Alaska Native tribe

Alaska Native tribe means, for purposes of the subsistence fishery for Pacific halibut in waters in and off Alaska, a Federally recognized Alaska Native tribe that has customary and traditional use of halibut and that is listed in 300.65(2) of this part.


50 CFR § 300.61

Scoping language

In addition to the terms defined in 300.2 and those in the Act and the Convention, the terms used in this subpart have the following meanings. If a term is defined differently in 300.2, the Act, or the Convention, the definition in this section shall apply.

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