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A pea-souper at 7am this morning, bar flat but a bit of a washing machine out at 30-40 with plagues of kahawai.

Headed in close and the wind died and it became glassy about midday, and picked up some nice 16lb snaps and a selection of other keepers. Big fish liked whole pilchard on the straylines.
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Post Options Post Options   Likes (0) Likes(0)   Quote Reel Deal Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 May 2019 at 11:37pm
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Thanks for the report. And good fish session !!! 16 pounds is a big fish for a feed. Kawhai feed as well . Noice
The gods do not subtract from the allotted span of men's lives the hours spent on fishing - Assyrian Proverb
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Out across the Bar last Friday early in the morning, fog at entrance so had to use the GPS track to align markers. Swell was still 2-3m so went out to 40m. No drift so didn't drop the anchor, fish were plentiful but the snapper fairly small. Kept a couple 3 -4 kg range for the pot. My mate was sick so pulled the pin about midday, with the swell still around decided to cross the bar before low tide. Nice sunny day, great to be out on the west coast !!
Cant beat hunting and Fishing in N.Z
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