Common Saw Sharks have a saw type long snout with "teeth" along the edges of the saw
How To Identify:
Common Saw Sharks are easily to identify by the long snout (saw) with the numerous "teeth" along the edges, two tentacles hang from the "saw" about half way along. The body is elongated and almost a flat look. They can grow to about 125 cm (4ft)
How To Catch:
Common saw sharks are not normally targeted by anglers but occasionally caught by anglers fishing for snapper.
In Australia the common saw shark is found in the southern half of Australia, including Tasmania