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There are some big gurnard in the harbour, some good snapper are turning up and the trevally fishing has been as good as it gets...(read more)
I am pleased to report that all is looking good with snapper turning up out on the worm beds closer in around the 12-14 meter mark on the northern side of Rangitoto...(read more)
There has been some great action at times over the shallow foul towards the southern end of the bay – Urititi, Waipu Rivermouth and the Langs Beach-Waipu Cove area.(read more)
The great winter fishing has continued right through the first month of spring with big schools of pilchards and anchovies providing quality nourishment for all sorts of marine predators(read more)
The spring north westerlies are here and this signals the start of the fishing season for those fisho's that packed away their gear over winter.(read more)
Well I certainly wouldn't want to be a snapper out in the Gulf at the moment!(read more)
Not only was the workup fishing great, we also managed some bulky kingfish up to 16kg from the top of Coromandel.(read more)
Consistently windy weather and plenty of rain have greatly reduced the fishing opportunities in recent weeks, but the outlook for Wednesday just got better and better.(read more)
Mostly I like to target an early morning fish on the turn of the tide as generally you will find the wind will drop off just prior to the turn of the tide.(read more)
There have been some amazing workups down in the firth as the bait gets trapped down there and massacred by the mammals, birds and predator fish.(read more)