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The worm beds and channels have been consistently fishing well and here's the latest from Bruce Duncan on where to go for the best catches over the next couple of weeks...(read more)
The recent round of fantastic weather has meant perfect conditions to get out and enjoy what Coromandel has to offer... Rob Fort provides the latest update(read more)
It's great to see a massive change in the way the snapper have moved into the Hauraki Gulf this season with good numbers of snapper just beyond Rangitoto right out on the worm beds(read more)
We were about to move again when we caught a fish so decided to stay another ten minutes. Around 8 minutes later all three rods were loaded up and it didn’t stop from there on. Needless to say we stayed! That is not an unusual scenario out west...(read more)
As the fishing has been so hot for so long we knew it couldn't last forever – accordingly we weren't surprised but we were disappointed!(read more)
Yay for November snapper fishing! Headed out from Tamaki Estuary aboard Craig Stewart's lovely Rayglass Legend 2500, accompanied by Rayglass' Ian Sullivan and fellow NZ Media staff member Scott Taylor. Beautiful day with 7-10 knot nor'easters. Tried Motuora first, but despite promising sign, it w(read more)
It’s been a real mixed bag on the weather front this week and the same can be said with the fishing. The afternoons have been producing the better bite times...(read more)
Wowee! If you like work-ups and snapper hand-over- fist, then get out on the Hauraki Gulf now...(read more)
With too many big kingfish and almost certainly too many consumed beverages to count, we returned to the Hauraki Gulf and instantly got stuck back into snapper slow-jigging....(read more)