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"Some sizeable snapper have come out of these areas in the last week or so; although not big on numbers, the size of the fish has been very respectable. Throw in a handful of nice gurnard and the odd trevally and all of a sudden braving the cold weather seems worthwhile." Jas of Top Catch Hamilton reports...(read more)
From Whangaparaoa to Clevedon, the Top Catch team have got you properly sorted for fishing in the Hauraki Gulf this weekend...(read more)
With the weather window coming this weekend, Mike from Top Catch Whangarei encourages anglers to get out there and also shares intel into what colours are catching the monsters up north...(read more)
After kingfish, bluenose or swordfish? The team from Top Catch Bay of Plenty have you sorted for your fishing this weekend...(read more)
"Further north in the Hauraki Gulf there have been fish and bird eruptions taking place within eyesight of Rangitoto and other bays like Kawakawa. This week, just when it looked like the winter doldrums would set in – BOOM!" Espresso reports...(read more)
Smudge reports on fishing activity at last weekend's annual Grunter Hunter competition, as well as what to expect when fishing this weekend...(read more)
Hauraki Gulf specialist Bruce Duncan provides a clinic in how to fish the Gulf at this time of year...(read more)
"The tidal current is starting to get more of a boogie-on and just like that, the Waitemata is bursting back into visible life – birds, birds and more birds, and fish!" Espresso reports on the Hauraki Gulf...(read more)
"Boat fishermen will probably do best in close out off the coast. Snapper, gurnard and trevally should feature in your catch" West Coast fisherman Smudge reports...(read more)