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Title 50Chapter VIPart 680Subpart C → Appendix


Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries
PART 680—SHELLFISH FISHERIES OF THE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE OFF ALASKA
Subpart C—Quota Management Measures


Table 1 to Part 680—Crab Rationalization (CR) Fisheries

Fishery CodeCR FisheryGeographic Area
BBRBristol Bay red king crab (Paralithodes camtshaticus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) A northern boundary of 58°30 N. lat.,
(2) A southern boundary of 54°36 N. lat., and
(3) A western boundary of 168° W. long. and including all waters of Bristol Bay.
BSSBering Sea Snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) A northern and western boundary of the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991), and
(2) A southern boundary of 54°30 N. lat. to 171° W. long., and then south to 54°36 N. lat.
EAGEastern Aleutian Islands golden king crab (Lithodes aequispinus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) An eastern boundary the longitude of Scotch Cap Light (164°44 W. long.) to 53°30 N. lat., then West to 165° W. long.,
(2) A western boundary of 174° W. long., and
(3) A northern boundary of a line from the latitude of Cape Sarichef (54°36 N. lat.) westward to 171° W. long., then north to 55°30 N. lat., then west to 174° W. long.
EBTEastern Bering Sea Tanner crab (Chionoecetes bairdi)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) A western boundary the longitude of 166° W. long.,
(2) A northern boundary of the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991), and
(3) A southern boundary of 54°30'N. lat.
PIKPribilof red king and blue king crab (Paralithodes camtshaticus and P. platypus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) A northern boundary of 58°30 N. lat.,
(2) An eastern boundary of 168° W. long., and
(3) A southern boundary line from 54°36 N. lat., 168° W. long., to 54°36 N. lat., 171° W. long., to 55°30 N. lat., 171° W. long., to 55°30 N. lat., 173°30 E. lat., and then westward to the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991).
SMBSt. Matthew blue king crab (Paralithodes platypus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) A northern boundary of 62° N. lat.,
(2) A southern boundary of 58°30 N. lat., and
(3) A western boundary of the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991).
WAGWestern Aleutian Islands golden king crab (Lithodes aequispinus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) An eastern boundary the longitude 174° W. long.,
(2) A western boundary the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991), and
(3) A northern boundary of a line from the latitude of 55°30 N. lat., then west to the U.S.-Russian Convention line of 1867.
WAIWestern Aleutian Islands red king crab (Paralithodes camtshaticus)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) An eastern boundary the longitude 179° W. long.,
(2) A western boundary of the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991), and
(3) A northern boundary of a line from the latitude of 55°30 N. lat., then west to the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991).
WBTWestern Bering Sea Tanner crab (Chionoecetes bairdi)In waters of the EEZ with:
(1) An eastern boundary the longitude of 166° W. long.,
(2) A northern and western boundary of the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as that line is described in the text of and depicted in the annex to the Maritime Boundary Agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed in Washington, June 1, 1990, and as the Maritime Boundary Agreement Line as depicted on NOAA Chart No. 513 (6th edition, February 23, 1991) and NOAA Chart No. 514 (6th edition, February 16, 1991), and
(3) A southern boundary of 54°30 N. lat. to 171° W. long., and then south to 54°36 N. lat.

[71 FR 32866, June 7, 2006]

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