- 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.
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Our underwater lands are managed to provide access for you to the waters of the state - rivers, lakes, streams and Puget Sound. We also work to serve the continuation of navigation and commerce.
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The Department of Natural Resources is the steward of Washington's aquatic lands and associated resources. Aquatic lands will be managed for current and future citizens of the state to: sustain long-term ecosystem and economic viability; and to ensure access to the aquatic lands and the benefits derived from them.