Bream in Western River near mouth,nth coast KI SA 28-04-2013
Taken in clean tea colored fresh water of the quite briskly out flowing Western River (really just a stream in world context but South Australia being the driest State of the driest inhabited continent we have to get by!),knee deep water and while intentionally submerging myself and my gear as a preliminary rinse following a scuba dive in the small cove right where the river meets the waves(Western River Cove)
Bream are a common estuary species around the southern half of Australia and are a popular recreational fishing target species.I saw many dozens of all sizes from small juveniles to adults in the 1-200 meters or so of the river that you must walk alongside or in to reach the beach from the car park.Plus a few yellow eye mullet,another popular target species common in our estuaries and inshore waters.
Source: via David Muirhead on Oceandiscover