Queenfish | Scomberoides commersonnianus

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Common Name: Queenfish
Species Name: Scomberoides commersonnianus

Queenfish are also Known as Leatherskin, Skinny, Skinnyfish and Queenie. Queenfish are bluish black on the upper body and silvery white metallic sheen along the flanks and belly area. Some Larger fish may be yellowish shade underneath. Another distinguishing feature is a line of up to five or more elliptical marks on the flanks above the lateral line. The Queenfish grows up to 120 cm and approximately 11Kg most commonly taken by anglers to around 7kg.

Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australian waters. Inhabiting reefs, sand flats and estuaries.

Light tackle to medium tackle.

chrome lures, Minnows, Poppers surface and Saltwater Fly.

Garfish, mullet, pilchard, fish pieces or strips and live baits.

Queenfish 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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