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Subsistence fish are all fish that are not commercial and include, but are not limited to:

(a) Any dorsal fin clipped salmon or steelhead;

(b) Any fish caught outside of the commercial season;

(c) Any fish that is not a Chinook salmon;

(d) Any Chinook salmon caught during commercial season that:

(1) Meets the requirements for the Elders’ Fishery; or

(2) Has not been handled in accordance with the commercial fish quality control requirements of YTC 17.25.160; or

(3) Has been harvested in a net not marked with a commercial buoy; or

(4) Is located outside of the estuary or is transported by land without a commercial use permit; or

(5) Was caught below the downstream boundary; or

(6) Was harvested by, purchased by, or is in the possession of, a fisher not certified for commercial fishing. [Ord. 44 § 1303, adopted, 7/23/2015.]