Camouflage Rockcod | Epinephelus polyphekadion

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Common Name: Camouflage Rockcod
Species Name: Epinephelus polyphekadion

Camouflage Rockcod is also known as the Camouflage Grouper. The Camouflage Rockcods body colour is a creamy brown with scattered irregular darker brown blotches across the body. Tiny dark spot cover the entire body including all the fins. The Camouflage Rockcods Most distinct feature is the dark saddle spot between the soft dorsal fin and tail fin. Juvenile Camouflage Rockcod have a lighter body colour to adult fish, darker spotting is also present as well as the distinctive saddle spot. Growing to approximately 100cm however more common up to 75cm.

Inhabiting clear reef estuary waters and offshore Reefs in Queensland and Northern Territory.

Medium to Heavy Tackle.

Minnow style, Jigs and Soft Plastics.

Garfish, Mullet, Pilchards, Squid, Octopus, Prawns and Crabs.

Camouflage Rockcod Size and Bag Limits

Please Note: Bag limits, minimum and maximum lengths are subject to change and review by your State Fisheries Department.


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