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What is a good size Australian Salmon?

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The minimum legal size is 21cm and a daily bag limit of 20 over legal size. Salmon vary in size when fishing small estuary systems you can stumble upon large schools which are quite small in size. However, in the bay and surf, you can catch them much bigger typical catches between 35-55cm and some bigger.

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