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I'm totally keen for a saturday mish, is Peraki really that sheltered from a NW? It's looking pretty blowy on the forecasts I've seen.
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Peraki - NW 11-14kts. Once you get out around the corner in close it's sheltered enough.
Nape Nape - Based on Hurunui mouth forecast is gentle to moderate NW breeze.
Kaiakoura - NW dies out Friday, turns W, SE, S only 4-2

At this stage KK or Nape Nape is my preference. Better fishing on all counts. Might go Friday night and throw pots out too.
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Actually Jay you are correct about the NW in Peraki because it funnels down the inlet and it can be mean. 
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peraki is best on a NE. 
 
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You are correct.
Definately going to KK if anyones keen to join me. Might go tonight yet and throw pots out. 0274807909
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good luck, will wave on the way past if i see you. heading to okiwi in the boat for the weekend. Tried pots with mackeral, cuda and kahawai north of kk 3 weeks ago with no luck. set them in 4 or 5 m of water. dont know if the helps with any info.
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Saturday was a beautiful day at Kaikoura. Hardly a breath of wind, conditions were perfect. Cray pots came up empty. Had good bait too with Blue Cod and Paua Hua. Surfcasting Friday night with prawns and mussel turned up nothing off the beach at Mangamaunu which surprised me. Saturday I drifted 800m out off Mangamaunu beach targeting Gurnard and Rig with Prawns & Mussels, no luck with Gurnard but scored this very nice Rig yum yum!
Drifted the sand further north, but Dogs everywhere. Bigger Dogs this year too for some reason. Used cooked Prawn and Mussel, but the Dogs loved all of it. Came in for a dive and got 1 undersized Cray, 1 nice Butterfish and 6 good Paua, 1 measured 160L x130W. Came on to a good pod of monster Paua like that after getting my quoter, so know where to look next time.

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nice work grant!
are you around at xmas?

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yeah don't go away until 8th January. Got 8 days at Parapara up by Collingwood. Hope to get into some snapper and might go 15k out and try to find me a Tuna
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great i'm off between xmas and new year

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Hey guys, Heading up round Abel Tasman for Xmas/NYs (Pohara to be specific) anyone know of some areas around there at are good for kayak fishing? any hints or tips? never been up those way with a yak so would appreciate any hel

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Hi Nathan,
I'll be up there too, but not until the 11th Jan. Staying at Parapara just north of Pahara. I don't know the area well enough, but the mussel farm north of Collingwood is a good spot on the right day apparently. Plenty of snapper and gurnard out off the beaches there I would imagine. Patons Rock is popular for snapper i hear. Long way out to deeper water of 20-25m, it's 10k out but worth a go because last year the place was going off with KG's & LB's.
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Hey Chook, Thanks for the advice, unfortunately i think you may have got Pohara & Pahara mixed up, we are going to Pohara which is 5 minutes away from Tata Beach in the Abel Tasman, Nelson. 
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I just spelt it wrong. That's the place i meant "Pohara" it's about 20k away from where we're staying at Parapara
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Awesome, Have googled some of the places you mentioned! looking forward to trying them out, will let you know how i get on! appreciate the information! 
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check out swell for Jackson Bay west coast awesome. Weather good too! we should go for 2-3 days
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some small king fish are starting to turn up around banks peninsula

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canterbury king fish thread....theyre out there in numbers it seems......

http://www.fishing.net.nz/forum/canterbury-kingfish_topic61451_page8.html
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stu and i took a look for a king this morning....no joy. but i did avoid the 4 orca i met the week before!

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We're out at Okains bay this week, dragging our net around the breakers has bought up some fine and tasty specimens - including a sodding great Rig that was a joy to release and even more fun watching it swim away afterswards - will post pics when we get home on Sunday :-)
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