Cobia (Ling)

    ALSO KNOWN AS:

    Crabeater,
    Sergeantfish,
    Ling, Cabio,
    Cubby Yew,
    Lemonfish


    Harvesting Cobia
    Commercial fishermen do not directly target cobia and only harvest it incidentally while fishing for
    other pelagic species, such as mackerel, or while trawling for shrimp.

    Recreational
    Cobia is popular among recreational fishermen because it’s a large, powerful fish that puts up a
    good fight and provides a tasty meal. Recreational landings make up 90 percent of total landings.
    Recreational fishermen follow the same regulations as commercial fishermen: a daily
    possession limit of two cobia per person, gear restrictions, and a minimum size limit.






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