Mark the navy chief is back fishing with us a second time in as many months. Always cheerful and fun to fish with, Mark added more sailfish and other catches to his species list. [Read more…] about Early June in Rompin With Mark Banns
The Queenfish or ‘queenie‘ is a popular gamefish found throughout the tropical waters. They are a powerful fish and is a great light-tackle sport fish – frequently entertaining with acrobatic leaps in their efforts to throw the hook.
Locally known as Ikan Talang, the Queenfish (Scomberoides commersonnianus) is the largest of 4 species of queenfish found in tropical waters. They are powerful, swift pelagic fish and grow to more than 120cm and have been recorded at 16kg (Ref. 40637). They are sexually mature at 63cm. Most Queenies
Fish does not have ears and thus cannot hear us. That’s good news right?
The actual fact is fish do have internal ears in their head but they are next to useless. But they ‘listen’ for vibrations that travels through water using their lateral lines along [Read more…] about Fishy Facts: CAN FISH HEAR?