Areas Closed to Trapping
Unit 14(C) Anchorage Area

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Units: 14C

Area Description: Unit 14(C) (Anchorage Area): (A) the drainages into Eklutna River and Eklutna Lake, within Chugach State Park except Thunderbird Creek and those drainages flowing into the East Fork of the Eklutna River upstream from the bridge above the lake; (B) the Eagle River Management Area; (C) that portion of Chugach State Park outside of the Eagle River, Anchorage, and Eklutna Management areas is open to trapping under Unit 14(C) seasons and bag limits, except that trapping of wolf, wolverine, land otter, and beaver is not allowed; (D) all land and water within the Anchorage Management Area as described in 5 AAC 92.530 (3); (E) in the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge in Unit 14(C), described in AS 16.20.031: all land and water south and west of and adjacent to the toe of the bluff that extends from Point Woronzof southeasterly to Potter Creek; (F) the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) Management Area, except for beaver, muskrat, mink, weasel, and coyote in areas designated by the commander.

Restrictions: Closed to the trapping of furbearers;
additional restriction within area (C) listed above; killer style steel traps with an inside jaw spread seven inches or greater are prohibited: a person using traps or snares in the area must register with the Department of Natural Resources, Chugach State Park area office and provide a trapper identification; all traps and snares in the area must be marked with selected identification; the use of traps or snare is prohibited within
(i) 50 yards of developed trails;
(ii) one-quarter mile of trailheads, campground, and permanent dwellings

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