To anyone who plans on doing some fishing near Biscayne National Park, listen up. Several fishing rules will be going into effect on the first of July, aimed at reviving the levels of snapper, grouper, and other fish in the area.
Spanning over 260 square miles, Biscayne National Park has seen tremendous fishing and boating activity over the years. Over sixteen different fish species have seen numbers drop by more than sixty percent.
Based on the new rules, bag limits for certain fish will see an increase to ten and there will also be an increase in minimum size limits. Lobstering and traps plus lobster harvesting will be prohibited around certain reefs such as Fowey Rocks as well as four reefs just east of Elliott Key.
Some of the fish that will have limits placed on them include the hogfish, yellow and black grouper, and mutton and yellowtail, to name a few.
To read more regarding the upcoming fishing rules in Biscayne National Park, please visit https://www.wlrn.org/post/biscayne-national-park-getting-new-fishing-rules-july-1#stream/0.
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