• The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council is considering a new rule amendment affecting South Florida recreational anglers who bring wahoo and dolphin back from the Bahamas. Amendment 7 to the Dolphin Wahoo Fishery Management Plan would allow fishers to land fillets in the United States instead of requiring that fish be kept intact. Anyone returning to the United States from the Bahamas with fillets on board would be subject to both Bahamian and U.S. regulations. That means possessing a valid Bahamian fishing and cruising permit; having no more than a total combined catch of 18 tuna, kingfish, dolphin and wahoo on board; having no more than 10 dolphin per person and no more than two wahoo per person. Public comments will be accepted through Nov.20; email DWAmendment7comments@safmc.net. A public webinar will be held Nov. 18 and registration is required at safmc.net. To read the amendment, go to http://safmc.net/Meetings/PublicHearingsandScopingMeetings/. The council will consider the measure at a meeting Dec. 2-6 in Wilmington, N.C.