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  • Bream, Yellowfin/black

    41 9.28%
  • Barramundi

    75 16.97%
  • Yellowtail kingfish

    16 3.62%
  • Murray Cod

    14 3.17%
  • Golden Perch

    5 1.13%
  • Trout, Brown/Rainbow

    2 0.45%
  • Mulloway

    20 4.52%
  • Snapper

    96 21.72%
  • Mackerel (all species)

    27 6.11%
  • Drummer

    3 0.68%
  • Billfish (Marlin,Sailfish, Swordfish)

    13 2.94%
  • Luderick

    3 0.68%
  • Aus Salmon

    4 0.90%
  • Threadfin Salmon (Both types)

    8 1.81%
  • Queenfish

    1 0.23%
  • Tuna (all species)

    10 2.26%
  • Australian Bass

    19 4.30%
  • Saratoga

    3 0.68%
  • Coral Trout

    38 8.60%
  • Red Emperor

    44 9.95%
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  1. #31

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    AUSFISH.
    Do I get a prize.


  2. #32
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    Given the response to wayno's posts perhaps stonefish needs to be added as a choice?

    Just sayin
    Cheers

    Funchy
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  3. #33

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    haha yes they seem to have a bit of a cult following, the ol stonies.

  4. #34

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    I have caught and eaten most of the fish on the list but in my opinion the Mangrove jack beats them all.
    cheers
    greg
    IS THAT A ROD IN MY POCKET OR AM I JUST HAPPY TO BE FISHING

  5. #35

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Flathead for sure!

  6. #36

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Garfish - The poor man's marlin
    Ross

    May your lines be as tight as ....

  7. #37

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Red Terrors all the way!

    Cuzza

  8. #38

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Jack.....without a doubt....but doesnt get a mention......huh????

  9. #39

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Mangrove jack

  10. #40

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Changing my favourite from Flathead to Squire/Snapper thanks to mossy

    Cheers,
    Jack

  11. #41

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    I have given this subject some long and serious thought..and the result is: any fish that is stupid enough to get on my line.

  12. #42

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    I voted for Aus Salmon. I have caught almost all the species on that list (except billfish, saratoga and murray cod) and I reckon just for sheer fun to catch (dont worry about edibility) the Sambos win everytime (apart from maybe yellowtail king and tuna(they are the only ones that would stand a chance when trying to swim in the opposite direction to a big sambo. Just my 2 cents.

  13. #43

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    I Like'em all anchovie > Zebra fish
    but pound for pound i live to fight rat kings on hard body surface lures extra light gear , especialy when i can hand a loaded rod to my daughter
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  14. #44

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Hahahaha now thats funny charlie, but i would be bloody happy if any fish hopped on my line ay jack hahahaha oh well back to drawing board lmao Now the best fish and most popular of course is the one my mate gave me!!! woohooo Had no idea what it was tho??? but it sorta tasted ok i think? lmao
    Well happy fishing anglers...in the end doesn't matter what fish is popular as long as ya enjoyed the fight!

    Cheers
    Billy (The crazy kiwi)

  15. #45

    Re: Australia's most popular Fish

    Whiting
    Tailor
    Mullet (Love 'em)

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