What is the legal size for trevally in South Australia?

What is the legal size for trevally in South Australia?

Size (length and weight): Up to 1.2 metres and 18 kg. Commonly found at 35‑60 cm in length and 0.4‑2.5 kg.

Is there a size limit on trevally?

Fishers can take up to 20 trevally as part of their combined daily bag limit (except in the South-East and Southland fisheries management areas including the Fiordland Marine Recreational Fishing Area where the limit is 30 within a combined daily bag limit of 30 finfish) and the MLS is 25 cm in all areas.

Are trevally good eating?

TREVALLY has firm, dense, slightly oily meat. They can be dry if overcooked, but Grilled, BBQ’d or Pan Fried lightly they are a pleasant eating fish.

What is the best bait for trevally?

The best baits for trevally are small cubes of pilchard, skipjack or any other common baitfish. If trevally are schooling on the surface and feeding on krill they may take a small trolled lure, jig or softbait cast into the school.

How big is a trevally?

It is the largest fish in the genus Caranx, growing to a maximum known size of 170 cm (67 in) and a weight of 80 kg (176 lbs). The giant trevally inhabits a wide range of marine environments, from estuaries, shallow bays and lagoons as a juvenile to deeper reefs, offshore atolls and large embayments as an adult.

How big is a giant trevally?

5.7 feet
This silver to gold species is the largest of the trevally fishes, and may grow up to 5.7 feet (1.7 m) in length and can weigh well over 100 pounds (45 kg).

Is a skippy a trevally?

Most often called skipjack trevally or skippy, silver trevally are a bread-and-butter staple in the southern half of Australia and an important recreational fishing target in WA. They are found from Exmouth in WA across the southern part of the country to southern Queensland — often in big schools.

What is the boat limit for King George whiting in South Australia?

King George Whiting Possession limit is one of the following: 72 fish. 10 kg of fillets. 36 fish and up to 5kg of fillets where a person has both fish and fillets.

Does trevally need to be bled?

They are excellent smoked. For peak eating quality, trevally should be bled immediately after capture which is also the perfect preparation for a feed of sashimi.

How big does a fish have to be to keep it?

The minimum size limit is 24 inches fork length (PDF)(opens in new tab), except that up to five fish less than 24 inches fork length may be taken or possessed.

Is trevally high in mercury?

Other fish and seafood that are low mercury levels include: prawns, lobsters, and bugs; squid and octopus; snapper; salmon and trout; Trevally; Whiting; Herring; Anchovy; Bream; Mullet; Garfish.