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Old 08-14-2011, 09:18 PM   #1
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what is the FL size regulations for blackfin and yellowfin?
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http://myfwc.com/fishing/saltwater/regulations/
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thanks but it is not on their site
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Blackfin have no size or bag limit and yellowfin are 27" curved fork length with a 3 per person bag limit
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Blackfin have no size or bag limit and yellowfin are 27" curved fork length with a 3 per person bag limit
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And you have to have a Federal Migratory Species permit to land yellowfins.
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And you have to have a Federal Migratory Species permit to land yellowfins.
I was told yes. I won't go anywhere without one, they are only $20.
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I found on out last night on Sunshine network that to keep skipjack/striped tuna, you have to have the permit also.
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