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e-CFR Data is current as of July 29, 2014

Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries
PART 660—FISHERIES OFF WEST COAST STATES
Subpart I—Coastal Pelagics Fisheries


§660.507   Closed areas to reduction fishing.

The following areas are closed to reduction fishing:

(a) Farallon Islands closure (see Figure 1 to this subpart). The portion of Subarea A bounded by—

(1) A straight line joining Pigeon Point Light (37°10.9 N. lat., 122°23.6 W. long.) and the U.S. navigation light on Southeast Farallon Island (37°42.0 N. lat., 123°00.1 W. long.); and

(2) A straight line joining the U.S. navigation light on Southeast Farallon Island (37°42.0 N. lat., 123°00.1 W. long.) and the U.S. navigation light on Point Reyes (37°59.7 N. lat., 123°01.3 W. long.).

(b) Subarea B closures. Those portions of Subarea B described as—

(1) Oxnard closure (see Figure 1 to this subpart). The area that extends offshore 4 miles from the mainland shore between lines running 250° true from the steam plant stack at Manadalay Beach (34°12.4 N. lat., 119°15.0 W. long.) and 220° true from the steam plant stack at Ormond Beach (34°07.8 N. lat., 119°10.0 W. long.).

(2) Santa Monica Bay closure (see Figure 1 to this subpart). Santa Monica Bay shoreward of that line from Malibu Point (34°01.8 N. lat., 188°40.8 W. long.) to Rocky Point (Palos Verdes Point) (33°46.5 N. lat., 118°25.7 W. long.).

(3) Los Angeles Harbor closure (see Figure 1 to this subpart). The area outside Los Angeles Harbor described by a line extending 6 miles 180° true from Point Fermin (33°42.3 N. lat., 118°17.6 W. long.) and then to a point located 3 miles offshore on a line 225° true from Huntington Beach Pier (33°39.2 N. lat., 118°00.3 W. long.).

(4) Oceanside to San Diego closure (see Figure 1 to this subpart). The area 6 miles from the mainland shore south of a line running 225° true from the tip of the outer breakwater (33°12.4 N. lat., 117°24.1 W. long.) of Oceanside Harbor to the United States-Mexico International Boundary.



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