POTM Submission. John Dory

POTM Submission. John Dory

Thought i would throw up my John Dory as a POTM contender. Went 48cm and 2.14kg. Got it on a SP whilst targeting Dhuis in about 50m of water off Busselton. Of course it was eaten, and my word they really do taste amazing :-)

 

Cheers, Buz.


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 How goods that! 

Thu, 2017-01-05 12:37

 How goods that! 

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effort

Thu, 2017-01-05 13:00

nice effort!

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 Interesting looking fish

Thu, 2017-01-05 17:28

 Interesting looking fish those....taste good to, well done 

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That is one top eating fish.

Thu, 2017-01-05 23:04

That is one top eating fish.

I've only ever caught one, about 17-18 years ago out from Rockingham.

It's hard to name your favourite eating fish, but if I was forced to pick one it would be John Dory !

Sadly the one I caught fought like a wet sock......................

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Awesome

Thu, 2017-01-05 23:07

Nice work Buz.

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Used to catch them very

Fri, 2017-01-06 08:09

Used to catch them very regularly in New Plymouth NZ as a youngster on my fathers boat. Then considered the "Red Emp" of NZ.
Oh I wish there was more around here, but I suspect they are happy to stalk Bullseyes etc and cant compete with the more aggressive Pinks, Dhu's, blackarse etc for regular baits, arti's.
Have seen a few diving over the years when I did.

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Got a large one two years ago off Garden Island

Sun, 2017-01-08 21:41

Brilliant photo brings back a great memory and yes boy was it good to eat, whole mulie on a gang in 50 metres so around 17km offshore from memory ....would love to catch more but a real fluke perhaps once in a lifetime around Perth