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The gurnard are in terrific condition, big and fat!(read more)
Well, the great baitfish/work-up fishing has continued over August and into September. Here are some of the areas we have been fishing...(read more)
With a hint of spring in the air we are starting to hear of the odd snapper and kingfish being caught, and it’s only a few short weeks until their presence make a welcome return in big numbers. Gurnard have shown up in good numbers on the sand out off Titahi Bay and off Pukerua Bay, with these areas producing plenty of these spring time favourites.(read more)
With Scallop season starting today for many areas around New Zealand (check your local area for any changes or closures), Joe Dennehy shares his tips on how to make the most of the season.(read more)
At this time of the year fishing in the harbour can be challenging but kahawai, gurnard and trevally are all about and in reasonable numbers...(read more)
With a hint of Spring in the air, it is pleasing to see that the Gurnard have started to show up in good numbers on the West Coast, and on the South Coast...(read more)
Over the last week we have enjoyed some great mid winter weather with light winds, calm seas and sunshine. It's been a great window to get out and into some top fishing action.(read more)
"Within minutes a workup formed less than a kilometre away with splashes on the surface and gannets diving from a very shallow angle, which means that the prey fish were very close to the surface."(read more)
Well what a month we have had with huge pilchard workups both close into the land and out wide. The workups closer to the land have been all along the East Coast Bays, hard up against the inner islands...(read more)