Fish ID Please 2nd attempt

Fish ID Please 2nd attempt

Caught in 30 meters off Mandurah

GPS on the spot and has turned into ripper dhui spot and more of these.


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The head looks like a

Sat, 2009-09-12 22:21

The head looks like a mowong. they are not buff bream?

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As said in the other thread...

Sat, 2009-09-12 22:25

...by some really smart dude who hadn't seen the photo yet...gold-spotted sweetlips!

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its a dhuie , oops you

Sat, 2009-09-12 22:25

its a dhuie Laughing, oops you meant the other 2 , they look a bit like the gold spot sweetlip , a part of the morwong family, ok to eat if nothing else is available or just use in a curry

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Gold spot sweetlip is

Sun, 2009-09-13 07:25

Gold spot sweetlip is correct.I would have thrown the other one back there not to good on the tooth,

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When my Shetland Collie was

Sun, 2009-09-13 09:11

alive he loved the sweetlip and sambo's, used to cook them up with some boiled rice, bit of garlic, fish and mix it all up, MacDougall loved them.  But now he's gone we throw them back.  Our other dog (now deceased) also loved them, she'd kill for dhui when Bob used to fillet them, bark and bark till he throw her a raw piece of dhui.

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