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11 hours ago, Jono4500 said:

https://youtu.be/DH16HbgHikM hey drop bear have a look. I've never seen an Aussie do it, I wouldn't, and would not recommend any1 do it. 

 

 

These are different fish to those we get in Aus. Do not eat the Aussie ones - they will kill you.

"Along with related toadfish species, it is known in Australia as a "toadie." As with other fish of this family, the flesh is poisonous, due to tetrodotoxin, and eating the fish can have fatal consequences."

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12 hours ago, Jono4500 said:

https://youtu.be/DH16HbgHikM hey drop bear have a look. I've never seen an Aussie do it, I wouldn't, and would not recommend any1 do it. 

 

 

Good advice. I am not gonna give it a go. Interesting video though, thanks.

"Like most toadfishes, the species is very toxic and should not be eaten."

https://australian.museum/learn/animals/fishes/common-toadfish-tetractenos-hamiltoni-gray-richardson-1843/

 

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13 hours ago, Jono4500 said:

https://youtu.be/DH16HbgHikM hey drop bear have a look. I've never seen an Aussie do it, I wouldn't, and would not recommend any1 do it. 

 

 

Catching toadies while cousins of our Mangrove Jack are swimming around them. 

Damn yanks are back da front. 

 

 

Anyone know what those Jack looking fish are called over in the US? 

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