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Nice one CN!

Slugga - maketu is s good Coastgaurd option - but then they all are really aren’t they.

Had a very slow day out through the cut today - lucky for some persistence to finally bag a good feed. Once again my boys out fished me 😂
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Originally posted by Comfortably Numb Comfortably Numb wrote:

was a good harbour day today.
Heaps of Kahawai and snaps just after low tide. 
All snaps around 47cm.
Any other luch out there? 
Windy, on my limit for the mighty 12 footer!
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Nice @Comfortably Numb.
Was that during the daytime?
Whereabouts were you, if you don't mind me asking.
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Maketu coastguard is only $90 I think. Registering with a local coastguard is cheaper than the national one but with the same benefits.
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Now that is a snapper Speedy! 
An out of harbour catch?
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Hi Coastbusters
Was off Kauri Pt about 2pm.
Wind against tide so didnt seem that it would be a good day.
A snapper even went for my live bait sabiki!
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Thanks @CN.

Other end of the harbour from me (I am in the Mount end), but good to know the snaps are biting during the middle of the day. Were you in deep water? I didn't have any luck yesterday, but then I was sheltering from the wind and chop and it was only about 2.5m deep (and pretty slack tide).
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Mike that's a nice snapper for the young fella, bet Hayden was jealous he didn't hook it on the 1kg line. Did you notice all that scattered bait sign in about 9-10m on the way out and around 14m on the way in straight off the Cut yesterday. I presume it was Jack Macks, would be a good place to slowly troll a livey around on 4 or 6 kg line for Hayden.
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Hi ya
I was in about 2m max (murky). Not mid channel. 
Went there again today, KY only 
Better sea conditions today for the beast of the 12ft' it is.
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ps snapper from yesterday tonight.
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Cheers CN.

Has anyone heard any inside info on how the charter boat ended up on the rocks by Mauao?
News reports aren't saying anything we can't already see. Journalism at it's best!
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Originally posted by Marligator Marligator wrote:


Mike that's a nice snapper for the young fella, bet Hayden was jealous he didn't hook it on the 1kg line. Did you notice all that scattered bait sign in about 9-10m on the way out and around 14m on the way in straight off the Cut yesterday. I presume it was Jack Macks, would be a good place to slowly troll a livey around on 4 or 6 kg line for Hayden.


Yes Vance - we saw that bait sign just on the cut side of town point but didn’t stop... yip - a livie there would be interesting!
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Originally posted by Comfortably Numb Comfortably Numb wrote:

Now that is a snapper Speedy! 
An out of harbour catch?
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Definitely outside! I’ve conceded defeat to the harbour these days!
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The harbour snaps are biting tonight.
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You can't beat the harbour for stunning views and peacefulness after sunset or sunrise. As a former city boy, I feel like I am on another planet or in a dream sometimes when I'm out there.
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Great photos thank you kitno.
Do live in papamoa and fish the TGA end of the harbour?
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Originally posted by Comfortably Numb Comfortably Numb wrote:

Great photos thank you kitno.
Do live in papamoa and fish the TGA end of the harbour?
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Yes, Papamoa. They were caught up past Omokoroa.
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Fished off Matakana yesterday. Loaded up in 3 hours. Fish were hungry as
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Outside? How is the bar at the moment?
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