Florida's Lionfish Control Efforts

Visit MyFWC.com/Lionfish to learn more about the lionfish invasion, statewide control programs and ways to get involved!

Become a Reef Ranger!

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Reef Rangers pledge to remove invasive lionfish from local reefs of their choice and do their part in statewide control efforts.

Lionfish Removal & Awareness Festival

May 2019

Celebrate the Lionfish Removal and Awareness festival and Emerald Coast Open tournament May 18-19 in Destin.

Lionfish Harvest Charter Program - Get involved today!

Goal: Encourage dive charters to conduct lionfish-specific harvesting trips to increase the number of lionfish hunters and lionfish removed from Florida waters.

More than 540,000 lionfish removed from Florida waters from 2014-2018

Map of Florida Artificial Reefs

Explore the interactive map to view the public reefs in Florida and see where divers have been removing lionfish. Become a Reef Ranger and adopt a reef near you to protect your local reefs from invasive lionfish.

Sign up today and receive a free Lionfish Control Team t-shirt, tank sticker and magnet!

The current leader board

Blue Indian caught a total of 438 lionfish.

Nashville Predator Dive Team caught a total of 370 lionfish.

Nativeendeavors@gmail.com caught a total of 357 lionfish.

Capt. Tj caught a total of 120 lionfish.

FranksTanksDSD caught a total of 92 lionfish.

Team of the Month: Nashville Predator Dive Team

Sign up to become a Reef Ranger and share a photo or story about your harvest and you could see your team featured here as team of the month!