08.02.03.07

.07 Crab Pots.

A. "Cull ring" means a device in a crab pot, for the escapement of undersized crabs, described as a:

(1) Ring with an opening of the established measurement for the inside diameter; or

(2) Square opening cut from the crab pot measuring at least 4-1/2 inches by 4-1/2 inches and covered by a panel of 2-inch by 2-inch mesh so that there are at least four complete 2-inch by 2-inch square meshes.

B. A crab pot shall meet the following structural requirements:

(1) A standard cube type crab pot may not have sides which are more than 24 inches long;

(2) Rectangular crab pots may not have dimensions which are greater than 12 inches high, 24 inches wide, and 48 inches long in total;

(3) A crab pot shall be constructed of wire having a mesh measuring along its longest axis when the wire is unstretched of not less than:

(a) 1-1/2 inches for the purpose of catching hard crabs; or

(b) 1 inch for the purpose of catching peeler crabs;

(4) Except for a crab pot constructed with unstretched mesh measuring less than 1-1/2 inches or at least 2 inches on each side, a crab pot set in the Chesapeake Bay or its tidal tributaries shall have two cull rings, one of at least 2-3/16 inches and one of at least 2-5/16 inches inside diameter located in exterior side panels or the top panel of the crab pot;

(5) A live male blue crab used for bait, in a crab pot used for catching peeler crabs, shall be contained only in the upper chamber of the crab pot and may not be less than the minimum size; and

(6) A crab pot set for recreational purposes shall have a turtle reduction device which:

(a) Is firmly attached to each entrance or funnel in the lower chamber;

(b) Is constructed of wire or plastic;

(c) Is rectangular in shape; and

(d) Has dimensions which do not exceed 1-3/4 inches high and 4-3/4 inches long.

C. Times for Setting and Removing Crab Pots.

(1) Crab pots may not be set in State waters before March 31 of each year.

(2) All crab pots shall be removed from the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries by December 31 of each year.

(3) All crab pots shall be removed from the waters of the coastal bays of the Atlantic Ocean and their tidal tributaries:

(a) If set for commercial purposes, by November 16 of each year; or

(b) If set for recreational purposes, by December 31 of each year.

D. General Requirements.

(1) A person may use crab pots to catch crabs for recreational purposes only:

(a) If the person is:

(i) An owner, lessee, or tenant of a private property along the shore; or

(ii) A guest of an owner, lessee, or tenant of a private property along the shore;

(b) If using the crab pot in accordance with §§B, C, D, and H of this regulation; and

(c) If crabbing from a property located on the Chesapeake Bay or its tidal tributaries, only if the crab pots have been properly registered with the Department.

(2) Not more than two crab pots set for recreational purposes may be attached to a property or privately owned pier, regardless of the number of owners or lessees of that property.

(3) Notwithstanding §§E and G of this regulation, a crab pot set for recreational purposes shall be:

(a) Set in front of the person's property, within 100 yards of the shore, and:

(i) Attached by a line to the property or a privately owned pier or dock; or

(ii) Marked by a buoy or pole and sign; and

(b) Marked with the owner's DNRid number.

(4) A person who owns or is in charge of operating a vessel used to catch crabs for commercial purposes with crab pots shall be licensed by the Department.

(5) Buoys for Commercially Set Crab Pots.

(a) Each pot individually set shall be marked with a buoy that is easily visible on the surface.

(b) Each string of pots shall be marked at each end with a buoy that is easily visible on the surface.

(c) Each buoy shall be clearly marked with the identification number of the licensee in letters at least 2 inches high, and, if the buoy is attached to a string of crab pots, with the number of pots in the string.

(d) The Department may require individual numbered markers supplied by the Department to be attached to every buoy.

(6) A person may not fish a crab pot licensed to another person.

(7) While crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries, a person licensed to catch crabs with more than 50 crab pots may not at any time set or fish more than 300 crab pots unless the person is authorized to set or fish 600 or 900 crab pots.

(8) A person commercially licensed to catch crabs may set crab pots in the coastal bays of the Atlantic Ocean and their tidal tributaries subject to the following limitations:

(a) A person licensed to catch crabs with more than 50 pots may not set or fish more than 300 pots per day; and

(b) Regardless of the number of licensees per boat, not more than 300 pots per day may be set or fished.

E. Crab Pot Line for the Chesapeake Bay and Potomac River.

(1) Subject to the limitations of §§G and H of this regulation, a person may set crab pots in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River that are enclosed by the lines specified in §E(3) and F of this regulation.

(2) As used in §G of this regulation, a line "along shore" means a line drawn directly between points of land. Except as provided in §F of this regulation, all bays, sounds, rivers, creeks, coves, ponds, and inlets shoreward of that line are excluded from the area where crab pots may be set.

(3) The following lines mark the headlands of the rivers, bay, creeks, sounds, coves, and inlets beginning on the western side of Chesapeake Bay at Locust Point on Spesutie Island; then southwesterly along the shore to Bear Point; thence to Black Point; thence southwesterly along shore to Abbey Point; thence to Lego Point; thence along the shore to Ford Point; thence along the shore to Robbins Point; thence along the shore to southwestern tip of Rickett Point; thence in a northwesterly direction to the point of Carroll Island at Lat. 3918'52.29"N., Long. 7619'42.11"W. to Weir Point to Lower Point; thence to the northeasterly point of Millers Island; thence southerly along southeasterly shores of Millers Island, Hart Island, and Patapsco River Neck to the southernmost tip of North Point; thence southwesterly along a line to Buoy R "6" to within 200 yards of the Brewerton channel; thence in a southeasterly direction to intersect a point along a line from North Point to Bodkin Point 200 yards north of the Brewerton channel; thence to Bodkin Point; thence southerly along shore to Mountain Point; thence to Persimmon Point; thence along shores to Sandy Point to Hackett Point; thence to Greenbury Point; thence to Tolly Point; thence along shore to Thomas Point; thence to Saunders Point; thence along shore to Dutchman Point; thence to Curtis Point; thence along shore to point on north side of entrance into Parkers Creek; thence to Holland Point; thence southerly along shore to Plum Point and to Cove Point and to Drum Point; thence to Hog Point; thence along shores to Cedar Point to Point No Point and to Point Lookout; thence southeasterly across the Potomac River to Smith Point; thence northeasterly along State line to intersection with westerly shore of Smith Island, crossing Big Thorofare at points marking its western entrance and continuing northward along shore to Fog Point; thence to southwesternmost point of land on Pry Island; thence to southernmost point of Holland Island; thence along western shores of Holland Island, Adam Island, Billys Island, and Bloodsworth Island to tip of shore on southwesterly side of entrance into Okahanikan Cove; thence to Navy-maintained tower; thence to nun Buoy N "2", thence to Honga River Light Fl. 4 § 16 ft. 4M; thence to Billy's Point at Lat. 3814.52'N., Long. 7607.58'W. on lower Hoopers Island; thence westerly along shore of Hoopers Island to Pons Point; thence to southernmost point of Barren Island; thence northerly along the western shore of Barren Island crossing Tar Bay at points marking its northwestern entrances, and continuing northerly along west shores of Meekins Neck, Taylors Island, and James Island to James Point; thence to Hills Point; thence to Black Walnut Bar Bell buoy; thence to Black Walnut Point; thence northerly along west shore of Tilghman Island to point on northerly side of Paw Paw Cove; thence northerly along shore to Lowe's Point; thence in a straight line in a northwesterly direction to Bloody Point; thence northerly along west shore to Kent Island to Love Point; thence to northwest point of Eastern Neck Island; thence northerly along west shore of Eastern Neck to Huntingfield Point; thence to Swan Point; thence northerly along shore to point on south side of Fairlee Creek marking its entrance; thence along shore to Worton Point; thence along shore to Plum Point; thence along shore to include area known as Still Pond to Meeks Point; thence along shore to Howell Point; thence to Grove Point; thence along the shore to Pearce Creek; thence westerly to Buoy R 6 Fl. R 4 § thence to Turkey Point; thence northerly along the western shore of Elk Neck to Rocky Point; thence westerly across the Bay to Locust Point, the point of beginning.

F. Additional Crab Pot Areas.

(1) Crab pots may also be set in the following areas:

(a) In the waters of Tangier Sound, including Kedges Straits and the Somerset County waters of Holland Straits, south of a line running from Lower Island Point on Bloodsworth Island, following the Dorchester County-Somerset County line to its junction with county line buoy A; thence in a northerly direction toward Sharkfin Shoal Light to its junction with a straight line running from range marker AA northeasterly to range marker BB and the Dorchester County-Somerset County line; thence in a northeasterly direction following the straight line running from range marker AA northeasterly to range marker BB and the Dorchester County-Somerset County line to its junction with a line running from the former dwelling of Thomas Tigner near Haines Point, defined by Lat. 3837'43.990", Long. 7656'58.961"(NAD 1983, 1991 adjustment) to the southwesterly most point of land on Clay Island. However, no crab pots may be set in water that is less than 4 feet deep at mean low tide;

(b) In the waters of Breton Bay and St. Clements Bay that are south of a line beginning at Huggins Point, Breton Bay, following the mean low water line to Protestant Point; thence in a westerly direction to Clem Point of Newton Neck; thence following the mean low water line along the shore to Chapel Point, St. Clements Bay; thence in a northwesterly direction to Shipping Point; thence following the mean low water line along the shore, across the mouth of Canoe Neck Creek and St. Patrick Creek to Colton Point;

(c) In the waters of Wicomico River that are south of a line beginning at White Point; thence following the ridge of White Point Sand Bar to White Point Island; thence in a southwesterly direction to Rock Point in Charles County; thence southerly to the most easterly point of Cobb Island; thence along shore to Cobb Point;

(d) Subject to the limitation in §G(10) of this regulation, in the waters of St. Catherine Sound east of St. Catherine Island enclosed by a line starting at the northeasterly most point of land on St. Catherine Island thence northerly to Yellow Bank Point; thence along the shore to the Potomac River Fisheries Commission jurisdictional line; thence following the jurisdictional line west to its junction with the southeastern tip of St. Catherine Island;

(e) In the waters of St. Mary's River from the Potomac River boundary line at St. Inigoes Neck to a line beginning at Priest's Point and running in a southwesterly direction to Edmund Point; thence along the shore to Cherryfield Point; thence to Ball Point; and

(f) Subject to the limitations in §G(11) of this regulation, in the waters of Calvert Bay enclosed by a line starting at Kitts Point, thence easterly to the most southwesterly point on east side of the mouth of Smith Creek; thence easterly and southerly along the shore to the Potomac River Fisheries Commission jurisdictional line; thence following the jurisdictional line northwesterly to its junction with Kitts Point.

(2) A person licensed to catch crabs may set crab pots in the coastal bays of the Atlantic Ocean and their tidal tributaries subject to the restrictions in §D of this regulation.

(3) A person may set crab pots easterly of a line starting at Smith Point in Charles County, then following the Potomac River Fisheries Commission jurisdictional line northward to Liverpool Point.

(4) A person may set crab pots in the waters of Pocomoke Sound, including the area subject to the depth restriction set forth in §F(5)(a) of this regulation.

(5) A person may set crab pots in water that is less than 4 feet deep at mean low tide in the following areas:

(a) In Pocomoke Sound, shoreward of the Maryland-Virginia State line, from its junction with a line running from Bullbegger Point westward to the northeasternmost point of land on Fair Island, thence following the State line in a westerly direction to State line marker "A", thence northwesterly to Ware Point;

(b) In Tangier Sound, shoreward of a line drawn from the southern tip of Deal Island at Lower Thorofare in a westerly direction to Lower Thorofare entrance Red Nun "2", thence following a line drawn in a northerly direction to Haines Point Light Fl. 4 §, thence easterly to the northernmost tip of Deal Island;

(c) In Tangier Sound, shoreward of a line drawn from Flatcap Point in a southerly direction to Janes Island Light Fl. 4 §, thence in a northeasterly direction to Island Point; and

(d) In Tangier Sound, in the waters west of a line drawn from Muscle Point to Sound Point on South Marsh Island.

(6) Crab pots may be set from April 1 to June 15, outside of marked channels in Tyler Creek, in the area enclosed by a line beginning at a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland—Virginia line and the west side of Tyler Creek, defined by Lat. 3757.21'N. and Long. 7601.04'W.; then running northerly along the west shore of Tyler Creek to a point at or near the south side of the Canal, defined by Lat. 3759.10'N. and Long. 7601.29'W.; then running approximately 3 True to a point at or near the north side of The Canal, defined by Lat. 37 59.17'N. and Long. 76 01.28'W.; then running northerly along the west shore of Tyler Creek to a point, defined by Lat. 37 59.56'N. and Long. 76 01.39'W.; then running approximately 113 True to a point, defined by Lat. 37 59.37'N. and Long. 76 00.83'W.; then running southerly along the east shore of Tyler Creek to a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland—Virginia line and the east side of Tyler Creek, defined by Lat. 37 57.21'N. and Long. 76 00.37'W.; then running approximately 270 True to the point of beginning defined by a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland —Virginia line and the west side of Tyler Creek, defined by Lat. 37 57.21'N. and Long. 76 01.04'W.

G. Crab pots may not be set in the following areas:

(1) In water that is less than 4 feet deep at mean low tide, except as provided in §F(5) of this regulation;

(2) In all of the waters of Smith Island, Chesapeake Bay, Kedges Straits, and Tangier Sound enclosed by a line beginning at a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland-Virginia line and the eastern (Tangier Sound) shoreline of Smith Island, defined by Lat. 37 57.20'N. and Long. 75 59.68'W.; then running approximately 270 True along the Maryland-Virginia line to a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland-Virginia line and the western (Chesapeake Bay) shoreline of Smith Island, defined by Lat. 37 57.21'N. and Long. 7602.82'W.; then running northerly along the west shore of Smith Island to a point at or near the south side of Sheep Pen Gut, defined by Lat. 3758.77'N. and Long. 7602.93'W.; then running approximately 349 True to a point at or near the north side of Sheep Pen Gut, defined by Lat. 3758.99'N. and Long. 7602.98'W.; then running northerly along the west shore of Smith Island to a point at or near the south entrance of Goose Harbor, defined by Lat. 3759.45'N. and Long. 7603.04'W.; then running approximately 3 True to a point at or near Channel Point, defined by Lat. 38 00.57'N. and Long. 76 02.96'W.; then running northerly along the west shore of Smith Island to a point at or near Fog Point, defined by Lat. 38 02.04'N. and Long. 76 02.50'W.; then running easterly along the shore of Fog Point Cove to a point at or near Bards Point, defined by Lat. 38 02.20'N. and Long. 76 01.65'W.; then running approximately 88 True to a point at or near the east shore of Bridge Creek, defined by Lat. 38 02.20'N. and Long. 76 01.50'W.; then running easterly along the shore to a point at or near Fishing Point, defined by Lat. 38 02.26'N. and Long. 76 00.33'W.; then running approximately 138 True to a point, defined by Lat. 38 01.53'N. and Long. 75 59.49'W.; then running approximately 115 True to a point, defined by Lat. 38 01.39'N. and Long. 75 59.14'W.; then running approximately 119 True to a point at the former location of Terrapin Sands Point defined by Lat. 38 00.95'N. and Long. 75 58.13'W.; then running approximately 198 True to a point at or near on the north side of the channel at Big Thorofare, defined by Lat. 37 58.13'N. and Long. 75 59.27'W.; then running approximately 185 True to a point at or near the southerly entrance of Big Thorofare, defined by Lat. 37 57.62'N. and Long. 75 59.33'W.; then running approximately 214 True to the point of beginning defined by a point at or near the intersection of the Maryland-Virginia line and the eastern (Tangier Sound) shoreline of Smith Island, defined by Lat.37 57.20'N. and Long. 75 59.68'W.;

(3) In the waters of the Manokin River landward or upstream of a straight line joining South Point on Little Deal Island to Hazard Point on the mainland;

(4) In the waters of Big Annemessex River easterly of a straight line from the most westerly point of marsh on Pat Island to the easterly point of marsh at the entrance of Thru Creek on Lawsons Marsh;

(5) In the waters of the Little Annemessex River east of a line from Janes Island Point to Great Point;

(6) In the Dorchester County waters of Holland Straits;

(7) From May 1 to September 30, inclusive, within 200 yards of a public bathing beach running not more than 100 yards along the shore which is plainly marked by a white sign reading "Bathing Beach" in black letters at least 4 inches high;

(8) In the waters of the Pocomoke River north of a line running from Bullbegger Point westward to the northeasternmost point of land on Fair Island which marks the eastern entrance to Fair Island Channel;

(9) Westward of the buoy free channel in the Pocomoke River;

(10) Within 100 feet of any aid to navigation or within 100 feet of the channel of St. Catherine Sound;

(11) Within 100 feet of any aid to navigation or within 100 feet of the channel to Smith Creek;

(12) In the waters of St. Catherine Sound, except as provided by regulation;

(13) In the waters of the Wicomico River that are east of a line beginning at the southernmost point of St. Margaret Island and ending at the northeasterly most point of land on St. Catherine Island;

(14) In the following areas of Pocomoke Sound: Ape Hole Creek, upstream of a line running from Long Point to Gap Point; Gunby Creek, upstream of a line running between the two State-maintained markers marking the mouth of Gunby Creek; East Creek, upstream of a line running from East Creek Point southeasterly to the westernmost point of land on Richardson Marsh; Marumsco Creek, upstream of a line running from a point on the western shore of Marumsco Creek at Lat. 3758'38"N. and Long. 7543'22"W. due east to the opposite shore at a point Lat. 3758'38"N and Long. 7542'55"W; and

(15) Within 100 yards of the Flag Ponds Nature Park fishing pier in Calvert County.

H. In addition to the rivers and channels listed in COMAR 08.02.05.08, a person may not set buoyed fish gear, including crab pots, in the following river or entrance channels:

(1) Bush River—100 yards each side of a line from G "29" Qk. Fl. G to G "3" Fl. G 2.5 §;

(2) Middle River—100 yards each side of a line from Pooles Island Light to "1" Qk. Fl. G to G "3" Fl. G 4 § and 100 yards each side of a line from R "2" Fl. R 4 § to "1" Qk. Fl. G;

(3) Bodkin Creek—100 yards channelward of a line extending northwesterly beginning at Bodkin Point Shoal Buoy 1, at or near Lat. 3907'54"N., Long. 7624'36"W., then running approximately 306 True to Bodkin Point Shoal Light 3, at or near Lat. 3908'10"N., Long. 7625'03"W., then running approximately 276 True to Bodkin Creek Approach Day Beacon 5, at or near Lat. 3908'12"N., Long 7625'28"W., then running approximately 276 True to Bodkin Creek Entrance Light 7, at or near Lat. 3908'14"N., Long. 7625'48"W., and 100 yards channelward of a line extending northwesterly beginning at Bodkin Creek Entrance Light 7, at or near Lat. 3908'14"N., Long. 7625'48"W., then running approximately 44 True toward Seven Foot Knoll Light, at or near Lat. 3909'19"N., Long. 7624'32"W., to the southwestern edge of the Craighill Channel Upper Range (Cutoff Channel), at or near Lat. 3909'02"N., Long. 7624'52"W.;

(4) Gunpowder River—100 yards each side of a line from G "1" Qk. Fl. G to R "4" Fl. R 4 § to R "6" Fl. R 4 § to R "8" Fl. R 4 § to G "9" Fl. G 4 §;

(5) Magothy River—100 yards each side of a line from Baltimore Light to Fl. G 4 § 14 ft. 4M "3";

(6) Whitehall Creek—100 yards channelward of a line from Fl. 4 § 12 ft. 4M "2" inside Whitehall Creek to R "2" Fl. 2.5 § Bell;

(7) Severn River—Channel marked by: C "1", R "2" Fl. 2.5 § Bell, C "3", R N "4", C "5", R N "6";

(8) Fishing Creek (Anne Arundel County)—100 yards channelward of a line from Fl. 4 § "3" to Fl. R 2.5 § 15 ft. 4M "2" thence a 100 yard wide channel eastward, (090 True) for a distance of 1/2 nautical mile;

(9) South River—200 yards channelward of a line from Thomas Point Light to Fl. 2.5 § 15 ft. 4M "4" and 100 yards each side of a line 1 Qk. Fl. 10 ft. 5M to Fl. R 2.5 § 15 ft. 4M "4";

(10) West River—100 yards each side of a line running from "73" Fl. G 4 § to 1 Qk. Fl. 10 ft. 5M, then 200 yards channelward from a line running from 1 Qk. Fl. 10 ft. 5M to Fl. R 2.5 § 15 ft. 4M "2" and G "3";

(11) Poplar Island—200 yards channelward of a line from Fl. 4 § 14 ft. 4M "1" in Knapps Narrows Channel to "1" Fl. 4 § 14 ft. 4M;

(12) Poplar Island Narrows Channel—200 yards channelward of a line from "1" Fl. 4 § 14 ft. 4M to G "3", R "4", C "5", and R N "8" (closed to potting only from Memorial Day to Labor Day);

(13) Pocomoke River—10 yards channelward of a line running from Williams Point, defined by Lat. 3757.20'N., Long. 7539.33'W., northward to Fl. "23", defined by Lat. 3757.88'N., Long. 7539.05'W.;

(14) Rock Hall—100 yards southwesterly of a line from Fl. G 4 § 5M "5" PA Bell to G C "1";

(15) Sandy Point State Park—Within 100 yards of Qk. Fl. 11 ft. PA at the breakwater entrance;

(16) Chesapeake Beach—100 yards north of a line from Fl. G 6 § "3" PA to Fl. G 4 § 4M "1";

(17) Flag Harbor—Within 100 yards of the stone jetty of Flag Harbor;

(18) Patuxent River—35 yards each side of a line extending northeasterly beginning at a point at or near the mouth of the Patuxent River, defined by Lat. 3818.86'N., Long. 7624.61'W.; then running approximately 52 True to a point defined by Lat. 3819.57'N., Long. 7623.47'W.; then running approximately 51 True to a point defined by Lat. 3819.98'N., Long. 7622.82'W.; then running approximately 52 True to a point defined by Lat. 3820.47'N., Long. 7622.03'W.;

(19) St. Clements Bay—St. Patrick Creek—Channel marked by Fl. R 4 § 14 ft. 3M "2" PA westerly to the entrance to St. Patrick Creek R "6";

(20) St. George Island Straits—Channel marked by GPA "3" northeasterly to the bridge between Straits Point and St. George Island;

(21) Honga River—Tar Bay—50 yards channelward of a line from Fishing Creek Bridge westerly to Fl. R 4 § 16 ft. 4M "8", Fl. 4 § 4M "7", Fl. R 4 § 15 ft. 3M "6", Fl. 4 § 5M "5", Fl. R 4 § 15 ft. 3M "4", Fl. 4 § 16 ft. 5M "3", Fl. R 4 § 14 ft. 3M "2", Fl. G 4 § 14 ft. 6M "1";

(22) Honga River—Middle Hooper Island—50 yards channelward of a line from Middle Hooper Island Bridge to Fl. G 4 § 15 ft. 3M "1";

(23) Deal Island—50 yards channelward of a line from Deal Island Harbor to Fl. R 6 § "6", Fl. G 2.5 § 15 ft. 3M "1";

(24) Wenona—50 yards channelward of a line from Wenona Harbor to Qk. Fl. "6" to Fl. R 4 § "4";

(25) Pocomoke Sound—Broad Creek—50 yards channelward of a line northerly from Fl. 2.5 § 14 ft. 4M "2", R "4", R "6" into Broad Creek;

(26) Pocomoke River—50 yards channelward of a line easterly from Fl. 4 § "1", R N "2", C "3", R N "4", C "5";

(27) Smith Island—50 yards channelward of a line easterly from the entrance to Smith Island to R "8", Fl. G 4 § 14 ft. "3", R "2", Fl. 2.5 § 14 ft. "1";

(28) Isle Of Wight Bay—Eastern Channel, 50 yards channelward of a line southward from day marker "13", C "11", R N "10", G C "9", R N "8", G C "7", R N "6", C "5", C "3", R N "2", C "1", Fl. R 4 § 14 ft. 3M "2", G "1A" to U.S. Route 50 Bridge;

(29) Isle Of Wight Bay—Western Channel, 50 yards channelward of a line southward from Fl. R 2.5 § "14", R N "12", R N "10", R N "8", R N "6", C "1";

(30) Isle Of Wight Bay—100 feet channelward of a line from Ocean Pines Yacht Club easterly to Fl. R 2 § 6 ft. "4", Fl. G 2 § 6 ft. "3", Fl. 2 § 6 ft. "2";

(31) Sinepuxent Bay—50 yards channelward of a line southward from C "1", R N "2", C "3", Fl. G 4 § 15 ft. 5M "5", C "5A", R "6", Fl. R 4 § 15 ft. 4M "8", R "10", Fl. G 4 § 4M "11", R "12", Fl. G 4 § 16 ft. 4M "13", R "14", Fl. G 4 § 16 ft. 3M "15", R "16", G "17", Fl. G 4 § 16 ft. 3M "19", R "20", G "21", G "23", Fl. G 4 § 16 ft. 3M "25", G "27", G "27A", R "28", G "29", Fl. G 4 § 16 ft. 4M "31", G "33", R "34", Fl. 4 § 14 ft. 5M "35", G "37", Fl. G 4 § 14 ft. 3M "39";

(32) Chincoteague Bay—50 yards channelward of a line from Public Landing Harbor easterly to Fl. G 2.5 § 15 ft. 3M "1";

(33) Chincoteague Bay—50 yards channelward of a line from the entrance to Tanhouse Creek easterly to Fl. R 2.5 § 14 ft. 4 M "2";

(34) Herring Bay—In a channel defined by corner coordinates beginning at the northeast corner at Lat. 3844'31"N., Long. 7630'50"W., and then southerly to Lat. 3844'25"N., Long. 7630'50"W., and then westerly to Lat. 3844'22"N., Long. 7631'47"W., and then northerly to Lat. 3844'28"N., Long. 7631'48"W., and then easterly to the point of origin;

(35) Susquehanna Flats—100 yards either side of line from Junction Buoy "A" Fl. (2+1) 6 § to G "1" Fl. G 2.5 § to R N "2" to Fl. G "3"; and

(36) Susquehanna Flats—200 yards west of a line from Junction Buoy "A" Fl. (2+1) 6 § to R "2" Fl. R 4 §