Ocean acidification is an additional stressor to many fisheries of today, mostly those targeting calcifier species. Responsible assessment and management of these fisheries should then account for the effect on growth and mortality rates of marine species most sensible to changes in ocean pH conditions. This new environmental stressor could have management implications when determining appropriate rates of exploitation aiming at fisheries biological and economic references points. This chapter explores how to incorporate analytically the effect of ocean acidification on calcifier species in bioeconomic models in data-limited situations with only catch and effort data; and what are the possible dynamic bioeconomic effects of ocean acidification (OA) on calcifier species with different renewability capacities. It presents a bioeconomic biomass dynamic model with OA effects built in the natural growth of biomass function. This model explores the OA effect on fisheries targeting species with different renewability capacity.