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Gamefishing Updates - Manukau to Ahipara - 18/19

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Topic: Gamefishing Updates - Manukau to Ahipara - 18/19
Posted By: Sezza
Subject: Gamefishing Updates - Manukau to Ahipara - 18/19
Date Posted: 19 Oct 2018 at 1:24pm
Game-fishing reports, updates, and pics here. Good luck for the  season.



Replies:
Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 05 Nov 2018 at 7:58pm
Landed on my first weight for the season, went 86.7 kg.
Feeling pretty pumped.
Boat in exceptional condition, body and gear tuned and duly primed.



Season close ....

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Posted By: Tagit
Date Posted: 05 Nov 2018 at 8:50pm
Tagged & released?


Posted By: widerange
Date Posted: 05 Nov 2018 at 10:07pm
You are the epitome of whats gone wrong with the fishing website
YOU ****ER


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 06 Nov 2018 at 4:51pm
Sorry about that, virus stopped me working this post.
Sorted I hope.

As I said, I have got my weight down and feeling fit again after two years of heart issues.
Really looking forward to fishing and not boat and gear mods and maintenance.

Widerange, must of been my poor grammar or people's comprehension you got hold of, no wait a moment my English was good.

And as the last ten to fifteen years there has always been an air of excitement and enthusiasm to the upcoming game season. Harmless really.

Hope your not too offended....
not really, don't be so precious.

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Posted By: White snake
Date Posted: 07 Nov 2018 at 11:38am
Good on you Mattoo. You are not the only one who's excited about the coming season.i hope you get into some action and keep posting.Dont let halfwitted comments like that from keyboard warriors get to you😉


Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 10 Nov 2018 at 9:45pm

Good to hear Matt.
I’m going through some dicky ticker issues right now..not much fun.
Should be sorted in time for game time.

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Posted By: Coutta
Date Posted: 11 Nov 2018 at 3:23pm
Well said White Snake.  Some people should get onto the Buy, sell, trade thread and look for a cheap sense of humour. 


Posted By: Xtoad
Date Posted: 15 Nov 2018 at 7:59pm
Anyone thinking about having a sneaky look over the weekend?


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 16 Nov 2018 at 6:18am
As there are no rules, it's always worth a look.
Bite looks low, but if you ain't doing it you won't have a chance.
It's also a good shakedown run to be ready for the season.

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Posted By: yknot
Date Posted: 12 Dec 2018 at 8:55pm
Has anyone been out for a look ??



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Posted By: Dunwurkn
Date Posted: 13 Dec 2018 at 12:03am
2 weeks ago at 300m was some 20 degree nice patch of water bait birds and dolphins.

Can’t be long


Posted By: Nkosi
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2018 at 11:22am
Any idea if the albies arrived at the Manakau bar yet - depth ?


Posted By: Joker
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2018 at 3:49pm

Basking marlin sighted 16/12/2018 and 100% confirmed as a stickface in 250m depth well North of Piha in 20.8C. Also saw free jumper 10 mins later. Tried running a lure around the stripy but no takers. 

Only saw 1 work up of tuna the whole day.


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2018 at 4:26pm
Cool Joker,
What species of tuna did you see?

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Posted By: Joker
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2018 at 8:55pm
Originally posted by MATTOO MATTOO wrote:

Cool Joker,
What species of tuna did you see?

I reckon they were only skippies  - just saw the surface boil but they were not the big early albies. 


Posted By: Joker
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2018 at 8:56pm
Originally posted by Joker Joker wrote:

Originally posted by MATTOO MATTOO wrote:

Cool Joker,
What species of tuna did you see?

I reckon they were only skippies  - just saw the surface boil but they were not the big early albies. However they were quite close in at around 65m.


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 18 Dec 2018 at 5:12pm
Thanks Joker.
Was expecting the shallow cooler waters to begin.

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Posted By: Got-ya
Date Posted: 30 Dec 2018 at 10:09pm
A marlin was hooked at 1515hrs today and stayed on for 2 hours before one of the light gauge hooks broke and the other bent. Had it to the boat and on the leader after an hour before it powered away again. Fish was a stripy and looked like it would easily have made weight, was approx 110m off Manukau bar. Boat was Hillbilly from Counties and the Angler was Maree Pedersen. Gutted.

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Posted By: Fishb8
Date Posted: 31 Dec 2018 at 2:59pm
At least it's an official catch as you had the leader in hand.


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Posted By: ET487
Date Posted: 31 Dec 2018 at 3:55pm
Originally posted by Fishb8 Fishb8 wrote:

At least it's an official catch as you had the leader in hand.
I don't understand really. After one hour you grap the leader, fish going nuts and you let go. Fight fish for another hour before hooks broke and bend. So thats an official catch. Please explain this to me.


Posted By: Tagit
Date Posted: 31 Dec 2018 at 5:49pm
The IGFA made the 'grab the leader' rule to facilitate easier catch and release. Fish doesn't need to be worked to exhaustion so swivel to the rod tip or deckie grabs the leader and fish is 'caught'.  Doesn't always seem to make sense on every fish but that is the rule.


Posted By: OuttaHere
Date Posted: 31 Dec 2018 at 5:49pm
Originally posted by ET487 ET487 wrote:

Originally posted by Fishb8 Fishb8 wrote:

At least it's an official catch as you had the leader in hand.
I don't understand really. After one hour you grap the leader, fish going nuts and you let go. Fight fish for another hour before hooks broke and bend. So thats an official catch. Please explain this to me.

Under IGFA rules for a catch a release fishery, a fish is considered "caught" when one of 3 things happens:
-Someone is able to grab the leader
-The swivel reaches the rod tip
-The knot joining the mainline to the leader material is inside the top guide of the rod (noting that only something like the last 5 metres of line before the leader is counted as the mainline)


Posted By: Got-ya
Date Posted: 31 Dec 2018 at 7:18pm
I let go of the leader because I was reluctant to put to much pressure on the light gauge hooks (After skipper had given me a big lecture about taking it easy with them), with standard (for lack of a better term) game hooks it was caught for sure as the fish was pretty docile, just would not come up that extra couple of metres to grab the bill. It defiantly reached all of the above criteria to be a caught fish but how come we all feel so gutted?, did not feel caught to us and that is what really matters.

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Posted By: ET487
Date Posted: 01 Jan 2019 at 5:58am
Ok thanks guys i see the reason behind it and Happy New Year to you all. Got ya i know that feelings quite well, maybe next time you get hold of the bill.


Posted By: Fishb8
Date Posted: 01 Jan 2019 at 6:54am
Originally posted by Got-ya Got-ya wrote:

I let go of the leader because I was reluctant to put to much pressure on the light gauge hooks (After skipper had given me a big lecture about taking it easy with them), with standard (for lack of a better term) game hooks it was caught for sure as the fish was pretty docile, just would not come up that extra couple of metres to grab the bill. It defiantly reached all of the above criteria to be a caught fish but how come we all feel so gutted?, did not feel caught to us and that is what really matters.
You don't have to tag a fish for a catch.
If you intended to release it, then it's a perfect release.
If you intended to weigh it, well, can understand the disappointment.
Well done, anyway.


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Posted By: yknot
Date Posted: 20 Jan 2019 at 8:37pm
Is carpark at little huia being used for a private function this year?

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Posted By: swordfishsteve
Date Posted: 21 Jan 2019 at 7:14am
FYI I heard that Hokianga fired up on Saturday, few fish caught , just a rumour as have not seen weigh station photos? anyone else confirm this??
cheers swordfishsteveSmile


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Posted By: Carnivore
Date Posted: 21 Jan 2019 at 9:30am
Hi Steve,
I can't speak for Sunday, but I was one of about 6 boats out of the Hoki on Saturday and heard on the radio 3 fish caught before 11am, with a few more hookup calls. Most 120-130m. Not sure how the afternoon went, I was off the water and on the way to the smoker :)

cheers
Carnivore


Posted By: jackel
Date Posted: 21 Jan 2019 at 2:39pm
Originally posted by yknot yknot wrote:

Is carpark at little huia being used for a private function this year?

**Please Note** The paddock at Little Huia will be closed next Friday and Saturday, 25th and 26th January for a Turner Family function.  The paddock will be open again on Sunday.

The Westcoaster will be held on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd March with clean-up Sunday 3rd so this will mean the paddock will be closed then also. 


Posted By: Blindspot
Date Posted: 21 Jan 2019 at 4:34pm
Can anyone confirm if Skippies or Albies are being caught <120m off the Manukau as yet?

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Posted By: yknot
Date Posted: 21 Jan 2019 at 4:58pm
Thanks Jackel

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Posted By: the demon
Date Posted: 26 Jan 2019 at 2:57pm
Anyone out today or thinking going tomorrow .?manukau
Been quiet on here


Posted By: BenM
Date Posted: 26 Jan 2019 at 7:37pm
Yes, sorry just saw this.

2 weekends ago we were in the Albies between 65m-85m. Hooked a marlin on a tuna lure which promptly snapped and also had one take a livie but we didn't manage to hook and fight it.

20.8 degrees in the morning rising to 21.5 in the afternoon.


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 26 Jan 2019 at 9:00pm
Jakepitsville had his first for the season, 123 ish kgs.
Great result finally for the hours already put in.

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Posted By: Muppet
Date Posted: 30 Jan 2019 at 8:14pm
Workmate got one off Ahipara 120.5kg Stripey on Sunday. 


Posted By: Xtoad
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 6:40pm
Anyone heading west over the next few days?
Popping out tomorrow arvo and Wednesday for a look.
Stu


Posted By: the demon
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 6:53pm
Went out today XToad, farrrrrrrking motor problems at midday at the hundred .
80 meter straight out we had a big splash 100 m off the bow at  9am got the team excited .Headed to the hundred and on to the 150 meter ,out there was a desert so back into the 105meter where we pick up a albert in a small group of them .
5 minutes later we had a marlin on the wake on the starb side 20 meters from the shot gun , we think it looked at the lures but it chased some bait which was in front of it .
Then the bloody curse , limped back in . Conditions were beut , the sw pushed the eastley in the avo no more that 10 knots out there . 100meter looked the best .
Had saurie in 65 meters limping in straight out side the bar .




Posted By: smudge
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 7:12pm
I better tell what I've heard. Saturday was our marlin money comp. For 20 or 30 boats (guess) that braved the atrocious conditions we had 2 x tagged and 3 weighed. Two of those fish were caught on the shallow side of 80m. Ohhh there were 2 dropped as well. Good odds eh!

Skippies & albies at 80 to 100, blue water everywhere at that depth. We're going Wednesday. It's going to be flat as.


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Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 8:57pm
Sorry to hear about your troubles demon.
Thanks for the intel lads. I’ll be out next two days looking for skippies to fill I the bait freezer and marlin to put a tag or two into. Boat name supermodel black 5.5 workmate with white riggers. Launching from Little hula
Will be out there in company with Mattoo and Y’knot on A Salt weapon.
Re radio channels ....CG ch 18.    Chat 63. ?????

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Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 9:09pm
Confirm those channels, Phil.
Yes Geoff and I are sitting on the water in Little hula.
Looking forward to my first trip west this season.
Will let you know as the day progresses what we see.

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Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 9:14pm
Yeah some good intel. Just seen a pic off a couple of Mahimahi out of the Manukau zone today.
I’ll head for my spot I think rather than the 130 spot

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Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2019 at 10:33pm
Probably be there as well as Crew may mutiny otherwise.

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Posted By: Xtoad
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 7:08am
Go hard lads, I’m on Liquid Asset. Thanks for the info Smudge, hopefully I won’t have another one die on me and I won’t have to give you a call.


Posted By: Blindspot
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 9:37am
good luck with that supermodel, I was out a few weekends back and there was no sign of skippies... was lucky to pick up a few alberts but dont consider them bait :P

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Posted By: smudge
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 4:04pm
Originally posted by Xtoad Xtoad wrote:

Go hard lads, I’m on Liquid Asset. Thanks for the info Smudge, hopefully I won’t have another one die on me and I won’t have to give you a call.
 
Always happy to weigh another one for you Stuart Big smile


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Posted By: shaneg
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 10:07pm
Might see you all out there. Boat is Obsession. What radio channel we on .. been a while.


Posted By: shaneg
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 10:12pm
Sorry Phil just read post last page 18 for CG 63 for chat. Could be few muppets out tomorrow.


Posted By: shaneg
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 10:57pm
Taken my andromeda out of lure selection tomorrow. Will run smaller offering such smash bait baby aloha and a big top gun revolver in close .. not sure want risk seeing my andromeda get chewed.
Everyone gone to sleep on this thread for an early start?


Posted By: Dunwurkn
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2019 at 11:34pm
No not yet, does anyone sleep the night before game fishing?


Posted By: smudge
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 12:05am
Originally posted by Dunwurkn Dunwurkn wrote:

No not yet, does anyone sleep the night before game fishing?
I'm still up. Heading out a little after the sun comes up


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Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 4:38am
I’m up
Back out again for another day of torment. Had a very slow day yesterday. Perfect conditions with not much biting.
Went to about 105m north of the bar. Good water 23 d temp
Apparently there were plenty of skippies and Albee’s but we never saw them. Only one skip for the whole day for us.
Headed back into 48 of Karekare where there was a lot more bait and bird life. Had one good hit that lasted 20 seconds then fell off. Lure came back with a broken light gauge hook. Yeah yeah I know, don’t take a knife to a gun fight. To be fair that hook was not on its first season or first fish so a lesspon learnt.
Heaps of big Macs behind the bar north end in 40ish metres
Will head there first thing this morning to stock up. Coming up 3-5 at a time on un baited sabiki
Good luck to all today. Time to hit the rd.

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Posted By: jakepitsville
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 6:30am
Goodluck


Posted By: Xtoad
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 11:19am
Had a great gurnard and snapper sesh off Orua last night and over bar at 0600. Glad I didn’t have to do the ramp with everyone...
We’ve had plenty of Albies today and pulled that lure out. Just saw two blue whales in 160 straight out. Heading in a bit closer now.


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 1:58pm
Listening to the radio today, the west went off.
Singles, doubles and a treble.
If you weren't there you'll just be reading about it.
Or listening while I clean the boat and mutter bugger should of stayed out.

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Posted By: the demon
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 2:12pm
Go figure , cant wait to here the stories . Noticed the other day no seiners out there at the 100m cleaning out the skippys , think they know to there are not many round . we didnt pick one up at all . Got a feeling some of these ones today are in shellow 65m or less , going on how much life is there compared to the 120m outwards . keep the troups posted matto


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 4:49pm
There have definetly been two areas of bait, the 35-60 m parallel to the coast.
There are macs, kawhai, skips and albies there.
Larger predators like kings, makos, sharks in general and Marlin.
And a spread out intermittent strip along the 100ish m line. This contained saury and I'm guessing here possibly squid and macs in spread but sparse schools.
Then albies and skips.
Predators were seals, sharks and of course billfish.
Today also presented many more bait balls some quite large and heavily concentrated.
Seems the sea state was pretty good from what I heard.
There are also two fads that I know of off the coast.

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Posted By: shaneg
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 8:16pm
No cigar for us. Action was north up towards muriwai in range of depths it would seem.
Lot caught. 1st two boats I spoke to back huia both had marlin in them. Livies and lures taking those 2 fish.
Bar was little lumpy coming in about 4. Tide started to run out. Good test for 490 stabi in south channel. Didn't break anything so good day out.
Caught up with Phil at beach as well. Think I'll go again Friday


Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 10:10pm
Yeah we only bet Shane by one albie...we had the tip off to head for muriwai but didn’t want to risk 20 nm of bashing home if the sw filled in...I might go Friday too if Mum will give me some gas money...oh yeah almost forgot we saw a definite free jumper grey hounding along in 40m off karekare while we were catching jackos..deployed one in the area but nada

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Posted By: Xtoad
Date Posted: 07 Feb 2019 at 7:46am
I made the same decision as you supermodel and it didn’t pay off. Was far nicer conditions out there than I had expected in the afternoon. Seeing those blue whales kinda made up for it.


Posted By: RH580ikanui
Date Posted: 07 Feb 2019 at 7:53am
Yeah better safe than sorry, not nice in 5.5 if it gets ****ty.
Coming back in the south channel was a perfect exampl as all the big boys screamed passed us as we wallowed in their wakes getting bashed about
I’m looking at Monday for my next chance possibly out of the kaipara with a left turn down the coast. Could be looking for a crewman if anyone interested.

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Posted By: Skoti
Date Posted: 09 Feb 2019 at 7:14pm
Three marlin coming into Te Toro tonight .
Weighed one earlier that went under 90 .
Most fish seem to be less than 80 mtrs South of the bar ,
Saw a free jumper at 60 while snapper fishing on Waitangi day .
A mate saw one at 35 while he was heading out last Saturday .


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Posted By: Got-ya
Date Posted: 10 Feb 2019 at 3:48pm

Maree Pedersen on Hillbilly was one of those three, went 105.3kg



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Posted By: Nathan
Date Posted: 11 Feb 2019 at 11:37am
Went for first outing yesterday pm. Big run of saury behind the bar in 30m rounded up by Kahawai. Found tuna rounding up bait balls in 60m off Piha. Heaps of big skipjack and a couple of small Albies. Good to be out. Water temp getting to 24.


Posted By: Sezza
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 9:54am
I caught my very first stripped marlin yesterday on a bonze "Here for the party" lure with Tide skirt combo on light gauged hooks. The fish was about 100-110kg. Release it after a 2 hour fight and swam away strong.
Saw heaps of activity with schools of skipjack and saury through the course of the day.
It was my first time ever on the west coast and it delivered. 
West is Best Clap


Posted By: BIG DOG
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 10:29am
Well done sezza. What area and depth were you working for the day ?


Posted By: Clifftastic
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 10:36am
Congrats Sezza!

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Posted By: Sezza
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 11:21am
Not too sure about area but we were in 100m+ depth.


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 11:22am
What an excellent result.
Good to see the fish was strong after a long fight like that.
That will satisfy the soul.

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Posted By: smudge
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 3:04pm
Originally posted by Sezza Sezza wrote:

I caught my very first stripped marlin yesterday on a bonze "Here for the party" lure with Tide skirt combo on light gauged hooks. The fish was about 100-110kg. Release it after a 2 hour fight and swam away strong.
Saw heaps of activity with schools of skipjack and saury through the course of the day.
It was my first time ever on the west coast and it delivered. 
West is Best Clap
 
Excellent! well done Sezza


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Posted By: Tagit
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 4:52pm
Well done Sezza. Two hours is a long fight time. I suspect the arms were getting tired. Next time give the driver a good whipping and tell him that 30 minutes is enough please.


Posted By: krow
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2019 at 8:36pm
Congrats. Be a day or two before the feet touch the ground again. Beer


Posted By: Fishb8
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2019 at 10:43am
Well done👍👍
2 hours is a long time


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Posted By: jackel
Date Posted: 24 Feb 2019 at 11:23pm
Just a friendly reminder ladies and gentlemen-If your in the comp good luck!!

Little Huia Paddock Closure for Marine Deals West Coaster 2019. 

The Westcoaster will be held on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd March with clean-up Sunday 3rd so this will mean the paddock will be closed. 


Posted By: Poundtown
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2019 at 6:42am
Nice work!! Whos heading out wednesday for a stick face?


Posted By: MATTOO
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2019 at 6:02pm
As a discussion point rather than a gripe in any sense.
And as an outsider that sees great value in this comp.

Could or should we expect an allocation of the parking zone for the benefit of those not involved in this comp.
Would I be right in believing this is a public space or is it truely private that we are gratuitously having use of over the rest of the season.

I have entered this competition as a solo over some seasons now, and which the competition doesn't allow just to gain a parking spot.

But maybe it's time for the authorities to provide us all better facilities.
Particularly ones that can't be blocked by landbased fisherman and picnickers that don't realise that a ramp is for launching and retrieving of boats, not an empty parking space
For the shortest distance for those to waddle.

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Posted By: sposman
Date Posted: 16 Mar 2019 at 4:30pm
Hi, anyone catching albies today, cheers


Posted By: Nkosi
Date Posted: 17 Mar 2019 at 4:31pm
I found heaps of albies in 85-95m off the Kaipara.


Posted By: Nkosi
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2019 at 9:33am
Anyone out from the Manukau recently?
Keen to chase some tuna over Easter.
Any intell appreciated.



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