Mayalibit DNK, Kurnia R, Yonvitner. 2014. Bioeconomic analysis for management of yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis, Cuvier and Valenciennes) landed in Karangantu, Banten. Bonorowo Wetlands 4: 49-57. Yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis) is a small pelagic fish which has economically important. The purpose of this study is to find out the economic aspects condition of the Yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis, Cuvier and Valenciennes) population from the Bay of Banten. The models used in this study were Schaefer, Fox, Walter Hilborn, CYP, and Schnute surplus production models. Fox models had the highest coefficient of determination (R2) value than the others surplus production models. This coefficient of determination (R2) value model was 78%, with maximum sustainability yield (MSY) was 89.289 kg/year and its effort (Fmsy) was 2.462 trip/year. Bioeconomic analysis of MEY was 87.517 kg/year and Fmey was 2.001 trip/year. Bioeconomic analysis showed that Factual value greater than Fmsy and Fmey. It indicates that Yellowstripe scad has been in overfishing condition economically. The better management regime is a regime management of MEY because it gets a catch effort and TC that was smaller and larger profit than management of MSY and open access. As plan for fish stock management for Yellowstripe scad in PPN Karangantu are controlling the catches effort and gears selectivity.