Jew fish

The jew fish is a species of fish that is caught off the coast of Broome, Western Australia. It is a large, slow-moving fish that can grow up to 1.5 m in length and weigh up to 70 kg. The jew fish has a distinctive brown or grey coloration and is known for its slow, deliberate movements. It is found in nearshore waters and around structures such as jetties, breakwaters, and rocky outcroppings.

Habitat: Nearshore waters and around structures

Feeding Behaviour: The jew fish feeds on a variety of prey, including crustaceans, small fish, and squid. It is a slow swimmer and relies on ambush tactics to capture its prey.

Species Info

Male Average Length: 150cm

female Average Length: 150cm

Male Average Weight: 70Kg

Female Average Weight: 70Kg

Best Fishing Methods: The best fishing methods for catching the jew fish include slow trolling or drifting with live bait, jigs or soft plastics, or casting with large lures or bait.

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