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The State of Florida is conducting a study to better estimate the numbers of red snapper that are harvested and the condition of red snapper that are released by recreational anglers. This information is needed to determine the health of the red snapper stock in the Gulf of Mexico and evaluate the effectiveness of current fishing regulations.
Please help by taking this data sheet with you the next time you go fishing. Fill out the requested data for every red snapper you harvest or release. Click here to get a catch card.
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