NZ's Latest Fishing Reports - 22/09/22

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Hauraki Gulf - Bruce Duncan - Read on...

“Snapper are just now starting to school up as their roe enlarges. At present the schools are fairly small but will increase in size as the water warms. ”

Hauraki Gulf - Espresso - Read on...

“There is a lot of excitement, near and far; even the inner gulf’s 10-15m depths are producing great action in the evenings this week.”

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Tauranga - Russ Hawkins - Read on...

"The north-western ‘top’ part of the island had plenty of mackerel and other small baitfish cruising around in good numbers, with a few small snapper among them at 20 metres."

Raglan - Murray Monds - Read on...

"West and north of the bar leads in around 55-65m have been producing the best with good-sized snapper schooling – with some big moochers in the mix...."

Bream Bay - Grant Dixon - Read on...

Taupo/Turangi - Connor Andrew - Read on...

"The fishing has continued to fire with both the Tongariro and Tauranga-Taupo producing good numbers of fish..."

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Canterbury - Simon McMillan - Read on...

"Once again, the weather has been settled over the past two weeks, but the sea has been a bit lumpy locally making it tough on the boat anglers...."

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