Teraglin fish look very similar to mulloway with a few obvious differences. The mouth inside is yellow orange, the tail is concave instead of convex and the body is softer with lighter scales. They taste delicious battered in my opinion!
Pearl Perch are normally found over the deeper reefs but will come in quite close during winter. Very popular amongst fishos for their eating qualities, we frequently catch them on lures and bait during the second half of the year.
Mullaway are also known as Jewfish, and they’re on every anglers hit list. Typically found prowling the estuaries, coastal reefs and wrecks in tight schools. Unfortunately they suffer from over fishing, which hopefully is in the process of being rectified.