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Light winds (mostly) and calm seas means pretty much endless options in and out of the Gulf...(read more)
The weather the last two weeks has been outstanding with almost all Coasts being fishable. Boat fishing is still exceptional with big berley sessions and strayline baits working well on the larger fish..(read more)
It's been a tough week up North for the charter fleet with some gnarly weather and hard fishing but Rick Pollock still has a few stories to be recounted with plenty of upside...(read more)
Last Saturday I weighed a broadbill swordfish for three keen local anglers. They caught it on their first drop in 1000m. There were marlin also caught that day out west and reports of big tuna schools at 100m...(read more)
Fishing continues to produce the goods on the western side of Coromande. Rob Fort tells us what's happening on the Coro....(read more)
Quite a few changes in the last week with Autumn taking a grip on the water temps and gamefishing activity(read more)
We only had one day chasing marlin in the last few weeks but what a ripper day that was, boats all hooking up around us with the radio going nuts with multiple hook ups.....(read more)
Lots of traffic on the water and for all the right reasons! Often after Easter things tend to shut down but good to see so many boats still fishing with an exceptional number from Tauranga. While gamefishing has been a little slow (with one glaring exception) it is...(read more)
When it’s been windy we have been working a little closer in and having to wade our way through the “pannies” and rampaging kahawai to get some better fish.(read more)