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    Posted: 28 Jan 2011 at 9:19am
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take it away mate.....Thumbs Up...I for one will appreciate your efforts.
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1 x striped marlin Hokianga west coast 25/01/11 116kg
1x huge kohe and 1x skippy -note the spear hole in the skippy
also some of the fish that have come from the west coast about four out of nine this season have had broken bills ,missing keel fins and deformed pectorals    

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Awesome, Ilex - keep them coming!
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Yeop this will be Intereeeeeeeeeeeesssssting !!

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very cool, Kerran you may want to add that info about the broady autopsy you guys did on U/L
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Broadbill, Wanganella Banks, May 2006 - 2 x Frostfish, 1 x scampi
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Zane what did Jigga's two blue have in them.

The one we picked up . Around 170kg
3x skippy's ?
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How long after the fish was hooked were the stomach contents looked at?
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the stripy at the top was caught around 9am Pete so we had the stomach out around 8 hours after that 
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The blue we caught on 4th jan this year was full chocka with Alberts, according to Dave the weigh master/fish smoker in Paihia
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Zane, do you have any shots of Bayly's blue from yesterday?
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Awesome thread, this is gonna make some great reading, great idea Kezza and thanks Ilex
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Are Puffer Fish common to find in Marlin Guts ?
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During the HIBT the PORF scientists get together to do talks about recent findings and do research on fish during the tournaments. A number of talks in the years I went from 1989 research on stomach contents were part of the agendas.

I recall Julian Pepperal and either Barbara Bloch or the tattooed scientist from Tahiti were right into it. One of the impediments in getting good results is that apex predators and scavengers have very strong acid in their stomachs that dissolves things quickly when the fish / sharks are alive and continues to dissolve things after death until the acid is neutralised which is why it's often the case that fish that have been dead for whatever time only have large food items remaining in their stomachs which is still certainly great information, but not the whole picture.
 
If there could be a sanction by the NZGFC and allow the stomach and it's contents to be removed on capture the results may be a huge benefit, and I think you'll find it quite remarkable.
 
The stomach is emptied into a bucket and detergent added to neutralise the acid and leave the contents as they are.
 
Maybe just give exemptions to a few boats for one tourney...........
 
 
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This will be my first post on this web site i think i owe it you guys because i have read most reports for the areas Tutukaka north over the past couple of years  to see were the bite is happing. This Topic is a favourite of mine as we cut up all our fish ourselfs, we have taken two fish of the west this year First was 85kg stripey it was empty fish hooked at 9.15am  second fish 140 kg stripey hooked at 12.15 had a very decomposed gut of squid, and what we think was a jack mac or two, and just to note  neither fish was very aggresive when they came into the gear  
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Thanks Chris & welcome 
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Chris was that the double header of Glinks Gully on lil grommit?
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Originally posted by Venture Venture wrote:

This will be my first post on this web site i think i owe it you guys because i have read most reports for the areas Tutukaka north over the past couple of years  to see were the bite is happing. This Topic is a favourite of mine as we cut up all our fish ourselfs, we have taken two fish of the west this year First was 85kg stripey it was empty fish hooked at 9.15am  second fish 140 kg stripey hooked at 12.15 had a very decomposed gut of squid, and what we think was a jack mac or two, and just to note  neither fish was very aggresive when they came into the gear  
Gd effort on 2 in da bag this early in da season skuz..  nice work - when ya say non aggresive - were ya having to drop back da lures or turn to get da bite..
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96 season we had a baby thresher in our 90kg stripey,will try and find the photo
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yeah it was of glinks m8 and ya for boat name
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