Nannygai (AKA – Redfish)
Schools around rocky reefs and muddy bottoms in depths of between 5-400 metres. It feeds off a wide variety of small fish, crustaceans and molluscs fastened to rocks. Beautiful eating and a south coast offshore staple, they grow to 76cm and almost 5kg in weight, but are usually caught at less than half that size. Demand for Nannygai was small until their name was changed for marketing purposes to “Redfish” it is now a very popular table fish with a delicate to mild and slightly sweet taste.Usually caught commercially by longlining day boats
Koombana seafoods, Bunbury
Goldband Snapper line caught, Greg Brodie, Exmouth
Gummy Shark, Jason Scimone, Bunbury
Saltwater Barramundi wild caught, FV Ocean Myst, Darwin
Atlantic Salmon from Houn Valley, Tasmania
Shark Bay Tiger Prawns from Corriea Bros and
large Shark Bay/Abrolhos Scallops from Farwest Seafoods.
Redfish, supporting local fishers, local companies & local jobs.
Our portion sizes are average 190g for fish fillets