With the knowledge on how to tie a handful of fishing knots, you can have the satisfaction of making your own saltwater fishing rigs at your leisure.
Our running sinker strayline rig can be used for straylining with bait and the dropper rig is a handy one at anchor or for drifting for a variety of inshore species including snapper, gurnard, terakihi, and blue-cod. It's also useful for a livebait when you're targeting kingfish or john dory.
Alistair Arkell still believes that the best way to target big snapper is with bait. He shares the rigs, preferred baits and tactics he uses... more >
Jason Neute headed to the outer Hauraki Gulf with a good mate, and it turned out to be a day to remember. His slow jigging gear, and in part... more >
We review the very popular Whitianga Boat Ramp – the perfect place to launch when on holiday in the Coromandel.... more >
Ben Carey is commonly asked about the future of the scallop fishery, but before this question can be answered, it's important to first under... more >