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An edible herbivorous fish of Australasian coastal waters and estuaries.Also called blackfish
- ‘Head around into the boat harbour with some berley and the luderick should be there.’
- ‘Other fish on the go are pan-size bream, luderick and drummers (off the rocks) with some large flathead ambushing bait in and around the shallows.’
- ‘The luderick are also poking about in their usual haunts.’
- ‘The luderick are coming on and off around Munsies Bridge and the Porpoise Wall.’
- ‘The bream and luderick have also started to fire around the Evans River walls.’
- ‘The luderick are still in the local haunts and the outside lads have not much to gloat about at all.’
- ‘The luderick are in amongst bream at the Evans walls while main beach has had some nice whiting being caught between the north wall and surf club.’
- ‘Around Munsies Bridge is another good spot for luderick on either one of the approaches.’
- ‘The best bait for crabs is the frame of a fish that has been filleted, eg mullet, luderick, bream etc.’
- ‘At Evans some nice bream and luderick are getting along the north wall.’
- ‘A few bream and possibly a luderick around the gap could be bagged.’
- ‘Bream are still around with the luderick in the local haunts as well.’
Late 19th century: from Ganay (an Aboriginal language) ludarag.
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