Where can I find golden trevally?

Where can I find golden trevally?

Thick-lipped with golden pectoral fins and yellow breast and belly, this free-swimming marine fish is available wild caught. It is found from coastal to off-shore waters around most of Australia (except the very southern coast), often near reefs or seagrass beds where it feeds on smaller schooling fish.

Is trevally high in mercury?

Other fish and seafood that are low mercury levels include: prawns, lobsters, and bugs; squid and octopus; snapper; salmon and trout; Trevally; Whiting; Herring; Anchovy; Bream; Mullet; Garfish.

Can you smoke trevally?

Related Recipes Trevally is superb when smoked, and our version is well balanced with a medium smokiness that compliments the naturally full flavoured fish.

What do pilot fish do?

The pilot fish (Naucrates ductor) is a fish that lives in many places of the world. They live in warm water. Pilot fish usually gather around sharks (also rays and sea turtles). They eat parasites on their host, and small pieces of food that their host does not eat (leftovers).

How big does a golden trevally SASER get?

Golden Trevally or Karang Saser is a relatively large fish, growing to a maximum recorded size of 120 cm in length and 15.0 kg in weight. The Golden Trevally’s colour is the species most prominent distinguishing feature, and for which it acquired its common names.

Where does the golden trevally live in the world?

Golden trevally are recorded from many Indian Ocean islands including Madagascar, Seychelles and The Maldives. In the Pacific, the species is spread throughout the South East Asian and Indonesian archipelago north mainland China and Japan and south to eastern Australia and New Zealand.

What kind of fish does the golden trevally follow?

Golden trevally often follow large fish such as this giant grouper. The golden trevally is found either as a solitary individual or in small schools as an adult. Juveniles tend to form larger schools which tend to congregate and follow ( or “pilot”) larger fish such as groupers, sharks, and even jellyfish.

Which is monotypic genus does the golden trevally belong to?

The golden trevally is the only member of the monotypic genus Gnathanodon, which is one of the thirty genera in the jack and horse mackerel family Carangidae, which in turn is part of the order Carangiformes. The species was scientifically described for the first time by the Swedish naturalist Peter Forsskål in 1775.