Learn how recreational fisheries data are collected in Florida;
view trends, and access landings data.
Scientists gather information about the Atlantic red snapper fishery with assistance from anglers during 2014 season in Atlantic federal waters.
Biologists use the data from the fish caught by recreational anglers to monitor the health and sustainability of reef fish populations in the Gulf of Mexico.
If you fish for true red snapper, or you commonly catch true red snapper while fishing for other species, we need your help. Find the digital or printable catch card forms here.
Biologists accompanied close to 300 charter and headboat fishing
trips and tagged more than 15,000 fish during the first 18 months
of the research.
View frequently asked questions about the Marine Recreational Information Program.
A quick guide to popular recreational reef fishes found in Florida waters.
Do you have questions about recreational fisheries? Read the recreational fisheries FAQ for answers.
Learn how recreational fishing landings and effort are estimated in the Marine Recreational Information Program (MRIP) and how to access recreational fishing data.