Snapper SW. Florida Fishing

Snapper | Sw. Florida Waters

Appearance: Color is generally red, with yellowish caudal, anal, and pelvic fins. Distinctive and prominent dark comma-shaped blotch at the base of the pectoral fins, which gives the fish its common name. The anal fin is rounded, No black spot found on the side underneath dorsal fin

Habitat: Adult blackfin snapper are found offshore near the continental shelf.

Behavior: Blackfin snapper are sometimes marketed as red snapper. They feed on smaller fishes. This species is not currently eligible for a state record.

Size: Common to 20 inches, larger adults seeking deeper waters.

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