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'Lionfish Demise' submitted by Harry Booth.  This lionfish was found in 63 ft. of water on the sand at 11:00 AM, July 4, 2010, and was terminated at 11:15 AM.
This photo was submitted by Erin Porter of Force-E.  This impaled lionfish was taken on August 6, 2010 on the third reef line between Grouper Bend and Razzel Dazzel in 55 ft. of water.
Photos of Lionfish Taken by Local Divers

*WARNING* THESE PHOTOS ARE EXTREMELY GRAPHIC!
These photos are of Lionfish killed by local divers and were taken off the South Florida coast. Click on each to enlarge the photo and view the detailed caption below.  

To submit your photo for consideration, please email them to: Lionfish@LionfishHunters.org
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Erin Porter
Force-E
'Double Shot'  - This two with one shot photo was submitted by Vone Research on August 8, 2010, after Captain Jerry Turmaine of Parrot Island Scuba gave us the address (GPS location) of several lionfish sightings on the Antbeds. Five lionfish were taken that day.
Submitted by
Vone Research and
Parrot Island Scuba
This photo was submitted by Wes Gruver on August 12, 2010 who speared two different lionfish off Pompano Beach, FL in 100’ of water.  This is a 17 inch long lionfish. Yes that’s right, 17 inches!!!  Alecia Adamson of Reef.org says it is the largest lionfish shot in Florida that she is aware of.
This photo was submitted by Wes Gruver on August 12, 2010 who speared two different lionfish off the coast of Pompano Beach, FL in 100’ of water.  This is a 13 inch long lionfish.
Submitted by
Vone Research and
Parrot Island Scuba
Submitted by
Wes Gruver
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth.  This 4 inch long lionfish was found in 65 feet of water off the coast of Pompano Beach and terminated on August 15, 2010.
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Wes Gruver
Submitted by Vone Research on August 8, 2010, after Captain Jerry Turmaine of Parrot Island Scuba gave us the address (GPS location) of several lionfish sightings on the Antbeds. Five lionfish were taken that day.
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted for
Brian Perry
Window to Nature, LLC
Submitted for
Brian Perry
Window to Nature, LLC
Submitted for
Brian Perry
Window to Nature, LLC
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
This photo was submitted by Wes Gruver for Brian Perry with Window to Nature, LLC. On August 18, 2010 they hit the “Yellow Brick Road” off the beach in Hollywood, Florida.  They saw 7 lionfish and shot 5, including this 2 with 1 shot.
This photo was submitted by Wes Gruver for Brian Perry with Window to Nature, LLC. On August 18, 2010 they hit the “Yellow Brick Road” off the beach in Hollywood, Florida.  They saw 7 lionfish and shot 5.
This photo was submitted by Wes Gruver for Brian Perry with Window to Nature, LLC. On August 18, 2010 they hit the “Yellow Brick Road” off the beach in Hollywood, Florida.  They saw 7 lionfish and shot 5.
This photo was submitted by
Harry Booth. This lionfish was found in 60 feet of water on September 5, 2010
along with two others.  Only one was eradicated.
This photo was submitted by
Harry Booth. This lionfish was found in 60 feet of water on September 5, 2010
along with two others.  Only one was eradicated.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This lionfish was speared while snorkeling in 20 feet of water just off the Copenhagen on October 2, 2010 at 1:30 P.M.  His body length was 6-1/2 inches long.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This lionfish was the first of two speared while diving in 60 feet of water just off Pompano Beach on October 11, 2010. His body length was 7 inches long.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This lionfish was the second to be speared while diving in 60 feet of water just off Pompano Beach on October 11, 2010. His body length was 7 inches long.
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Dean Bethel, Freeport
Grand Bahama, Bahamas
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This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 8" black lionfish was terminated off Anglins Pier off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale in 28 feet of water on March 16, 2011.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 8" black lionfish was terminated off Anglins Pier off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale in 28 feet of water on March 16, 2011.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 5" lionfish was terminated off Anglins Pier off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale in 30 feet of water on March 25, 2011.
This photo was submitted by Dean Bethel. This lionfish was terminated off the coast of Freeport, Grand Bahama in the Bahama Islands on April 3, 2011.

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lionfish here!
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lionfish here!
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 14" black lionfish was found in 60 feet of water and terminated off the coast of Pompano Beach, FL on July 15, 2011.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 16" black lionfish was found in 35 feet of water and terminated off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale, FL on August 22, 2011.
This photo was submitted by Harry Booth. This 16" black lionfish was found in 35 feet of water and terminated off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale, FL on August 22, 2011.
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth
Submitted by
Harry Booth