet for Uyak Bay - Kodiak - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
January 01, 2012 - Map ,

Chartlet for Port Dick and the Surrounding Area - Cook Inlet - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
January 01, 2012 - Map ,

Chart for Imuya Bay - Alaska Peninsula South - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
January 01, 2012 - Map ,

Chartlett for Amber Bay and Aniakchak Bay - Alaska Peninsula South - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
January 01, 2012 - Map ,
Chart for Amber Bay and Aniakchak Bay

Aniakchak and Amber Bays - Alaska Peninsula South - 3nm Line

Chartlet for Portage Bay - Cook Inlet - 3nm Line

NOAA navigation charts published between 2006 and October 2011 show changes in the 3 nautical mile (nm) line. The 3nm line changed because a new method was used to calculate the baseline. For fishery for management and enforcement purposes, the boundary
January 01, 2012 - Map ,
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Chartlet for Portage Bay - Cook Inlet - 3nm Line