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Over the years I discovered that this is the spot to catch a feed of snapper up to 4kg..(read more)
With a lot of fish now in the inner harbour they are feeding up big time to put on body fat reserves for the winter, in fact I can't recall snapper being so full of fat at this time of the year and it maybe a sign that we are in for a long hard cold winter.(read more)
What a wicked fishing season we are having with exceptional snapper and kingfish numbers and tuna in abundance as well.(read more)
Although the kingfish action is still going great guns, we've also had the opportunity to put in greater slow-jigging efforts over the past week - to great effect!(read more)
Fishing has continued to be productive along the western side for snapper and the key to finding them will depend on the weather conditions...(read more)
There are marlin to be caught. You can drive through the schools of skipjack and albacore that are showing up from 25m onwards, you can drive right on out past the green/blue water colour transition where the makos love to play all the way to 115m where the most striped marlin are being caught.(read more)
The best marlin action appears to be coming from the south, more off the Waikato River bar than the Manukau.(read more)
George & Nick have been enjoying more fine kingfish action in between low pressure systems. Perhaps numbers are down from January, but the average size is up so we're not complaining!(read more)
Well the weather has kept us land based a bit in the last few weeks, but when I did get out the fishing was great!(read more)
Bream Bay will play host to the majority of anglers fishing next week’s (Friday 16-Saturday 17 Feb) Century Batteries Beach and Boat Fishing Contest, the country’s biggest tournament event with around 1500 anglers expected. Based out of Marsden Cove on the southern shores of Whang(read more)