Tarwhine is a beutiful fish and excellent eating

We had Scott’s team onboard, also Nev and Scott R from Cairns, here with a 45 cm tarwhine. They travel in schools, so if you come across fish that are not biting or you can see they are only small, move on to another location to find a school that is bigger in size, they can be found in reef areas, oyster leases in rivers, around piers and their pylons and in weeds beds. For the best baits prawns, sandworms, crabs and marine worms are all very good. tarwhine is sometimes confused with bream because they are very similar.
Tarwhine is best cooked whole, in foil with lemon and your favorite spices.

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