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    Posted: 03 Oct 2006 at 11:30pm
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hi,pretty new to soft plastics and just wondering what you guys recommend for catching tarakihi in under 30m of water or if you guys have any advice that would be cool as,I think next time im out ill just try a whole bunch of different soft plastics etc and see what works best...
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The only SP's I've caught them on are the crabs. Generally when we are fishing for Terakihi in Napier its over a deep wreck in 60m+, so I just fish them on a ledger.
 
I'd imagine the smaller the SP the better for them as they have small little mouths. 
 
Where abouts are you targeting them?
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Have caught mine on 2.5 inch grub tails, but cant say I have targeted them specifically yet.
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im planning on targetting them on some islands near durvillie island as ive nailed them with the speargun there quite a few times(tons and tons of the little guys),i think i may try the crabs and see how that goes.
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