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Yeah I guess for you soft Aucklanders Muppet ๐Ÿ˜‚ for me a piece of piss
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There were tsunamis rolling in today by Auckland standards
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Newbie and me saw a whole load of birds sitting on the water today and thought workup then noticed it was about 100 mallard ducks. Would have been a good time to have a shotgun ๐Ÿ˜„
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Hi first time post, long time reader (3 + years), Ive probably fished with most of you over the years with out knowing, Im that cheecky guy on the green kayak, I Mostly fish down east I have done since i was young. But it was good seeing all the Kayaks out this morning. once in a lifetime. More Kayaks then boats. A bystander on the beach said he counted 73 kayaks, I said better then 73 Boats lol.But please wear life jackets, I seen a few people with none and we are talking 3km out. See you guys out there tomorrow 
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I thought I was the cheeky guy in the green kayak.
There were alot of kayaks out but I doubt 73. I would say there were 20 vehicles in the carpark. Maybe some had 2 yaks.
I haven't noticed anyone not wearing life jackets but if that's the case it's pretty poor.
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Yes I laughed when he said 73. But it was good day fishing and seeing a lot of young guys out was also cool
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Oh it might have been Papamoa ? If so then yes could be the case
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Yes it was, Iโ€™ve got the code names wrong, I assumed east was east pap lol. I donโ€™t know. For me personally it was a good day I binned out within 20mins at change of light. Once sun come up it went dead.
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Ahh yeah, I thought that was a funny looking Parore. I've got bad childhood memories of having to each too much Parore. Its not too bad smoked though.

Bit of wind against tide chop down Frazer Cove way today DT?
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Na merivale knocked off most of that wind
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The Porae tasted damn fine better than snaps pretty much same as Terakihi.
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Sounds good Piwi. Nice to get a new species and one that tastes so good. I'm looking at next Saturday - roll on level 2.
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Big swell so went for a walk.




My best effort locally, a cool option when you canโ€™t get out.
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Nice Dt ๐Ÿค˜
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awesome work, out of interest, was that up in the canal by mclaren falls? i have tired there with my kids but no luck, im no good when it comes to freshwater fishes.
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Same lure as you cam man.
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Nice work DT. I trout fished in the past. A very pleasurable experience. Are you eating them or throwing back?
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Can get some fresh water crays around mclarens.
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Originally posted by G Dog G Dog wrote:

Nice work DT. I trout fished in the past. A very pleasurable experience. Are you eating them or throwing back?

Just release them.
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Had a great little mission with Darren Nunn and Graeme Duncan. Left mid day Friday, fished Wilson's ,coromandel. Caught lots of little ones. Kept a few for a feed. Went onto papa aroha for the night.
Headed off early and fished Granite wharf for the day. Again caught plenty. Nothing big but very entertaining fishing. Had a 15mins of so , which was so hectic, rods bending everywhere. That's when i caught my biggest fish. Awesome conditions. Home by 7pm sat night. Good fun and a great feed out of it. Well worth the effort and fun hanging out with Darren and Graeme

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