They are the largest reef-dwelling fish in the world, growing up to 3.65 metres long and weighing up to 400 kg.
Red snapper can grow to about 40 inches, weigh up to 50 pounds and live more than 50 years.
The large and very sharp canine teeth are a distinctive trademark of Mangrove Jack and deserve respect as they can cause nasty injuries to the unwary.
A Barramundi’s age is determined by counting growth rings on their scales.
Young giant groupers are yellow with black markings, but their colour changes to a duller green-grey or brown when they get older.
They have deeply forked tails set on thin stalks and swim swiftly, often with the dorsal fin above the water surface.
A GOOD sized golden snapper or fingermark, is a welcome sight for any hungry angler fishing in our tropical waters.
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