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went up the river last nite to see if there was any action ended up with 5 good size kahawai for the smoker pretty dam cold though only stayed there for about  a 1hr.1/2  feet were getting numb time to go home

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grew up on the coast mate and spent a lot of time in the weiti river some good fishing there and heaps of flounder if you have a net.
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was smoked there once by a monster snapper. paul remembers it, haha.
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november 1989 we pull 2 trevs 9.5kg and 9.8 kg fishing in the mouth on the stillwater side!!

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caught a trevally up there a few weeks ago went almost 4 kg caught on my bait rod lol
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he took me to one of his spots in wairewa ended up coming home with a good feed snapper and kw
wana try get those trevys u cn see sitting in between the pile ons
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Mate caught an 85cm kingy from the Weiti earlier in the year. It was following a stingray around as they're known to do.< id="adlesse_unifier_magic_element_id" style="display:none;">
What's the cheapest type of meat? Dear balls. They're under a buck.
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they not too far away i had three hanging round wen i was tryna catch some trevally there some big ones there hooked one kingi but had no gaff.........not to hard to figure out wat happened next he wouldve  legal bt not huge
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Anyone keen to go for a flounder soon? I don't have a net and always thought the channel in the weiti was a bit deep to spear. I'm up in Arkles
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keen as bro
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Pmd ya bud, Complete rookie but god loves a trier. 
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how big do you think it was?
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I live 15 minutes drive from the weiti river, very good fishing spot, I have personally caught a 45cm snapper there, along with a trevalley about the same size and a 55cm kahawai. At the moment I’m trying to catch a dogfish/shark in the weiti river so if anyone has advice on it that would be helpful
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