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60m for us this morning. Binned up by 10.30  Biggest 5.7kg. 60m west of 23. Lost a fair bit of gear to the sharks but a constant run of snapper kept us there. Old Bradley is smoking his first fillets of the season.

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just done two days on water, day one  58 mtrs,of leads,  nice fish ,few sharkies,today same area better fish, 
 
seems fish are holding anywhere between 50 and 65, sounds a bit cleaner,,less sharkies, around the 50.. didn't crack a twenty but came close,, best at 17 ave around the7-8-9 pnd
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good stuff, cant wait to get out there soon
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Thanks for that. Spent the day listening to my handheld vhf while I took cork flooring up in the ensuite and prepared walls and windows for painting. It was torture, lots of boats out, but its the last room and my credits are high. Hopefully have a crack later in the week once these northerlies pass through.
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Can't give a fishing report but by 13.30 there were a stream of boats heading in...weather calm and warm....tells me they were binned up!
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there gonna be a few smoke houses going today.......
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Got out on Sunday for the first time in a long time out of Kawhia.
Went to 58 and had a slow but steady run of snaps. Adverage 5-6 pounds with plenty of china man sharks and the odd kahawai and gurnard.
Bar crossing was a bit hairy. If anyone got a photo of the flying boat on Venturer id love to see it as my eyes were closed.
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Anyone going out for a look tommorow or sunday out of Rags? Not too sure what to make of the forecast yet???
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Monday trip on the Dove for 2 of us.
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heading out four arvo tommorrow. Probably go dawn Sunday and make a call when out. SW home after lunch. Will be bit rough for sure.
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Just a snapper fish is it Roy? Im aching to drop some jigs out at gannet for some kingys forecast not looking the besest though. Need a mate that lives there to give a real time report so I can just gap it out there. Weather forecast sites are a bit conflicting right now... might have to go east coast???
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was out from Mokau yesterday, was a mint arvo would of been awesome this morning.
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Did anyone venture out today?I towed my boat to manu bay about mid morning had a look and did not like wind strength and swell building so turned around and went home.
When people ask me how we got on I say..Yeah We Gottafew.
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Yeah we were looking at tomorrow but will prob keep the powder dry for another day!

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spent from six till one on the water today. Blowing 15 most of the time,small swell with ****ty short chop. Plenty of boats about. Started in the pack in 50 then 52 then 55. Plenty of boats stopping for an hour then moving on. Was keen to head further out but forcast 20 knots kept us on the cautious side. Heaps of workups and some solid kahawai. Snapper on the bite in the afternoon in the deeper water with one going 58 cm. Seemed like a long hard day on the water!
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Out of Manu Bay this morning by 7.30, abit crappy on the way out to the 50m line, hard fishing, moved to the 55m line and again very slow, only had 4 snapper by low tide about 9.45am, but then at 10.30 it came on big time, binned up with limit and on way home by 11.30am.
Great day overall, forecast looking good for later in the week too.
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We were out from Rags early Sunday, near due west of the leads, sloppy seas and slow trip but at the 55m by 8, finished fishing about an hour later with a bin full of fish.  Back home in time to catch the last of the ABs game.  Great morning.  I havent had fishing that fast in ages, 2 at a time, about 2 seconds on the bottom before bites.  Awesome.  Only thing that slowed us down was a few (cudas?) stealing hooks. Angry
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