FWC Marine Fisheries Workshops

Cobia Workshops

Staff have heard concerns about cobia in recent years and are collecting public input on this fishery. 

Cobia is currently open year-round and has a minimum size limit of 33 inches fork length and a daily bag limit of one fish per person with a total of six fish per vessel.

Attend a public workshop to share your input on cobia.

You can also comment on this and other topics at MyFWC.com/SaltwaterComments

For your online comments to be considered at the July 10-11 Commission meeting, please submit input no later than June 15.

Meeting locations and dates (6-8 p.m. local time):

  • Tallahassee - May 16 - LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library, 200 W. Park Ave.
  • Pensacola - May 18 - Sanders Beach-Corinne Jones Research Center Parks & Recreation Department - 913 South I St.
  • Destin - May 22 - Destin Community Center - 101 Stahlman Ave.
  • Panama City - May 23 - Gulf Coast State College, Enrollment Services Bldg., Room 124/The Gardner Room, 5230 W. U.S. Highway 98
  • Statewide webinar - May 24 (6-8 p.m. EST) - Webinar instructions
  • St. Petersburg - May 25 - FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, Karen A. Steidinger Auditorium - 100 Eight Ave. SE


FWC Facts:
Fish Camp is a week-long program where kids are emerged in fun activities that teach aquatic education, conservation, stewardship, safe boating and paddling, and of course fishing.

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