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Yellow finned bream

Yellow finned breamYellow finned bream get their name from their yellow fins. They are a silvery grey colour on top with a white underside. They are an excellent sporting and eating species and the staple fishing species for most recreational fishermen in coastal NSW.

Bream are another species under culture at Aquablue Seafoods. At this stage they are just a sideline species. Unfortunately Bream are relatively slow growing so are not a key target species for us at the moment. They do grow large - over 4kgs in size - but take a long time to get there … over 7 years. Generally smaller bream around the 400 gram mark take 3 years to reach this size so are not a commercially viable proposition.

Small bream do make great aquarium pets and, being quite hardy, will live in both marine and freshwater. Most of our bream breeding activities are focused on supplying fingerlings to the aquarium trade, other aquaculture facilities and for research purposes.

Bream are winter breeders, breeding in marine salt water.

Yellow finned bream in 
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