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    Posted: 23 Oct 2018 at 1:06pm
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Game-fishing reports, updates, and pics here. Good luck for the  season.
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Will there be an early bite this year, yesterday coming back in from a snapper fish at 55m temp 18.1 and there were a couple of rather large mako's playing havoc with our gear. Coming back in we hit a patch of warm water 38 to 28m just off the Kawhia bar, got as high as 19.8, looking good.
 
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Hi feeder.i went to mokau for a snapper fish in 45m off the river mouth on sunday and had temp ranging from 17 to 19.wondered if my sounder was reading right.Had dolphins every where all day and some huge work ups with gannett's diving hard.Lots of kahawai and mackerel.
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My spies tell stripeys spotted off the Naki coast. Won't be long now.
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Any tuna signed/caught yet? Thinking of heading up this weekend for nosey...
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I hope your spies were right Alan.any general area or depth
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No, it was just a quick conversation with a mate from that area who fishes a lot. He said warm water had come over with that snot from Aus last week. And lots of baitfish with it.
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Mate caught a tuna from the kayak off the port in 85m yesterday.
 
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Yes!   Most action between 70-80m
 
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1st Marlin for Raglan weighed this morning, don't know by whom 140m.
 
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From Raglan club on FB:-

First marlin of the season for Raglan congratulations Finn Killen 109.6 kg . This from the vessel Hard Yards skippered by dad Lionel Killen. 140m D S Raglan
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1st Striped Marlin weighed in for NPSUC 2019 season on Thursday, 10 January.

Fish went 130.2kg.

Was caught in 100m out by the "hook" (give or take!)

Took a Pakula original medium sprocket in lumo, rigged with a single #30 dojo heavy hook.

Had English Mackerel and Squid in its gut.

Was a bit of a performance at the boat but all good. Thanks to Skipper/Deckie/Leader man Cap'n Baz.
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Nice one!
Great to be first for the season for sure!

Many other hunters out there, above and below.
Just cruising in a pimped old Surtees! Or my now sweetas pimped out Southern 755 HT0!
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Damn boys that’s a good fish and in 24kgs!! Earned some beers
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Cheers for the report elcondor. Good value when people share areas lures and other detailes relating to capture.see you out ther one day soon.Boat name shamrock
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Well done👍
Nice lure/hook combo!
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Good size Albys in 70-120m off reef 21 and out to the 124. Had one marlin hit a lure and something hit a rigged up alby but didnt see what it was. Water was 19-21 degrees.
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1st stripey for Kawhia weighed last evening 119 kg, not sure of the angler, good effort solo.
Update, Daniel Jones was the angler
 
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That's a good solo fish!
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