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Kingfish in Paradise - Mokohinau Islands

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    Posted: 23 Jun 2020 at 10:07pm
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Another nice video from Team Joker with good drone shots around these magical islands and so many fish it just has to be seen.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWx6dYH_rAA
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Great video, I enjoyed that, thanks JokerClap
"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever." - Jacques Cousteau
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There is so much footage that there will be a part 2 coming
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Lovely viewing on a rainy day. Makes me wish I had a bigger boat :)
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Yes, It wasn't nice coming back from the Mokes with the weather turning into quite a severe Easterly that hit us side on all the way back to Omaha. Fortunately Joker (an FC560 C/C) is a really stable platform for when it gets ugly with breaking beam on seas - we got wet but safety wasn't challenged.
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Wicked trip / vid mate!!
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Nice stuff Joker, a great place to fish, good to see the Kings on fire. Went out in the weekend and stuggled with livebaits at the mokes, sometimes easy to bin up on the blue bullets.
 
Got to be carefull coming back from the mokes in smaller boats, 15knots out there can chop up big time and fuel consumption goes through the roof!
 
Thanks for sharing
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