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Fishus, get into any skippies out der?? - Huia beach launch is sweet as, but make sure da boats floatin if its outgoin tide... retreiving on da low is a pain in da arse so mid tide is da go - mate was out today and got heaps of albies and skippies in da 30-60m line after beach launchin somewhere else....
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No skippies for us only alberts which you could probably have filled the boat with...... Might take a fly rod next time for the crack!  Schools of them scattered  from 60m on out. Seemed to disappear a bit in the afternoon though.
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i have a 7m trophy, launch at little huia all the time low or high tide all good we went out over the kaipara on tues bar was a little lumpy water was green as **** loads of big skippies and afew good sized albies but  no marlin and it doesnt look like there will be unless the water comes good went out to 170 and no change green as 

 
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Sid, we launch from Cornwallis. Again tide dependent. I have found that 2hrs before low and and hour after there is not enough depth to launch or retrieve. Sand is more than hard enough for a 4wd vehicle to use. Forcast for Toots seems to be improving so might go there this weekend. if not i will be launching a 6am on Sat at Cornwallis. Will be two boats, Tinky and Reel Screamer.
Have boat - must fish!
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Had a good day some skips no alberts 2 mako's and saw a free jumper, lots of dolphins north east 100 and behind the bar 65 a little bumpier than milk yesterday but calmed off in afternoon swell ok

 sea sick people try adding to the Paihia bombs some blackmores travel calm ginger it makes a good day great no side affects and settles the stomach


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living the dream at the moment, have managed a pass for a west coast trip, then a softy drift prob rangi all in the same weekend, heading out over manukau bar tommorrow, heading for a snapper fish, then on to try and find some marlin, haven't heard alot from out here, whats the chat at the mo, depth direction and lure color, can't wait is it tommorrow yet.
 
tight lines enoy the long weekend auckland fishos
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Anybody reporting Raglan on this thread?
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It's pretty quiet from what I've heard, marlin have been caught as posted earlier albies at 60m or thereabouts. One of our club boats has been out 4 days in a row now..... nothin.
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another one out yesterday had 1 shot early and another on breifly.
 
You will know if there are many fish out there this week, The counties one base is on Wed - Sat fishing out of the manakau.
Weather is looking Good, 80+ boats should briing some results, rather than the few that are out there at the moment.
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went out manakau today , water temps between 19.5 and 21.2 out to 100m up to cables.albies and skippys  no big bites for us. sea conditions were crap with 2/3 m swells from the south making for a bumpy ride home.south chanel absolute whitewash but north good , had some fun comin back thru the surf on the bar. was also a mof checkpoint at dam on way home good on them !
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south chanel...
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mate if you have the time tow up to toots or the bay it seems to be happening am going out tomorrow
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had to test this new bling make sure it was up to west coast standards..
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lol what did that set you back
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some skippys for bait and a cupla bags of aplecores to join mr eel in the bradley tomorow..
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birthday pressy ! $79 at supercheap or similar $140 at repco
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Originally posted by skidoggg skidoggg wrote:

 
 
 
F### that!
You got bigga nads than me
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No worries for Ski Otdrmn, he would take that on in a kayak .... in the dark ..... paddling backwards ...  with a broken paddle. Cool

What do the albies smoke up like Ski? Keen to nab some for the smoker next week.
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Aye, in Ski's day e ad it tuff.  Cross the bar, upside down  in a bathtub, no paddle, an when 'e got 'ome is farva wood cut 'im in two with a bait knife.. if e were lookie.
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