The past week has seen the spawning season fishing reach the expected levels with crews binning out in a matter of hours at the peak of the bite.
Best bite experienced has been the rush of the outgoing tide in 50-60 meters either north or south of the entrance. There are a variety of fish still out there with the odd trevally mixed in with the usual bycatch of gurnard, kahawai and bait fish if the angler is using slightly smaller hooks.
The week has also seen a bit more gear lost to sharks and barracuda with blue sharks also hanging around the boat. The next few days and through the weekend look like good weather to head out in the summer like conditions we have been fortunate enough to have for the last week.
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