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Finfish Seasons, Limits, Sizes

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All limits per person unless specified. FL = fork length, TL = total length (see How to Measure a Fish)

SPECIES

OPEN SEASON

DAILY LIMIT and POSSESSION LIMIT

MINIMUM SIZE (inches)

Amberjack (no sale 4/1–4/30)*

3/16–12/31

1

28 FL

Atlantic croaker

All year

25

8 TL

Atlantic sturgeon

No Harvest

Billfish (Blue marlin, White marlin, Sailfish)*

Catch and Release Only

Black drum

All year

15

10 TL

Black sea bass*

All year

15

12 TL

Bluefish

3/16–11/30

15

12 FL

Cobia*

3/16–11/30

2

33 FL

Dolphin*

All year

10 (Not to exceed 60 per boat, except for headboats which are allowed 10 per paying customer.

20 FL

Flounder

All year

15

12 TL

Gag grouper
(no sale 3/1–4/30)*

All year

2

24 TL

King mackerel*

All year

3

24 FL

Red drum (Channel bass, Spottail bass, Redfish)

All year

5

14 TL (23 TL maximum)

Red porgy (no sale 1/1–4/30)*

All year

3

14 TL

Red snapper*

All year

2

20 TL

Sharks (all sharks other than the SSC and Prohibited Sharks)*

All Year

1 per angler or boat, whichever is less

54 FL

Small shark composite (SSC)*
(Atlantic sharpnose, Bonnethead, Spiny dogfish)

All Year

1

30 FL

Prohibited Sharks
(NO HARVEST)

Sand tiger, Sandbar, Silky, Bigeye sand tiger, Whale, Basking, White, Dusky, Bignose, Galapagos, Night, Reef, Narrowtooth, Caribbean sharpnose, Smalltail, Atlantic angel, Longfin mako, Bigeye thresher, Sharpnose sevengill, Bluntnose sixgill, and Bigeye sixgill

Sheepshead*

All year

15

10 FL

Southern kingfish (Whiting)

All year

No Creel or Possession Limit

10 TL

Spanish mackerel*

3/16–11/30

15

12 FL

Spot

All year

25

8 TL

Spotted seatrout

All year

15

13 TL

Striped bass (see Savannah River information under Game Species Daily Limits)

All year

2

22 TL

Tarpon (no sale)

3/16–11/30

1

68 FL

Tripletail

All year

2

18 TL

Weakfish

All year

1

13 TL

* These species are also federally managed from 3 to 200 miles offshore. Go to www.safmc.net for federal regulations.

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