Gamefishing Updates - New Plymouth to Raglan 17/18

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^not me mate just reporting. Very good effort
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There were another couple weighed in as well at Kawhia over the weekend.
 
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The only bar to frequent is the Kawhia Bar
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Yes does anyone having any depth knowledge. I cant get out for two more weeks due to work but I'm guessing they will be around the 30m and out from Raglan by then if they aren't there already.

Promised the wife a day putting around not too far out towing plastic this year.

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Originally posted by Reel Deal Reel Deal wrote:

Yes does anyone having any depth knowledge. I cant get out for two more weeks due to work but I'm guessing they will be around the 30m and out from Raglan by then if they aren't there already.

Promised the wife a day putting around not too far out towing plastic this year.

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There might be the odd one in 40/50m as skippies and albies are in shallow also but if you want a real shot the 100m mark is where its all at. About 15 fish tagged & landed out from Kawhia/Raglan weekend just been mostly between the 80m and 120m mark and spread from Port Waikato to behind gannet.
 
We went a tad too wide on Sunday and should of stayed in closer round that 100m mark. Lots of action to be had.
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If you don't want to go too want too wide then the 23/21/Gannet line always hods fish. Never too far from skippies and Albie's. No skippies or Albie's then no marlin.
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Heard there was a 324kg blue caught at the 124 out rags today. Well done them
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348Kg!!👍
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Launched at manu bay yesterday.
Found heaps of bait 190m just inside the 124. Hooked a marlin at about 1.15pm. Stubborn fish. Ended up losing it on the leader. Lure taken rg2 in evil on long corner
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Originally posted by benwa benwa wrote:

Launched at manu bay yesterday.
Found heaps of bait 190m just inside the 124. Hooked a marlin at about 1.15pm. Stubborn fish. Ended up losing it on the leader. Lure taken rg2 in evil on long corner
If you had the leader in your hand, that counts a caught fish.
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Went out to 90 meters off Albatross today. Very quiet. Not even skippies or albies. Saw a small sunfish. But that was the most eventful part of the day.
Temperature got up to 26.4 degrees
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Stripey landed off Mokau this morning. Well done to the boys on Mahora.
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Well done. How deep?
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On Saturday we hit the albies and skippies at 58m south of Gannet, and that was it.
 
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45m off the mouth. It done two big runs then died. Definitely wasn't tail wrapped. Went 150kg.
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Unusual for a Stripey to die like that. Did anyone check that it wasn't a small Blue?
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short bill could be a blue dorsal dont look that big ether 
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We have had fish die on us very quickly after hookup but this has been from being lip latched or bill wrapped, generally with two hook rigs. It would be interesting to hear the anglers details of what happened? If a fish cannot get water running over the gill rakers they will die very quickly.
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Originally posted by mahora mahora wrote:

Excellent Guys! Beer
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 A bit late, headed out on Tuesday 30th went to the 42 to see if any thing was actually on the bottom on a mark I have in 70 meters, nothing there so headed towards the 124 caught a few Albacore and and a couple of Skippys in 75m  weighed the 2 biggest one was 9.8kg and the other 8.9kg one on a rod other on a bungee cord carried on out in beautiful blue water to 95 meters.  No more fish action or birds working so decided to head back in didnt catch any more fish. Covered 124.8 km for the day and used 63 lts petrol for 9.1hrs mostly trolling with some cruising on the way out and in.

    A Good Skipper Keeps the water on the outside of the boat.
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