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No out east...
I did fish quite a few times last summer over that side water seems to stay clearer over that side as well..
 
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We have much nicer water over the Shore don't have that nasty ol Tamaki river clouding it upWink
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... and the sewage outflow is great for attracting many species as well!
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Originally posted by Nick F Nick F wrote:

... and the sewage outflow is great for attracting many species as well!





This is a Kahawai that has been hanging around the poo ponds for too long. I wont comment on whats in its stomach!
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hahaha!!yeah you can see it used to be quite a happy young kahawai.im glad they have moved the castor bay poo outfall further out to sea..
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Damn, that sweetcorn bait used to work so well too! How did we get to talking so much sh*t?
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Back to the real stuff Evil%20Smile I might head out tommorow after work Cambells/Castor bay drifting the softbaits this is one area I need to know better. Tide looks ideal incoming with a NEster wind.

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Went out again today off Browns Bay for a few hours, decent NE swell and about 12-15 knots. Wet ass, a few big ones rolled over the top but still great day out. Ended up with 3 pannies about 30-35cm and a Kahawai so wife happy enough, except the fact that I still smell like fish. What do women find so offputting about a nice fishy aroma?. Would be keen to know how you get on off Castor or Campbells Bay muppet, I haven't done either of those two. Go hard. 
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Originally posted by ambo364 ambo364 wrote:

wife happy enough, except the fact that I still smell like fish. What do women find so off putting about a nice fishy aroma?.


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I read this out as Mrs. Dwarf frequently makes similar comments.  Her reply? "Yes, it is off putting - It's because it's such a penetrating smell"

 - She still scoffs the fish happily enough thoughLOL
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so am i going with then muppet or you going to be a bum and go alone
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Don't whine kingibasher my knees are killing after last nights soccer plus the missus wants me home will have to wait till Sunday....
Are you sure your allowed to go to?
 
Nice one ambo on getting out there it does cut up in a NEster out there by the reef. Bait or SBs?
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man i wear the pants in my house i am going on sunday. not to sure about you though
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Originally posted by kingibasher kingibasher wrote:

man i wear the pants in my house i am going on sunday. not to sure about you though
 
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ae you still coming over tonight give me a call first man if you are
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Cool bro will do be there about 7-730ish mate.
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answer your work phone man

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Nice one ambo on getting out there it does cut up in a NEster out there by the reef. Bait or SBs?
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No luck on the SP's so far, just seems to be the good old smelly pillys and bonito berley. No wonder I smell so frikken good!
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I seem to do better on SB's than bait lately my straylined bait form was so poor last time I used it it was embarrassing I missed so many runs. Will be trying drifted baits soon tho.
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The weather is looking good for sunday, Im thinking i will go out somewhere but havent got anywhere in mind yet. If anyone is keen or is planing something and doesnt mind me tagging along drop me a pm.
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Went out off Campbells Bay this morning, unfortunately had a bit of a late night so didn't get on the water until about 9. I was softbaiting and did not get 1 single bite over a 2.5 hour period... Packed up and went home via the fish shop Cry...

This was the first time I had been kayak fishing in this area, I have fished off the rocks previously  at campbells bay (actually caught nothing then also) and people around me caught good fish so I know there are fish there.

How do you geezers find softbaitng off the kayak at the moment? I have been out 5 times over the last 4 weeks and caught one good sized snapper! My fishing buddy also uses softbaits but has had more luck and never gets skunked but I am starting to get disheartened and thinking about switching back to good old smelly bait!


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