The common snook, Centropomus undecimalis, is one of Florida's most popular inshore game fish because of its spectacular fighting ability and merit as table fare.
Collaborative research conducted by FWRI scientists examines how
different species of snook share habitat with largemouth bass in
Florida river systems.
This article provides a preliminary assessment of Florida snook
management options from the Commission's May 2001 meeting.
The stock assessment report for common snook provides updated
life histories, biology and fishery information, as well as
commercial landings, recreational catch, and additional statistical
Angler care when handling and releasing snook will dramatically
reduce the harmful effects of cryptic mortality.
Numerous common snook were affected by one of the coldest
Florida winters ever recorded.
This article is a list of facts about snook.
The common snook, Centropomus undecimalis, is a popular game fish in Florida. Snook have presented challenges to management because of complex life history and distribution.
This article provides a table of information about the observed
relationship between snook length and weight.
Scientists with the FWC's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute collect valuable biological data from anglers for studies of the common snook, Centropomus undecimalis
This report presents a summary of the analyses conducted by FWC's
Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) to assess the impact of
the 2010 cold kill event on Florida's common snook populations.
This summary life history of snook, (Centropomus spp.)
includes information about age and growth, distribution and
migration, and feeding habits.
The species account provides information about snook diet,
reproduction, growth parameters, and catch rates.
The purpose of this article is to inform anglers in the Tampa Bay area of Florida about the presence of and what to do with spotted seatrout and snook that are implanted with external dart tags and internal sonic tags.
Learn how you can help reduce catch-and-release mortality.
The Angler Tag Return Hotline is designed to collect data from
anglers regarding tagged fish that have been captured or sighted in
View images of juvenile and adult snook.
Biologists track the movements of the common snook (Centropomus
undecimalis) from the Banana River No-Take Reserve at Kennedy Space
Center into surrounding fishing areas.