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not looking good guys!
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Originally posted by BigDaveTops BigDaveTops wrote:

Anyone got onto any Mokes yet?
 
try the airport end of lyall bay , dont need a big cast but try to get close to the rocks and use minimum 30lb, and a big fat crab  cut in half...Always mokes around there, also the end of seatoun beach , 1 st little bay near the park before it turns towards harbour entrance, always got mokes, smooth hounds and gurnard there and the odd trev.
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Originally posted by kiwiceaz kiwiceaz wrote:

not looking good guys!



LOL I am not going nowhere today ....
A recent survey has revealed that only one in seven dwarfs are happy.
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Still going haha
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Hey did anyone go? I saww a couple of fishermans but no1 was very chatty. Caught a decent sized red cod but it's really skinny. Prolly sick or something haha
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nah mate, stayed indoors, cleaning gear and stuff, i'm heading to tauranga next week for a few days, so getting everything ready
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nice to see a few gurneys around the harbour, then a big bang of lighting and it hosed down, packed up and came home
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Hey has anyone been on Wellington Fishing Charters for a fish? It costs about 150 dollars for a full day, but I'm not sure if it's worth it. Any ideas?

http://www.wellingtonfishingcharters.co.nz/
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Puss Cod and more puss cod, next week i think, nah they look prty good tho.
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Originally posted by Inch Inch wrote:

Hey has anyone been on Wellington Fishing Charters for a fish? It costs about 150 dollars for a full day, but I'm not sure if it's worth it. Any ideas?

http://www.wellingtonfishingcharters.co.nz/


Petes well known in the region and generally will put you onto a decent amount of fish .

Went out for a bit yesterday just a skate and a conger for me a and a few reddies for my mate .However another mate not too far from us got some moki and blue cod
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I got out on sat afternoon/eve - braved the rain. Picked up a few kahawai, some reddies and cloudy bay cod. Lost a really good trev 2 metres out. It got caught up in the little 0.5m swell and threw the hook. Was cursing!
No moki though - keep trying.
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After two hours of <hard> work! Tongue
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primo!! i went out on saturday, 1 kahawai, 1 red cod and that was it... 
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Anyone got any cunning plans up their sleeve for this weekend. With the northerlies the south coast is looking tempting!
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I am heading out after moki on sat evening.


A recent survey has revealed that only one in seven dwarfs are happy.
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Zang....
Thats my plan as well. I think woolworths have mussels on special at 1.99 a kg. Gonna line up a mahoosive bag.
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Hi guys,

May actually have a day free tomorrow to go for a fish (hoping to be free anyway).

As I have not fished south coast before, should I get time where exactly are the best spots to try???

I am after anything I can get LOL
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will be first time in months I have got my line wet
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Originally posted by Wgtnsurf Wgtnsurf wrote:

Hi guys,

May actually have a day free tomorrow to go for a fish (hoping to be free anyway).

As I have not fished south coast before, should I get time where exactly are the best spots to try???

I am after anything I can get LOL


Either head around past red rocks for a k or two ( 4wd  walk or bike ) look for a beach with a bit of weed and rocks nearby  or in the middle of it . Or go over the rimatakas to ocean beach /lake ferry etc

Moki will go for mussells crab prawn or cray baits..
DONT cast too far moki most often be within 20/30 mtrs or even closer .Set your drag well as mokes seem to have 3 types of bites .
1.  just a bit of a rattle of the rod tip.
2.  bit of a bend then it just sits there.
3.  the full on moki bender this is when mr moki heads for the horizon ( normally when you are eating or having a wizz )LOL
A recent survey has revealed that only one in seven dwarfs are happy.
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How did the rest of you all get on?
I took a mate out with the hope of getting onto his first moki .
Took a bit of doing in the end as the fish were not playing the game where we were until this one showed up to give Robin his first blue moki [email protected] kg


A recent survey has revealed that only one in seven dwarfs are happy.
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