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what size can you keep on these baby ? I coulnt find it in the regulation.
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cybereagle
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There is no size limit on grunts, you could keep all you want. But always remember practice catch and release. :thumleft:
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thanks cyber, but are u sure ? is there a link

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Final answer no size limit for them ....
Dreaming the dream that one day I can be as good as some of the boatless pros and catch some 12 inch mangrove snapper.

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Be careful there, on a bad day with the wrong LEO I believe they could be considered part of the Snapper family with has an aggregate bag limit of 10 per person.
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aim a bit higher on the target species scale dude! :P
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Not in the same family nor restriction as snapper so not even on their worst day. They have no regulations .
Dreaming the dream that one day I can be as good as some of the boatless pros and catch some 12 inch mangrove snapper.

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WhoDey wrote:aim a bit higher on the target species scale dude! :P
With the right size they taste good man. I will never be ashamed of catching a good size grunt and come back home and eat it.
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Just a different perspective dude, I don't eat fish so its all about the amount of bend in the rod for me not the flavor of the meat. I was just teasing anyways, to each their own!
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I consider Grunts as bait. Biggest one I ever caught was 12" and some one ended up trollying him out. Eventually he was released.
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