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PostPosted: 27 Dec 2011, 10:13 
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couple of pics of S.A. Xmas crays. window for diving was xmas eve....


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PostPosted: 27 Dec 2011, 10:52 
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Nice work oz, looks like a jem spot .


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PostPosted: 27 Dec 2011, 11:49 
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the brown mullet wrote:
Nice work oz, looks like a jem spot .



Maybe a Jem spot before Oz found it hahaha...na great stuff Oz!!


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went down to tass 4 a spear,, wiss was prefect, bit of a fresh breezes but a good dive.
under 50 minutes
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Have fun chewing the one on the right.

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Greg wrote:
Have fun chewing the one on the right.


Not a problem, he was tasty as.... cooked him in the oven howl in foil, super good eat.


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PostPosted: 15 Jan 2012, 10:25 
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that catch was surely not worthy of a photo.


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PostPosted: 17 Jan 2012, 11:38 
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whats the second last fish on the right?

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Rasmus Sørensen wrote:
Greg wrote:
Have fun chewing the one on the right.


Not a problem, he was tasty as.... cooked him in the oven howl in foil, super good eat.


Surely you lie, unless they are different down there? Or your Polish............ :shock:

Gotta be a mutated Zeb Trent, you know how it is in Tassie. Keep it in the family and all.

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This is one I've been pondering for a while.

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^ Butterfish, Odax pullus. NZ only fish. Darts around in the weed, herbivore. Absolutely delicious, a bit mushy if overcooked.

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^ Herring Cale, Odax cyanomelas. Australia only fish. Same weedeating habits. Terrible taste?

Has anyone on here actually tried to eat one?

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Go for it Kiwi. ( Dont forget to write a report )

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I've been eyeing these guys off (herring cale) for a while. Every ocean dive I do where there's kelp, they're everywhere! Havent shot one...

There seems to be mixed reports about their table quality though... mind you, I shot an eastern kelpfish once and thought that that didnt cook up too badly....


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mind you, I shot an eastern kelpfish once and thought that that didnt cook up too badly....


:shock: OK, you first on the cale then

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I should really qualify that statement a bit more.... crumbed and fried with a lot of herbs in the breadcrumbs and the kelpfish came out .... eatable. Bland, but certainly not horrid. Wouldn't shoot one again, but eating it certainly wasn't the worst experience of my life.


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ossk wrote:
I should really qualify that statement a bit more.... crumbed and fried with a lot of herbs in the breadcrumbs and the kelpfish came out .... eatable. Bland, but certainly not horrid. Wouldn't shoot one again, but eating it certainly wasn't the worst experience of my life.


Your tongue must be broken then!

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