Key West Fishing Regulations

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON NEW SPORTS FISHING RULES


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Dolphin – 10 Per person per day, not to exceed 60 per vessel.
Grouper – Black & Gag- 2 per person per day
Grouper – Red – 1 Per person per day
Mackerel – King – 2 per person per day
Mackerel – Spanish – 15 per person per day
Snapper – up to 10 per person per day depending on species.
Wahoo – 2 per person per day
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Dolphin – 10 Per person per day, not to exceed 60 per vessel.
Grouper – Black & Gag- 2 per person per day
Grouper – Red – 1 Per person per day
Mackerel – King – 2 per person per day
Mackerel – Spanish – 15 per person per day
Snapper – up to 10 per person per day depending on species.
Wahoo – 2 per person per day

2. Am I allowed to eat any of the fish I catch?
The fish is your to keep. You may take it home, ship it, or have it cooked locally here in Key West.

3. Do I still need a sports fishing liscense?
Our Charters include all liscenses needed for our customers.

4. Can I sell some of the fish I catch in Key West?
Visitors to Key West are not allowed to sell or trade any fishery products. This constitutes commercial fishing and would be a serious violation of the law.

 

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