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It was 19.6 at 60m & 19.8 at 65m. soon as we found a current line, 2 albies on. I know that's not a game fish report but we're seeing almost a degree warmer than last week.I know Mangre2 has the real oil on SST's but we aren't that flash and mostly snapper fishers. Only a matter of days before a 60m marlin is weighed.Wink  I have been weighing marlin for others for years and it's starting to look good. really good



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Originally posted by Griffo Griffo wrote:

Nice one mate Clap
Originally posted by Blindspot Blindspot wrote:

Trip report.  I fished today by the cable, hooked up and landed a 108kg stripey in 119m of water.  Full of jack macs, squid, and worms.Thanks to the boys that helped my pull it onto my boat as I was fishing solo.

this was captured solo, in a 3.9m RHIB, Talica 25, took just over 2.5 hrs

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Big effort, well done that man

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Well the manukau is beginning to fire.

Although catch reports are light, this may reduce the Queen st effect and the crazy launching at huia at least.

The fish are here.

Don't discount the shallows, you may get more than you bargained for.

I suggest you monitor the air ways for real time action it can be informative, exciting or with the westie drunk muppets quite fowl.
But good info in real time.
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Well done blindspot👍
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Yeah really well done 👍
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Great stuff blindspot
Those that say it can't be done are being overtaken by those doing it.
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Great going blindspot!👍
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This one was caught today in 125m off Port Waikato on a Bonze kahawai. They dropped one at the boat a few hours earlier in the same spot. There were two others weighed earlier in the week also.




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Nice fish.well done guys
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A nice fish weighed today at Te Toro. A big stripey weighing 156.8kg, caught in 35m. That's kinda close!


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That's a donkey, awsome
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Great job Benjamin, that's a top effort....
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I heard striped marlin were caught right on the kaipara bar yesterday, anyone got the good oil .
I heard 6 were caught
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