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  • tyrex13
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    Originally posted by skydiver View Post
    I'm curious. Who sent you something saying it was 4 pots?
    My hunting partner with the boat got it, I'll see if he still has it.

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  • skydiver
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    Originally posted by tyrex13 View Post
    Thanks Steve, we have a permit, but I was thrown off by the deal I got in the mail that said 4 pots. Did you do much shrimping on your bear trip?
    I'm curious. Who sent you something saying it was 4 pots?

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  • stid2677
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    Originally posted by tyrex13 View Post
    Thanks Steve, we have a permit, but I was thrown off by the deal I got in the mail that said 4 pots. Did you do much shrimping on your bear trip?
    I got 6 gallons of tails minus what we ate. Could have caught more if I had wanted to fish harder.

    Good luck

    Steve

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  • tyrex13
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    Thanks Steve, we have a permit, but I was thrown off by the deal I got in the mail that said 4 pots. Did you do much shrimping on your bear trip?

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  • stid2677
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    DON'T FORGET YOU NEED A PERMIT!!!!! and it has the details on it.



    Five pots per vessel.


    5 AAC 77.553. Personal use shrimp fishery

    (a) In the personal use taking of shrimp,

    (1) shrimp may only be taken from April 15 through September 15;

    (2) repealed 7/1/2006;

    (3) no more than five pots per person, with no more than five pots per vessel may be used;

    (4) shrimp may be taken only under a permit issued by the department as specified in 5 AAC 77.015.

    (b) All shrimp pots must have at least two adjacent vertical sides, or near-vertical sides, excluding tunnels, completely composed of uncovered net webbing or rigid mesh. Pots that do not have a definable side, including round pots, must have net webbing or rigid mesh panels covering a minimum of 50 percent of the vertical, or near-vertical, surface area of the pot. The net webbing or rigid mesh on all pots must be large enough to allow the unaided passage of a maximum 12-inch long, seven-eighths inch diameter, round wooden peg without deforming the opening, except for the selvage.
    Go get em,,,,,,


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  • tyrex13
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    It looks like it might be 5 pots?

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  • tyrex13
    started a topic How many shrimp pots in PWS right now?

    How many shrimp pots in PWS right now?

    I thought you could use 6 pots in the sound right now, but I got something in the mail that said 4 pots. I'm having a hard time finding current, correct info on the F&G website, can anybody point me in the right direction?

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