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6,640–40,848 40,849–55,764 55,765–89,723 89,724–456,780

U.S. fishing ports represent top commercial fishing ports by landing weight in 2010. Mexico and Cuba fishing ports represent major commercial fishing ports derived from two separate studies. Florida landings represent Florida's West Coast. Mexico and Cuba landings include aquaculture production where as U.S. landings do not. Landing weight for Cuba represents weight of fish captured for the entire country.