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Second dogtooth tuna caught at Jervis Bay in NSW

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AT least two dogtooth tuna have been caught land-based at Jervis Bay, NSW this year, much further south of where the species has ever been recorded on the East Coast.

Both times the doggies have been caught by anglers spinning the rocks for small tuna to use as livebait with this latest fish caught by Darko Miljić.

Dogtooth are a tropical tuna and a member of the Scombridae family, which includes mackerels, tunas and bonitos.

Dogtooth tend to congregate around coral reefs.....

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