Razor fish are a shellfish that can be harvested from the seabed around the sandy blue line at low tide.
When harvesting on foot or in a boat it is reccommended to use razor tongs and wear protective footwear and gloves.
Razorfish are popular eaten cooked or pickled in jars. The heart is similiar to a small scallop and is used for bait to lure the King George Whiting.
You cannot buy Razorfish commercially.
- Minimum legal length: no minimum legal length
- Personal daily bag limit: 25
- Possession limit: 100
- Daily boat limit: 75
- PIRSA is responsible for all beaches below high tide mark
- The District Council of Streaky Bay has signage at five beaches to educate fishermen about the reccommended disposal of Razorfish. Razorfish shells should not be discarded on beaches.