Barracuda, Great

Shape

Synonyms

n/a

Edibility

Small barracuda are very good, but large individuals may contain ciguatera toxin and elevated mercury levels.

Regulations

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  • Additional Notes
    No established size limit or bag limit.
    See appropriate state regulations.

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size limit. No bag limit.

  • Additional Notes
    No established bag limit or size limit.

  • Bag Limit 2

  • Vessel Limit 6

  • Measurements Max Size: 36 in Min Size: 15 in Fork Length

  • Additional Notes
    The minimum and maximum size limits are effective January 1, 2017. A slot limit of 15 to 36 inches, and allowing one fish greater than 36 inches per person or per vessel, whichever is less.

    The size limits, bag limit, and vessel limit only apply in state and federal waters off Collier, Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin counties (SE and SW Florida).

    For more information, see MyFWC.com.

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size limit. No bag limit.

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

  • Additional Notes
    No established bag limit or size limit.

  • Additional Notes
    No established size limit or bag limit. See outdooralabama.com for more details.

  • Bag Limit 2

  • Vessel Limit 6

  • Measurements Max Size: 36 in Min Size: 15 in Fork Length

  • Additional Notes
    The minimum and maximum size limits are effective January 1, 2017. A slot limit of 15 to 36 inches, and allowing one fish greater than 36 inches per person or per vessel, whichever is less.

    The size limits, bag limit, and vessel limit only apply in state and federal waters off Collier, Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin counties (SE and SW Florida).

    For more information, see MyFWC.com.

  • Additional Notes
    No established bag limit or size limit.

  • Additional Notes
    No established bag limit or size limit in SC state waters.

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

  • Gear Hook and Line Only

  • Gigging Prohibited

  • 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.

  • Bag Limit 2

  • Vessel Limit 6

  • Measurements Max Size: 36 in Min Size: 15 in Fork Length

  • Additional Notes
    The minimum and maximum size limits are effective January 1, 2017. A slot limit of 15 to 36 inches, and allowing one fish greater than 36 inches per person or per vessel, whichever is less.

    The size limits, bag limit, and vessel limit only apply in state and federal waters off Collier, Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin counties (SE and SW Florida).

    For more information, see MyFWC.com.

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