National Geographic : 1927 Jan
©Sport and General Press Agency, ILtd. WHERE THE SEA "BOIIS" WITH FISH Acres of sea salmon and trevally off New Zealand's shores afford a rich harvest for birds, which not only feed on the fish, but afford fishermen a conspicuous guide to the shoals of sea food. This salmon is of a mottled silver-green color and averagesfrom eight toten pounds; the trevally isone of the forty-two most valuable and plentiful of the ninety varieties of edible fishes caught in New Zealand waters. This remarkable photograph was taken off the northeast coast of the Auckland provincial district, near the Bay of Islands (see, also, text,page 103).