Thanks for playing the Fishing Species Trivia Game which was uploaded on youtube on wed 8th April 2020. Beat the isolation boredom by playing the Name the fish species Fishing Trivia Quiz Game. Simply watch this short video which will show 4 fishing photos zoomed in 50 times. Your task is to guess the fish species by writing your answers in the comments sections.
Your Fishing Species Trivia Answers
Collectively we compiled all of the answers received which was the following breakdown.
Photo 1 – Snook ( 60% ), Whiting ( 20 % ), Mullet ( 10% ), Mulloway ( 10% ) – Well done majority were correct with Snook or Pike
Photo 2 – Salmon ( 50% ), Squid ( 40 % ), Bream ( 5% ), Kingfish ( 5% ) – Many thought this was a squid, however, well-done majority were correct with Australian Salmon
Photo 3 – Snapper/Pinkie ( 100% ) Well done this was the easy one thrown in which was picked up by all.
Photo 4 – Flathead ( 60% ), Redfin ( 20 % ), Whiting ( 5% ), Stingray ( 5% ), Mudskipper ( 5% ), Salmon ( 5% ) – The majority of guesses were for flathead which was incorrect the actual answer being redfin ( english Perch ).
The correct Fishing Trivia answers
1st photo was a Snook/Pike taken on a Savage Gear 8cm fat Curltail soft plastic in motor oil at Campbells Cove
2nd photo was an Australian Salmon taken on a 62mm Savage Gear Sea Missile Metal lure in Green flash at Gunamatta beach
3rd photo was a Snapper taken at Altona on an Octopus jig whilst kayak fishing. Why not have a look at our guide on how to catch Snapper in Port Phillip Bay
4th photo was a Redfin ( English Perch ) taken on a bright Savage Gear Blade from Lake Daylesford
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