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Georgia Saltwater Fish

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SHARKS FOUND IN GEORGIA WATERS THAT CAN BE HARVESTED
(not including small shark composite above)

Blacknose

Blacktip

Bull

Finetooth

Lemon

Nurse

Scalloped Hammerhead

Smooth Hammerhead

Thresher

Tiger (has interdorsal ridge)

Most sharks with an interdorsal ridge caught in Georgia waters will be included in the “prohibited” or “no harvest” categories.

If you are not sure of the species and whether you may keep it, release it.

See the complete Seasons, Limits, Sizes list.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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