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Offline Fishy mick

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black bream
« on: Thu 13 Jun 10:37 2019 »
why is this one in the middle black? They were caught at Rainbow Beach. Several, smaller ones also same colour
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Re: black bream
« Reply #1 on: Thu 13 Jun 16:45 2019 »
Different variety, usually found up the creeks....often has a strong 'iodine' taste, in fact in CQ they call them iodine bream.

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Re: black bream
« Reply #2 on: Thu 13 Jun 18:36 2019 »
Pikey bream. Common north of about yeppoon.

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Re: black bream
« Reply #3 on: Fri 14 Jun 08:04 2019 »
Thanks Red and Mangajack.
I caught them at the Bullock Point boat ramp. Havent seen them before. Quite different to the usual bream. Also caught a few smaller throw backs. I have fished the area for a few years at different times but never caught one of them before.
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