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Originally posted by azzaman azzaman wrote:

Hey can I please get some advice from Welly boat fishers who target Terakihi and blue cod on the south coast? What is the best Berley to attract these species and where is the best place to get it please? I have tried the Salmon but tends to attract a lot of sharks!! Im in the Hutt so anywhere there would be good. Thnks all.

No need for burley, find  reef and and you will have blue cod fish just off the edge of the reef and you should find terikihi, I never use burly and can most of the time get our mixed bag limit of teri/cod as mentioned above you need to use your sounderWink

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Originally posted by Polyfest Polyfest wrote:

Can anybody recommend a mobile outboard mechanic in the Porirua area? Cheers
I would say Kelvin Cudby but he currently has his arm in a cast so cant do anything lol

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Originally posted by Polyfest Polyfest wrote:

Can anybody recommend a mobile outboard mechanic in the Porirua area? Cheers

KP Marine have a mobile service
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can anyone give me an idea what the sea is like around kapiti at the moment, hoping to come down and have a look around tomorrow or sunday.
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Originally posted by Grasshoppa Grasshoppa wrote:

KP Marine have a mobile service


They tell me they don't do that... maybe they used to. Somebody mentioned a freelance guy based in Papakowhai. Any ideas who that might be?


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Originally posted by Quick silver Quick silver wrote:

can anyone give me an idea what the sea is like around kapiti at the moment, hoping to come down and have a look around tomorrow or sunday.
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Waikanae webcam:

https://waikanaeboatingclub.org.nz/weather-station/webcam/
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late post but got out a week ago late arvo catch of the day was a 13kg puka  just past sinclair in 60m of water on a blue cod rig with a 60lb trace!
sorry no photo but was the real deal - probably never fluke it again.
anybody got a tip what depth the terris may be fitzroy or turakarei hoping to get out tomorrow if the wind doesnt get up
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Originally posted by clawman clawman wrote:

anybody got a tip what depth the terris may be fitzroy or turakarei hoping to get out tomorrow if the wind doesnt get up


Would love some intel on Terris in Fitz; I have literally never had a good days fishing in that bay. Every now and then we go try it again and it's always dead :/
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For those that need a mobile boat mechanic soneone on anoth forum said get in touch with Dave Speedy on
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He comes to your house etc.
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yip, Phil and team at Morris are real craftsman that know boats and what works ... they did this for me
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Parking like this at Tarakena on a busy weekend is not ideal. Especially given the nearby facilities at Evans Bay, which are more accommodating for larger trailers.

While I don't think anyone here would park like this, it highlights the importance of educating other boaties on ramp etiquette (and I don't mean the punctured sidewall kind of education lol). I really wish I had a pen and paper so I could have left a note.

We're pretty lucky in Wellington to have launching facilities close at hand, and even when it's busy it's not really that bad. Every time I go out with the old man in Auckland I'm reminded of how great we have it here.

So unless we get some kind of license test for boat owners, the only way people will learn is if other people help educate them. If you see sh*t like this, a simple "hey mate, not trying to be a dick or anything, but I noticed you did X, maybe next time do Y, because of Z reasons". This is a dive flag... Don't speed directly across the stern of that boat which is clearly trolling lures... 5 knots is not the same as 30 knots etc...


Teach your missus to fillet and shuck. Before someone else does...
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Well said. This is the approach to take. Better than the usual vindictive/aggressive/macho crap that is often peddled esp on the Fb pages.

Of course if it doesn’t work, a good kick in the . . .
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