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The waters are continuing to cool down as we enter autumn and the new workup season. The larger fish will be on the bite soon so get all your gear ready and start making plans to target them! Nik Key of Snap Charters reports...(read more)
West Coast fisherman Smudge offers strategic advice on catching the main predatory table species at this time of year...(read more)
Autumn style snapper fishing is now on the agenda. There is lots of bait on the western side of the gulf – such an encouraging sight to see on the sounder. Espresso reports...(read more)
You'll find the fish half a mile or so up or down the coast, with good numbers in 25 to 35 metres. Small fresh baits are still the go-to. Murray Monds reports...(read more)
Fishing in the harbours and estuaries is at it's best at the moment and will be for the next couple of months. Kingfish and marlin are active out wide also. Captain Hamish from Spot X reports...(read more)
While the forecast showing an incoming tropical cyclone would mostly be seen as a bad thing, it's a positive thing in my books(read more)
Make hay while the sun shines. The fishing is good and there are some great looking wind windows which should allow for some fantastic fishing over the next few days. Espresso reports...(read more)
The magic that is Bream Bay continues to surprise Grant Dixon who says the region has been producing a range of great action and kaimoana as the seasons change...(read more)
The waters are starting to cool and with this comes a more aggressive bite from the larger snapper in the Hauraki Gulf! March is one of my favourite months for fishing! Nik Key of Snap Charters reports...(read more)