Common Name: Teraglin
Species Name: Atractoscion aequidens
The Teraglin is also known as Trag, Jew and Trag Jew. The body colour of the Teraglin is bluish to a bronzy blue on the upper back and flanks progressing down the body with the sides being silvery and the belly area more silvery white a pinkish bronze hue covers the entire body and head. The dorsal and anal fins are yellowish with the caudal fin more a dusty yellow or greenish bronze and the pectoral and pelvic fin greyish. Teraglin are often confused with Mulloway however the Teraglin has a concave shaped tail whereas the Mulloway convex shaped tail, also the Teraglin is yellow in side the mouth and upper lips while the Mulloway is more orange red. Teraglin can grow up to 20kg and over 1 meter however catches up to the 10kg mark are more common.
Queensland and New South Wales
Squid, Prawns, Yellowtail, Pilchards, Garfish, Mullet and Octopus
Teraglin Size and Bag Limits
Please Note: Bag limits, minimum and maximum lengths are subject to change and review by your State Fisheries Department.[/full_width][/section]