Drum, Black

Shape

Synonyms

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Edibility

Good

Regulations

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  • Additional Notes
    No established bag or size limit in Greater Atlantic Region federal waters.

  • Bag Limit 5

  • Measurements Max Size: 30 in Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • Additional Notes
    Hook and line only.
    No more than 1 black drum > 52 inches may be retained per person per day and counts as part of the daily bag and possession limit.

  • Bag Limit 5

  • Measurements Max Size: 24 in Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • Bag Limit 5

  • Measurements Max Size: 24 in Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • Bag Limit 10

  • Measurements Max Size: 25 in Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • License Required
    Eligible for NC Saltwater Fishing Tournament managed by Division of Marine Fisheries.

  • Additional Notes
    One black drum per person per day over 25 inches Total Length is allowed.

  • Bag Limit 1

  • Vessel Limit 6

  • Measurements Min Size: 16 in Total Length

  • Bag Limit 1

  • Measurements Min Size: 16 in Total Length

  • Additional Notes
    Citation 80 lbs or 46 inches

  • Bag Limit 3

  • Measurements Min Size: 16 in Total Length

  • Additional Notes
    No closed season.

  • Bag Limit 3

  • Measurements Min Size: 16 in Total Length

  • Bag Limit 15

  • Measurements Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • Additional Notes

  • Bag Limit 5

  • Measurements Max Size: 27 in Min Size: 16 in Total Length

  • Bag Limit 5

  • Measurements Max Size: 27 in Min Size: 14 in Total Length

  • Additional Notes
    No established bag limit or size limit in MS State Waters.

  • Gear Hook and Line Only

  • Additional Notes
    Hunting, trapping, netting, capture, or removal of any fish, turtle, crawfish, conch, whelk, or any marine and/or fisheries resource is prohibited. You are within a National Park managed by the Bahamas National Trust. Please contact 242-393-11317 for more information.

For a list of official country and state regulations, visit here