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Offline Cooked Nate

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What fish are these?
« on: Mon 30 Apr 15:44 2018 »
Hooked up in the Gold Coast canals...

Is it a mackerel and a long fin trevally?

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Re: What fish are these?
« Reply #1 on: Mon 30 Apr 15:57 2018 »
Top looks like a Queenfish, the bottom a ponyfish
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Re: What fish are these?
« Reply #2 on: Mon 30 Apr 18:51 2018 »
Top looks like a Queenfish, the bottom a ponyfish

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Re: What fish are these?
« Reply #3 on: Thu 3 May 14:32 2018 »
The top one is a double spotted queenfish Scomberodies lysan and the bottom one is the ponyfish Leiognathus equulus.
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