- Black sea bass have dangerously sharp spines on their dorsal fin that can puncture human skin.
- The all-tackle world record for black sea bass is 9 pounds, 8 ounces.
- When hooked in deep water and brought quickly to the surface, a black sea bass will often regurgitate its stomach contents.
To inform and engage Americans to foster our conservation legacy while working to nurture, enhance and protect our fish, wildlife and habitat resources on our National Forest System
Supports and advocates science-based, regulated hunting and angling activities; Supports and actively promotes a positive image of field sports, its participants and America's shooting sports heritage; Supports active land management to sustain and benefit a diversity of fish and wildlife habitat and species