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    Posted: 11 Jul 2019 at 4:14pm
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Game-fishing reports, updates, and pics here. Good luck for the  season.
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Thanks Sezza, maybe some are chasing the SBF tuna. Anyone tried out west?


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Originally posted by smudge smudge wrote:

Thanks Sezza, maybe some are chasing the SBF tuna. Anyone tried out west?

I suspect the SBT run is starting wind down so we may start seeing people head out west Embarrassed
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Yft manukau today.
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Scotty Bell, Tex and Vance Barrett pulled a sicky to try give the first marlin of the season a crack. No marlin so far but 3 YFT, first day trolling for Brutus.
Damage done on Nathan Adams custom Red Gill Lures the Kohe and Evil



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I heard these were caught out wide of Whangaroa.
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looks like sashimi tonight.
I dont know what you guys use - but there is a NZ (Canterbury) Wasabi - the real stuff, that I use.
 Waay better than anything else I have used.
Google Copperfield - or something similar. Awesome with YF.
Good start to the season. Wish they would come further south. Don't happen anymore.
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Got that guy couple of days ago - Vtu. Thats about as big as they get right now - big guys moved off. Got on a popper. If you see a work up or get into them on skirts - try poppers. Deadly.
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Bfist,

North and west coast.

Things are happening two months early .

And for the west, a rare catch.
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Yep!! That would be North and East then WinkLOL

Originally posted by BFIST BFIST wrote:

I heard these were caught out wide of Whangaroa.
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Anyone planning on heading for a look this weekend?

Sunday shaping up nicely weather wise, time to dust off the gear I think.......
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Dunworkin, the commercial tuna fleet (well 4 boats leaving Onehunga) are fishing at900m. They are seeing 3 or 4 free jumping marlin a day. Hope you have a huge fuel tank. I also hope you catch one!


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They will be closer than that.
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Originally posted by Dunwurkn Dunwurkn wrote:

Anyone planning on heading for a look this weekend?

Sunday shaping up nicely weather wise, time to dust off the gear I think.......
Good luck Chris , your personal weighmaster will be on standby Wink
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Very interesting Intel thanks smudge, 900m no problem with the Honda and 180L Underfloor tank.

Thanks Scotty Just on standby at present looking alot windier today keeping an eye on it will make a call tonight.

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Dunwurkin,

Paul said probably closer!
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Originally posted by MATTOO MATTOO wrote:

Dunwurkin,

Paul said probably closer!

Ohhh yeah! If they are seeing that many way out, there will still be fish in closer for sure. My 'informant' reckons lures in at 200


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Typical pre Xmas marlin 300 to 400mthat's what I hear when I weigh them for CSFC


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Be aware of the crossing and out wide.

I'd like to be wrong as we cancelled our trip.

But it maybe a short uncomfortable bar crossing window and a short sea state.

Fishable but uncomfortable.

Hope I'm wrong and you guys may prove great results.

If your out..

Go cable zone or the north eddies.

Wide to 700m shows current influence .

Or if your smart, you'd of bought into Paul's info.

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