Read the most current stock assessment for striped mullet in Florida, published December 2014.
Read the most current stock assessment for common snook in Florida, published June 5, 2013.
This article provides an assessment of the status of spotted
seatrout in Florida waters through 2009.
This article provides a stock assessment of the status of Red
Drum through 2007.
Read the most current stock assessment for striped mullet in Florida, published December 2008.
This article provides a stock assessment for pompano,
Trachinotus carolinus, in Florida waters through 2005
This article provides an assessment of the status of yellowtail
snapper in the southeast United States through 2003.
This article is an update on commercial and recreational
landings of halfbeak species and fishing effort, as well as a
review of biological characteristics and a preliminary assessment
of the fishery.
Silver mullet are popular baitfish in the sport fishery, are
commercially exploited, and they are also ecologically important as
primary consumers in the food chains of coastal and estuarine
waters. Little is known about silver mullet species in Florida.
This summary report to the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission discusses the status of the white grunt,
Haemulon plumeri, on the east coast of Florida.
This article provides a stock assessment for east coast
weakfish, including estimated total landings in 2000, preliminary
estimates for 2000, and additional statistics.
This stock assessment, produced in 2001, addresses commercial and recreational landings, effort, condition of the stock, and additional statistics.
As one alternative to the age-structure sequential population
analysis model (Legault and Turner, 1999), a Delury depletion model
(Hilborn and Walters, 1992) was used to estimate fishing mortality
for greater amberjack.
This report provides an update to the Marine Fisheries Commission on the status of the Spot, Leiostomus xanthurus, fishery in Florida.
This article is an update of the status of the Atlantic croaker, Micropogonias undulatus, fishery in Florida as reported to the Marine Fisheries Commission.