Hi, may I ask you why you catch fish if you have no idea what it is, or if there are legal size restrictions, let alone possible toxins. Some species are protected, and we all need to be aware of what we are taking. When in doubt. release! No horizontal stripes on this fish, hence my guess as purple wrasse. They look like grouper, they are a member of the wrasse family. Usually you get them by fishing in the rocks. That`s right, I usually do it when it`s an abnormal fish. But I caught it on the dock and some fish commented that it was a wrasse and that the size was good enough to keep. So I followed his advice. But since I was able to get home, I couldn`t find any match in the app or on the NSW website, prompting me to ask for further clarification in this forum. Elegant wrasse Ballina Angelfish Estuarine cod Black cod Queensland giant groper Weedy (common) Sea dragon Eastern blue devil fish Autumn nurse shark Grey nurse shark Great white shark Green sawfish It`s not a blue-throated wrasse we have bluethroats here spears, they`re actually good to eat.
As some have mentioned, you really need to be careful when taking all the types you don`t know, after all, it might be undersized or protected, etc. I saw a black cod posted here some time ago (which may have been published), but it comes with a $5,000 fine and no warning about its status. I saw a boy post a black cod that he had skewer on a forum and that was eventually found by the fisherman. * Catch limit, consisting of a single species or a combination of listed grouped species. 5 in total*. Only 1 tiger, mako, hammerhead shark# or whaler/blue shark. Cockles, mussels (pee only as bait – do not exceed 50 m of tide). (a) the Murrumbidgee River and its tributaries, other than Old Man Creek, from Hume Road at Gundagai to a line 100 m upstream from the spillway wall at Berembed Weir near Ganmain (b) the Murray River and its tributaries from 130 below the Hume Weir near Albury to the Newell Highway Bridge at Tocumwal; All other bodies of water in New South Wales are closed to Murray crabs. Interestingly, I asked my father friend, who is also another fisherman, and he said either a parrotfish or a grouper. But we got it at the dock.
So I don`t know how common it is. I guess it would be a Fucicole Notolabrus Purple Wrasse. All year round in Eastern rivers, eastern dams and classified dams. *Note: Catfish can also be collected from eastern streams. Pocket limits of zero (0) – if caught, please release these species carefully. December to August of each year. Year-round Copeton Dam and Fisheries Management (Special Approval for Murray Cod Removal from Blooming Dam) Order 2020 (PDF, 195.04 KB) The collection of invertebrates in Tidal Protection Areas (APIs) is prohibited. Back to the fish, was it that color when you caught it?. Tuna (albacore tuna, bigeye tuna, long-tailed tuna, southern bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna) Amatteroflight is probably a member whose opinion also deserves to be heard. He is probably the only one of us to have given his name to a species of fish. A catch limit is the maximum number of fish you can collect per person per day, where a property limit is the maximum number a person can have in their possession at any given time, i.e. in your freezer.
I thought today would be as windy as it was earlier this week, but when we got to the dock it was pretty quiet. I started using shrimp and got great results. www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fishing/recreational/fishing-rules-and-regs. Create a new account in our community. It`s simple! Season closure in rivers and estuaries May – August incl. 10 total * Octopus cannot be collected from rock shelves in New South Wales or from rock shelves in Sydney Harbour Upper result. No luck on the flattery, but better than a donut. Continue.
Be sure to post photos here for our experts to help ID and by the way awesome to see another woman enjoying the sport. Non-native fish species (excluding trout and salmon). Omni here is some information that will help you and other thieves while fishing in New South Wales. You can also download an app on your phone to check what you`ve caught. Also check out the datasets section, as we have a very large collection of records. # Only smooth hammerhead sharks can be taken. Large wavy hammerhead sharks are protected species in New South Wales and must be released immediately with minimal damage. Required length – limit of 0 bags – 10 in total of a single species. Catch limit: The maximum number of fish per person per day. Please note that abalone is currently prohibited between Port Stephens and Wreck Bay Beach, Jervis Bay.
Offset in this monster about 35cm long. But no idea what it is? Wrasse in a way? The teeth are definitely sharp. I also found another hook in my mouth. Possession limit: The possession limit is the maximum number of fish per person if you have fished for more than one day, which is double the daily pocket limit, unless otherwise indicated in the table. The ownership restriction also applies to the transportation and storage of fish, but does not apply to the purchase of fish from a registered fish recipient, such as a fish store. Required length – 60 cm Only 1 more than 110 cm Pocket limit – 10 deep-water fish Required length – 0 Pocket limit – Only 2 and boat trip limit of 10 I almost grabbed a huge flat head too, but the line broke when it came to the surface. Well. Email my friend Mark at the Australian Museum. Deep-sea fish (Hapuka, Barcod, Bass Groper, Noblefish+, Blue-eyed Cod) In the table above, the terms “eastern dams” and “eastern rivers” refer to the waters in the watersheds of eastern New South Wales. The dams listed are listed in the table below: The daily limit is the maximum number of fish caught per person per day.
The property limit is the maximum number of fish per person if you have fished for more than one day, which is double the daily pocket limit, unless otherwise stated in the table. The ownership restriction also applies to the transportation and storage of fish, but does not apply to the purchase of fish from a registered fish recipient, such as a fish store. Fish are measured from the tip of the snout to the tip of the tail. Crabs are measured from the back of the orbit to the middle of the back of the carapace. Commercially produced oysters are cleaned before being sold. NSW Health recommends cooking oysters that have not been cleaned as they may contain harmful bacteria. Interesting. I looked at it and the head looks a little different. It was pretty much that color, I can`t remember any color I really noticed when I first saw it. It seems that fish are more active now than they were in the cold of winter. 2 (one or more species), only 1 over 35 cm in river Fishing in trout streams, artificial fly and bait streams and trout spawning grounds from late June to early October long weekend is prohibited.
For more information on trout and salmon fishing rules (PDF, 233.04 KB) and fishing rules for Thompsons Creek Dam (PDF, 180.72 KB), see the NSW Government Gazette.