The White Mackerel (Pseudocaranx dentex) is a species of bird in the Carangidae family, native to tropical and warm temperate zones between 40°N and 47°S in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Indian and Pacific Oceans. It has a deep body and greenish color with metallic shades and a dark spot above the gills. The fins are yellow. Trevally are strong fighters and the meat is good to eat when it is a little dry. It is often used as cut bait. Its maximum size is about 120 cm. In New Zealand, this mackerel is known to Maori as araara and is generally confined to the waters north of the Cook Strait, although it sometimes extends as far as Otago in summer. 10 total * The octopus cannot be collected from oceanic rock shelves in New South Wales or from rocky shelves in Sydney Harbour This article related to Carangiformes is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
5 in total*. Only 1 tiger, mako, hammerhead shark# or whaler/blue shark. # Only smooth hammerhead sharks can be taken. Large wavy hammerhead sharks are protected species in New South Wales and must be released immediately with minimal damage. The sturgeon species found in Florida – Acipenser oxyrinchus (Acipenser oxyrinchus), Gulf (A. o. desotoi) and shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) – are protected both federally and in the state of Florida. No person may take, possess or sell sturgeon or parts of sturgeon, or their nests or eggs, except to the extent permitted by a specific federal or state permit.
People who accidentally catch one should immediately release it alive into the water. + All lobsters, crabs, beetles and crabs that carry eggs must be returned to the water. The IGFA world record for the species is 15.25 kg (33 lb 9 oz), caught in 1998 near Tokyo, Japan.  Alligator eggs are only found in Panhandle rivers and weigh over 120 pounds. Their gator-shaped snout is distinct. Due to their limited number, harvesting is limited to those holding a valid scientific collector`s permit. Bag limit: The maximum number of fish or invertebrates per person per day. For fish or invertebrates not listed in the tables below, a maximum of 20 pieces of baggage per day applies. Protected and endangered species cannot be eliminated. Some lakes, rivers (this page) and fish management areas have special pocket and length restrictions. Other fish considered non-wild are not subject to any catch or ownership restrictions unless otherwise specified in the individual fishing area regulations.
Triploid Grass Carp is used to control aquatic vegetation and cannot be stored or harvested without a permit. They reach more than 40 pounds. * Pocket boundary, consisting of a single species or a combination of listed grouped species. Season closure in rivers and estuaries May – August, including possession limit: The maximum number of fish a person can possess at any one time. This includes fish that are also stored elsewhere, for example in the fridge/freezer. For the following species or groups of species: bass and Australian perch, bream and tarwhine, flathead species, tailor, luderrick, jack and blue swimming crab, the property line is twice as high as the daily pocket limit. No person shall ingest more than the following limits of freshwater game in any one day:.