Pink Snapper (Demersal)

Pink Snapper

Pink Snapper are prized by recreational angles for their delicious taste. Despite its name, it actually belongs to the Sea Bream family and is related to species such as Black Bream and Tarwhine rather than species of the true Snapper family.

Pink Snapper tend to be found in between 20 and 250m of water. They are bottom dwelling but spend some of their lives in the mid to upper water levels. Adults live around reefs and juveniles are common in bays, inlets and estuaries.

RECENT CATCHES

11 th

October 2020

2.500 Kgs - Steve Holt
13 th

September 2020

1.710 Kgs - Steve Holt
23 th

August 2020

3.640 Kgs - Richard Forster
19 th

July 2020

4.684 Kgs - Richard Forster

SEASON BESTS

19 th

July 2020

4.684 Kgs - Richard Forster
23 th

August 2020

3.640 Kgs - Richard Forster
11 th

October 2020

2.500 Kgs - Steve Holt
13 th

September 2020

1.710 Kgs - Steve Holt

Club Record

Richard Forster

 11.725 Kg

03 Aug 2013

Season Best

Richard Forster

 4.684 Kg

19 Jul 2020

Restrictions

Minimum Size

 500 mm

Daily Bag

 2

Mixed Bag

 2 Demersal