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Originally posted by Coder1 Coder1 wrote:

What sort of depth were the tarakihi at?

Last Friday there were some at 41 mtrs.

But they ain't there nowLOL
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Anyone tried the Harbour for snapper yet? 
It cant be far away until they start returning. 
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Was out there on Saturday. Bloodly cold wind. Pumped in a ton of Burley. Not even a bite. Still 2 weeks away yet I think be for the snapper start showing up
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next saturday morning looks too good to be true.
went out on the kayak straight off the beach yesterday, no luck but was hard to actually fish in 25km/h winds. i think next saturday is a go off the beach again!
0.1m swell bugger all wind
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That was my first for the harbour season last year, 20/9/19. About 50cm I think.

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Hi ya Pullasiki
Where did you see that forecast please?
I looked at surf report and predict wind - 25 km/hr?
(Morning definitely have a spring feel now)
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yea looks like the good weather has drifted off to monday onwards. oh well,
i use windguru.cz or google search weather (with the little slider to check winds at different times of day) seems best and swell just use metservice.

But saturday does have the best wind direction/ swell for kayaking off the beach so it should be good.
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Kitno you are the king of the harbour. So I'm not so sure I'd have the same luck.

What water temperature do you think they start coming in?
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I wouldn't consider myself king of the harbour. There's plenty of guy's around that do really well and better than me. As far as water temperatures go, when A Buoy is 14.5 , that's a good starting point. I'd say they're in now.
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Ah damn it
Thought I might have been able to get out 
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semi successful session this morning. 4 snapper & a gurnard down along matakana.
would be interested how the others got on. 
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Good stuff! What did you get them on? Softies or bait?
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Yeah Zman Bruised B's and Slow jigs. 
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Bruised bananas for the win! CheersBig smile
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We were along matakana in the afternoon. 2 snapper and a kahawai. Drifting with bait and softbaiting. Still a novice with soft baiting so had a few tails bitten off and dropped strikes and not that great a selection of softbaits on board but it was obvious they had much more potential than bait
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Thats good to hear, what depth where the fish holding?
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We were between 12 and 20mtrs
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Cheers fella 👍
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Got out this avo, with my son. Between 12 -16mts off matakana. Softies with natural colors, new penny the best, ended up with 3 snaps and a carrot out from 1400 to 1530, heaps of boats out and about!
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Well done mate!
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