Snapper, Wenchman

Shape

Synonyms

n/a

Edibility

Excellent

Regulations

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  • Bag Limit 10

  • Gear Circle Hooks & Dehooking

  • Aggregate Information Name: Snapper Limit: 10

  • Additional Notes
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    Commercial Regulations
    No minimum size limit. No trip limit.

  • Bag Limit 10

  • Gear Circle Hooks

  • Aggregate Information Name: Snapper Limit: 10

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size limit.


    Recreational anglers and charter captains are required to obtain a free Recreational Offshore Landing Permit to possess snapper, grouper, hind, tunas, billfish, swordfish, amberjacks, cobia, wahoo and dolphin. Anglers may register for or renew their permit at Recreational Offshore Landing Permit. Minors (under 16) are not required to obtain a recreational offshore landing permit. Angling customers on a paid-for-hire charter trip ALSO do not need a permit.

  • Bag Limit 10

  • Gear Circle Hooks

  • Aggregate Information Name: Snapper Limit: 10

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size.

  • Bag Limit 10

  • Gear Circle Hooks

  • Aggregate Information Name: Snapper Limit: 10

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size limit.

  • Bag Limit 10

  • Gear Dehooking

  • Aggregate Information Name: Snapper Limit: 10

  • Additional Notes
    No minimum size limit.

  • Bag Limit 20

  • Aggregate Information Name: Reef Fish Limit: 20

  • Additional Notes
    There is a twenty (20) fish aggregate creel limit for reef fish species for which there is no other creel limit. See outdooralabama.com for more details.

  • Vessel Limit 20

  • Gear Hook and Line Only

  • Aggregate Information Name: Demersal Limit: 20

  • Additional Notes
    Sportfishing Vessel limit for demersal fish is 20 fish or 60 pounds of fish.

  • 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.

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