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Even though those pesky high winds have been dominating, where there’s a will, there’s a way, particularly when it comes to fishing! Despite right howlers of wind speeds on the VHF or Coastguard app, good keen fishermen have been catching both good snapper and keen kingfish, writes Espresso...(read more)
Tips on how to catch your target species while avoiding unwanted bycatch. Steve from Steve's Fishing Shop reports on the late winter/early spring action across the region.(read more)
Where the work ups are happening and how to fish them. Nik Key from Snap Charters with another informative report from the Gulf(read more)
There has been plenty of action around the capital over the past few weeks. Pete Lamb reports...(read more)
After being overseas for a month, Bruce Duncan fishes off instinct to see whats happening in the Gulf. He's reminded of what fishing is all about as he gets the youngsters involved and gets a feed...(read more)
More bad weather has hindered getting out on the water however some small weather windows have given us a chance with good results. There is also news on the weather for the upcoming week and how the start of scallop season has gone for the week ending 11 September 2019.(read more)
The bite was noticeably stronger late last week/early weekend, tailing off a bit by late Monday/Tuesday. The bite was noticeably longer, then shorter and less aggressive as the days rolled past, writes Espresso(read more)
With a nice break in the weather (finally!) we managed to get out a few times over the weekend, writes Nick Jones of Hauraki Express...(read more)
This winter has been the best on record for snapper and kingfish. It’s been like summer-time but just out deeper. The 70-metre mark on the west coast has been good for kingis at Hunters, and off Pukerua Bay boom and Makara for snapper, writes Pete Lamb...(read more)