Regulations on jack crevalle

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Regulations on jack crevalle

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Does anyone know the regulations on jack crevalle and the limit pp i asked like 5 people and they all tell me different things

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they dont have a size or bag limit
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Man thanks ALLLLLLOOOOOTTTTT

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For species that do not have an established bag limit, more than 100 pounds or 2 fish per harvester per day (whichever is greater), is considered commercial quantities. A saltwater products license and commercial vessel registration is required to harvest commercial quantities of unregulated species.

"More than" would make you a commercial harvester

This is for unregulated fish


Here is the basic Regs
http://myfwc.com/marine/docs/07FLSalt_webregs.pdf
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