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    Posted: 10 Jul 2011 at 4:19pm
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Anybody fished off the beach at Arkles Bay. First time i had a go. Got 2 BIG bites but no luck. Anybody court anything off the beach/rocks.Big smile

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Nearly all of Whangaparaoa holds fish at some stage, try different tides, sunset, night etc
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Cheers Havok. When out again last sunday but no luck. Trying all around the HBC area. New to the area and to fishing. No luck yet but having alot of fun.Wacko
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ive seen people catch pannies off the left side of the beach but that was over 5 years ago.
have ago at the wade river warth ive caught  snapper and kahawai there.
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Seen people catch snapper from the rocks to the right of the beach, probably bought 400m round under the cliffs at change of light in late spring
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I was visiting some friends who live in Stanmore Bay a couple of weeks ago and it seemed pretty shallow for a loooong way out! Is the south side of the peninsula better for fishing off the rocks?
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Thanks for the info. Also take a look at the image below... how do you the stuff in the pic in the link below?
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I used to live in Arkles Bay and had a mate that lived directly accross from the beach also.
We had occasional success catching Snapper and the odd Gurnard from the beach opposite end to the boat ramp.
i favoured the point at the entrance to the Weiti river on and incoming tide, Casting into the channel.
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