All fish harvested from the Tribal Guide Fishery must be tracked. Whenever a fish is harvested by a non-Tribal member pursuant to a Yurok fishing permit, the Tribal guide must immediately fill out a fish harvest ticket, retain one copy, and provide a copy to the licensee. The Tribal guide must hand deliver or mail a copy to the Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program within three days of the harvest. A copy of all unused tickets must be delivered or mailed to the Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program no later November 30th of the year the tickets were issued.
(a) Fish Harvest Ticket Information. Fish harvest tickets shall contain the following information:
(1) Number and type of fish harvested;
(2) Date fish were harvested;
(3) Name of permittee;
(4) Name of Tribal guide; and
(5) Tribal identification number of Tribal guide.
(b) Return of Tickets. Fish harvest tickets may be returned to the office where they were obtained, or by mailing to the Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Attn: Tribal Guide Fishery, 15900 Highway 101 North, Klamath, California 95548.
(c) Failure to Return Tickets. The Tribe may fine or refuse to certify as a guide any person who failed to return all prior used fish harvest tickets within three days of fish harvest, or failed to return unused fish tickets by November 30th. Failure to return any used or unused ticket shall result in a $15.00 fine per ticket for the first offense, $50.00 per ticket for the second offense, and on the third offense the guide shall become ineligible for guide certification for one year. [Ord. 44 § 1611, adopted, 7/23/2015.]