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Bruce Duncan's recent success around Rangitoto leads him to believe that the fishing this winter will be great...(read more)
Over the past month, the fishing around Coromandel and the northern peninsula has been crazy for big snapper, kings and lots of kahawai! The snapper are on the move heading out of the Firth of Themes and feeding strong.(read more)
The autumn fishing is still cranking in Wellington, with snapper, gurnard, kingfish and kahawai all still around.(read more)
The fish are biting out around the Gulf, so you'd best take advantage of the settled autumn weather we're about to experience, writes Nick Jones.(read more)
Captain Espresso shares with us some of his tips and spots around the Hauraki Gulf...(read more)
The Gulf is full of fish at the moment, with the dolphins and whales starting to push in - some great fishing is definitely on it's way!(read more)
Winter signs are here and the fish are starting to move. Fishing is changing slowly into winter mode. Water temperature in the Bay has dropped, but still not too bad!(read more)
Fish are slowly starting to move out of the inner gulf, so now is the perfect time to strike around the outer edge, including Rakino, the Noises and the Ahaahas.(read more)
Well known west coast fisherman Smudge, explains why the West Coast never really has a downtime.(read more)