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"There are nice snapper and gurnard to be had out wide in 65 metres plus, so pack plenty of gear and get out wide when the weather allows." Murray Monds reports...(read more)
"Snapper have been in good numbers and size throughout winter, the shallows producing the likes of this fish for patient anglers." Hamish from SpotX Fishing Charters reports...(read more)
"Back home, Tangimoana Beach produced this varied catch before the bad weather set in." Mike Conley reports...(read more)
"The snapper bite throughout the whole of the Bream Bay-Mangawhai area has been hot to trot over the last week or so." Grant Dixon reports...(read more)
"Over the last few days there have been lots of gannets from Gulf Harbour, right through Tiri Channel and around by Wellington Reef, a few dolphins in small pods chasing baitfish." Espresso reports...(read more)
"The good thing this winter is that I have found the fishing close in on the local reefs and shorelines to be very productive, with more and bigger fish compared to years past." Bruce Duncan reports...(read more)
"Fishing has been ok but not spectacular in the harbour. Gurnard, kahawai and trevally are there if you put in the hours." Smudge reports...(read more)
"Much of the action seems to have shifted from Waihau Bay and, at the time of writing, is not far off Whitianga, and is heading for the back of Great Barrier." Russ Hawkins reports...(read more)
Apart from the bad weather, fishing has been a bit slow at Rarotonga. A notable exception was a black marlin weighing 215.2 kg caught...(read more)