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    Posted: 13 Apr 2011 at 8:38am
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Hey Guys & Girls,
 
Here's a page to post your personal best's as you get them. It's a way to show off your growing experience (or luck!) & build up a history of your catches.
 
Cut & paste the following when you add a photo & fill in the blanks;
 
Anglers Name:
Locaton:
Date:
Species:
Shore, boat, yak:
Weight (or estimate) :
Tackle used (Rod/Reel) :
Method (Jig, bait, Softbait...) :
 

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I'm going to kick it off with a pic of a good mate of mine who's new PB features in NZFisher this Month.
 
Good on ya Ian.
 
Anglers Name: Ian Biddick
Locaton: Mayor Island, BOP
Date: 07/10/10
Species: Kingfish
Shore, boat, yak: Boat (Extreme sport fishing adventures)
Weight (or estimate) : 18kg
Tackle used (Rod/Reel) : Accurate SR-30 & Custom rod
Method (Jig, bait, Softbait...) : Stickbaiting
 

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Good post NZFisher. C'mon newbies let's see what you've got!
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Well... went to Baywater this morning for a good quick fish off the wharf with some newbie mates. First guy to kick us off caught a baby shark... of all things... so we quickly dehooked it and let it off. My personal best this morning was a 30cm snapper... which right now is becoming dinner buwhahahhah
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Good looking Kahawai there Repoman - did you weigh it or measure length?

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nah just ended up eating most of it, bit new when it comes too kw, i should of bleed it straight away
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Little Trevally - Just testing my photo uploading abilities Smile


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Cripes! An aussie feesh ... nice. Looks like your pic upload is working fine. Thumbs Up

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Nice Scope - what model is that?
What'd you get it on?

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Repoman , that is a nice fish , though my first time fishing in NZ since I've been here for 3.5years I got lucky and hooked me 2 biggies and some snapper , I call it beginners luck as we were 3 on the boat and it took one of he crew about 5hrs to land his first size fish LOL
I really enjoyed fishing in South Africa , but since I got here , haven't really got any gear , sorta focused on spearing at the moment... though the water viz is absolutely crap at this stage of the season change , I might have to convert to rock or surf casting Smile
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Originally posted by NZFisher NZFisher wrote:

Nice Scope - what model is that?
What'd you get it on?


haha cheers mate - Not 100% sure but I think it was a baby giant trevally.

Got him on a damiki armour shad 3inch soft plastic. Smile
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yep caught this bugger out at tangi, got another 2 a few weeks later all on my surf rod, one great fighting fish the kw
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Anglers Name: marco capozzella
Locaton: paremoremo wharf
Date: 10.5.2011
Species: kawai
Shore, boat, yak: wharf
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Tackle used (Rod/Reel) : shimano catana rod, shimano sahara reel
Method (Jig, bait, Softbait...) : small yellow tail hooked through mouth live bait seem to be the damage today .... lost a couple  due to trying to land up at the wharf found it difficult on light tackle, to get them out but all good fun was had .......
 
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Nice work marco - Live baiting all the way up there's interesting. You chasing Kahawai or Kings?

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just the kahawai mate although there has been a few kingies floating around the wharf something took my small bait rod the ther day and gave a hell of a run we missed the surface splash so unsure what it was could of been anything a ray a bigger kahwai ...... as i said though all good fun down at the wharf hopefully get back down tomorrow for an afternoon ....
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Anglers Name: Seth
Locaton: Manukau
Date: May, best time to fish in the muddy
Species: Snapper
Shore, boat, yak: 10ft of awesomeness
Weight: 9lb and 10lb
Tackle used : Currado 200e, BBE 4kg with 4kg braid
Method: Single hook dropper rig, trev bait, 7oz of weight


Anglers Name: Seth & Jeff (funtimesjeff)
Locaton: Manukau
Date: May, best time to fish in the muddy
Species: Snapper
Shore, boat, yak: 10ft of awesomeness
Weight: 11lb and less, all phat as hell
Tackle used : Currado 200e, BBE 4kg with 4kg braid
Method: Single hook dropper rig, whole jack macs, kys and big strips of mullet,5 - 7oz of weight, a hour and a half of fishing




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Hell yeah - Seth that is some mighty fine goldfish there my friend! Well done!

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Here are a couple of picks of my newbies PB snapper before he went to live in Canada.His name is Nic Coburn and both fish were about the same weight.One is a Raglan fish and the other is a Waikawau fish.
When people ask me how we got on I say..Yeah We Gottafew.
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Before teaming up with me Nic's best snapper was 30cm..

When people ask me how we got on I say..Yeah We Gottafew.
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