Size limit on sharks?

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pier kid
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Size limit on sharks?

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Ive been catching sharks alot when I got to Deerfield pier, mostly small about 3ft or so. I heard small blacktips are good eating so I was wondering if there is any restrictions on there size or other small sharks caught around there.

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FL regs...

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http://myfwc.com/marine/Regulations/Reg ... eb1-06.pdf

One per person per day. No size limit, but take note of protected species.[/quote]
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Yes take note and watch out that you don't take a spiney Dog fish thinking its a Black tip I saw this mistake last week, this shark has white spots and looks like a grey reef shark.

There is alot in our water right now.
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Post by gruntking »

i thought you couldnt keeo sharks at all off of dp
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