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SECTION 1 Florida Regulated Salt Water SECTION 2 Florida Clams, Oysters, Scallops
SECTION 3 Florida Billfish SECTION 4 The Florida Crabs
SECTION 5 The Florida Tuna SECTION 6 The Florida Sharks
SECTION 7 Bait And Tackle SECTION 8 How To Florida Measure Fish
SECTION 9 Florida Fishing License SECTION 10 Florida Fish Records
SECTION 11 De-hooking Florida Fish SECTION 12 Important Phone Numbers
SECTION 13 GPS Log Page SECTION 14 Gulf De-Hooking Regulations
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How to Measure Florida Saltwater Fish
Most finfish size limit regulations of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) use either Fork Length or Total Length.
These measurement methods provide a consistent, well defined measurement technique. These methods encourage angler compliance with fishery management regulations.
For more information please visit theFish Length Measurement FAQs.
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Florida Total Length Measurement
Total Length is now measured from the most forward point of the head, with the mouth closed, to the farthest tip of the tail with the tail compressed or squeezed, while the fish is lying on its side.
Fork Length Measurement
Florida Fish regulated by fork length are measured from the tip of the jaw or tip of the snout with closed mouth to the center of the fork in the tail.
Lower Jaw Fork Length Measurement
Florida Fish regulated by lower jaw fork length are measured in a straight line from the anterior most part of the lower jaw (tip of the lower jaw) to the fork in the tail.
Florida Stone Crab Measurement
Stone Crab claws must measure at least 2 3/4-inches in length measured by a straight line from the elbow to the tip of the lower immovable finger. The forearm (propodus) shall be deemed to be the largest section of the claw assembly that has both a moveable and immovable finger and is located farthest from the body of the crab.