Sale of fish from license holder’s boat
- • permit
- • fee
- • reports
- • payment of fees
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a person who holds a valid Oregon commercial fishing license may sell any species of food fish taken in lawful commercial fishing activity directly from the license holder’s boat, subject to the following conditions:
(1) The person must first obtain from the State Fish and Wildlife Commission an annual limited fish seller permit for such sales, the annual fee for which is:
(a) $100 for resident applicants.
(b) $150 for nonresident applicants.
(2) The commission by rule may limit the number of permits available for any species of food fish.
(3) Prior to making any sale pursuant to this section, the person must notify the commission, in such manner as the commission prescribes, of the estimated number of food fish on board the boat and of the location where the sale is to take place.
(4) Within seven days of making any sale pursuant to this section, the person shall submit to the commission a report thereof, in such form as the commission may prescribe. The person must pay the fees required as prescribed in ORS 508.505 (Additional fees based on value of fish at time of landing) to 508.540 (Failure to keep or submit records or to pay fee), or in such other manner as the commission by rule may prescribe.
(5) The person may sell food fish from any port and dock location in this state.
(6) If a person fails to comply with subsection (3) of this section, the commission may revoke and thereafter refuse to issue another limited fish seller permit. [1985 c.533 §2; 1987 c.802 §1; 1991 c.701 §11; 1999 c.585 §1; 2009 c.832 §25; 2015 c.779 §35]
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