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PostPosted: 30 Jul 2014, 16:24 
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A SCALE 340g + 1% WT
Barber Perch(Caesioperca rasor)
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Largetooth Beardie (Lotella rhacina)
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Butterfly Perch(Caesioperca lepidoptera)
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Spotted Flounder(Ammotretis lituratus)
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King George Whiting(Sillaginodes punctatus)
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Leatherjacket Others O, R, S, M, L
Orange tailed Leatherjacket(Meuschenia flavolineata)
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Rough Leatherjacket(Scobinichtys granulatus)
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Southern Leatherjacket(MeuscheniaAustralis) Female in Background
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Mottled or Gunn's Leatherjacket (Eubalichthys gunnii)
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Lined Leatherjacket (Meuschenia Galii)
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Long Finned Pike(Dinolestes lewini)
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Red Mullet(Upeneichthys Vlamingii)
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Sand Mullet(Myxus Elongatus)
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Silver Spot Cod(Chironemus maculosus)
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Slimy Mackerel(Scomber australasicus)
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True Sweep(Scorpis lineolata)
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Yelloweye Mullet(Aldrichetta forsteri)
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Yellowtail Scad(Trachurus novaezelandiae)
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A SCALE BONUS 340g +1% WT
Blue Morwong(nemadactylus douglasii)
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John Dory(Zeus Faber)
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Common Gurnard Perch(Neosebastes scorpaenoides)
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Jackass Fish(Nemadactylus macropterus)
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Nannygai(Centroberyx affinis)
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Black Sole(Brachirus nigra)
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Tailor(Pomatomus Saltatrix)
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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2014, 10:57 
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who is the Weigh master this year?
who makes the decisions on what Cod is what?
there are 2 in 'A' class and 2 in 'B' Class.

has anyone shot a Silver spot cod?
Bluey Grop Grop?

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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2014, 13:59 
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ozdog wrote:
who is the Weigh master this year?
who makes the decisions on what Cod is what?
there are 2 in 'A' class and 2 in 'B' Class.

has anyone shot a Silver spot cod?
Bluey Grop Grop?

oZ


Apologies for the long winded answer Oz :oops:

1)Weigh master I 'think' is Watto but there are always plenty of others experienced spearos around to offer their opinion in regards to evaluating what species is what?

Before I answer your questions Oz. My solicitor (Nghia) has asked me to say :mrgreen: (before someone tries to shoot me down)

"With the aid/backing of the committee. My objective by updating certain areas of the forum, is to try and reduce the hurdles that a new prospective/current member may encounter by providing them with a resource of basic information that they can easily access to give them the confidence to join or continue participating in club competitions/activities"

I don't claim to be an Fish Expert (Icycthologist). There are plenty of SFD members that have had lots more practical experience identifying fish in the flesh than I have. But I do have as a reference a large collection of fish identification books including some of the most recent books published by the museum of Victoria/Aus.
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2)In regards to two species of each. With many species if there are two of a species that are very hard distinguish, I've put them both up. In some cases it's not practical for me to put up 6 species of victorian flounder.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong with the below info
- Finetooth Beardie and Largetooth Beardie have the same distribution and habitat. They both look very similar, both having white or pale margin on the outer edges of their fins. But fine tooth beardie doesn't get much bigger than 25cm.

- Bearded Rock Cod and Red Cod both come from the same genus. Both have dark black margins on edge of fins. The major difference is the Red Cod has a dark prominent black spot on the upper half of pectoral fin base whereas Bearded rock cod has no dark spot on their pectoral fin.

3) Sorrento boat comp last year Brett's Silver Spot
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4) not sure of last question. But any questions/discussion relating to Blue Groper, #%€£ I'm staying well clear of and probably should be done in a relevant section eg members section

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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2014, 19:25 
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haha I was directing the question to you Buley Grop grop!
lol

Thanks for the info I recon its a great idea. Especially with this years Nationals in Vicco!
That silver spot thing looks ugly as hell! Any edibility on those?
thanks again.
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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2014, 20:08 
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They are basicaly a kelpie with a silver spot. They are a lot more common than people realise but they get mistaken for a normal kelpie. I've never eaten one.

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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2014, 22:24 
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Greg wrote:
They are basicaly a kelpie with a silver spot.

+1 :P
1 of 3 Kelpfish species in southern Australia (other 2: Western and Eastern Kelpfish)

ozdog wrote:
Any edibility on those? oZ

I haven't and don't know anyone that has, but I'm guessing that the unlucky recipient "may" have a similar story to this unlucky fellow.
Sorry nigz but I piss myself everytime I read this :lol:

[quote="nigz"]
this fish tasted like absolute shit. far worse than shit..shit that came from a shit..believe me THE WORST EVER FISH YOU COULD EVER TRY TO EAT. NOTE "TRY"...for the love of God...i wouldnt even wish the taste of this fish onto anyone...mate a kilo of salt wouldnt even mask the taste...but thats not all.....
After consumption of southern sea carp..you'll keep smelling that "smell"...it'll stick to you...everything you eat after that reminds you of the "smell".... its a goddam curse!!!....you go to sleep - you smell it..you type away on your computer - you smell it!!!! its too painfull for me to continue...

just take my word for it...these fish are terrible to eat..never again....

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