GLADSTONE FISHERY 2018

Crystal Bowl monitoring of the Gladstone Fishery includes data collected from local fishers, the Boyne Tannum Hookup and Queensland Fisheries. Crystal Bowl includes a key to help readers understand which groups access this fishery.

Barramundi are a popular local sports species and targeted by the widest range of fishers accordingly they are considered and iconic species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Coral Trout are an iconic offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Crimson Snapper are a popular offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Mud Crab are a highly prized meal and the most significant commercial species in the Estuary. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Grass Emperor are one of the more commonly targeted inshore reef species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Dusky Flathead are prized by almost all anglers that fish in the estuary. Flathead are easy to locate and can be targeted using a range of lures and baits. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Redthroat Emperor are the most popular offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review here.


Red Emperor are a popular offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review here.



Mangrove Jack are an iconic sportfishing species, prized for their aggressive fighting ability. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here


Yellowfin Bream are a popular species particularly for family fishers as they are common and take a variety of baits. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Saddletail Snapper are a popular offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review here.



Pikey Bream are a popular species particularly for family fishers as they are common and take a variety of baits. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.


Venus Tuskfish are the second most popular offshore species. Read the Crystal Bowl Review Here.