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Are you setting a trap for smudge?

In my mind it is a racist policy, it gives one group of people rights based on their ethnicity.

In reality, if people lived in such places where they depended on fishing and hunting for daily sustenance, nobody would care if they continued.

My issue is with the media constantly throwing such articles up to keep us at each other's throats, while they keep the important stuff quiet.
you can't fix an idiot with duct tape, but it does muffle them for a while...
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Originally posted by smudge smudge wrote:

I'm not biting Big smile

Nothing to bite at.
New Zealand has been on a path to separation for a few decades now.
Just recently though, the pace has quickened, aided and abetted by some dodgy reinterpretations and the UN.
As an aside, those that point this out are labeled racist and those implementing it are considered heroes.
Ironic aye?
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V8, I support your martyrdom.

Hypocrisy is rampant.

The rampant influx of weak kneed morons should be ddt'd out of here.
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Originally posted by v8-coupe v8-coupe wrote:

Originally posted by smudge smudge wrote:

I'm not biting Big smile


Nothing to bite at.
New Zealand has been on a path to separation for a few decades now.
Just recently though, the pace has quickened, aided and abetted by some dodgy reinterpretations and the UN.
As an aside, those that point this out are labeled racist and those implementing it are considered heroes.
Ironic aye?




I think they missed the principle of “diversity” when they made that decision on food gathering.
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what we allowed to fish now?
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Looks that way
Why choose either diving or fishing when you can do both. Besides crayfish tail is very good bait!!
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The Covid website says -

Stick to simple outdoor exercise, and avoid activities where you can get injured or lost. For example, do not go swimming, surfing, boating, hunting or tramping.  

So, assume can fish off the coast (in places where wont get injured, such as a beach or wharf), but not on a boat.
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Good SH-T!!!
Thats gonna piss off a lot of perl clutching Karens who feel there salons should now be opened up.
Great news.
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It says this further down page

"You can fish from a wharf or the shore, but do not cast off the rocks or fish from a boat. Boating is not allowed. Keep it local — go to your nearest fishing spot, not your favourite fishing spot.

Whitebaiting
At Alert Level 4, you can fish for whitebait during the whitebaiting season. Fish locally, stay 2 metres from other river users and do not use motorised vehicles to get to your fishing spot."
Why choose either diving or fishing when you can do both. Besides crayfish tail is very good bait!!
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Us grumpy old men have a little less to be grumpy about. Now, where's my surfcaster? LOL
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I would be reaching for the piper floats and squid jigs.

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Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

I would be reaching for the piper floats and squid jigs.

To be fair, I don't enjoy surfcasting that much, probably because I'm not very good at it Smile

Think I'll try and do some land-based ultralight soft baiting at some point. 
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Originally posted by MB MB wrote:

Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

I would be reaching for the piper floats and squid jigs.


To be fair, I don't enjoy surfcasting that much, probably because I'm not very good at it Smile

Think I'll try and do some land-based ultralight soft baiting at some point. 


If enough guys line up a beach a few will get a snapper or two for sure.

I just think the piper offer more sport. And squid.

Nights for snapper off the beach might be better.

The only catch in all this is obvious. If numbers go up or remain steady we stay in lockdown longer. And no doubt if the beaches start to fill up with fishos then fingers will be pointed.
The experts were surprised by yesterday’s numbers and quite a lot have not been linked.
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Originally posted by MB MB wrote:

To be fair, I don't enjoy surfcasting that much, probably because I'm not very good at it Smile


You certainly made your voice heard and yet you don't like surfcasting,
admire your principal mate, did you get ban from facebook as well LOL

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Originally posted by Fish 4T Fish 4T wrote:

You certainly made your voice heard and yet you don't like surfcasting,
admire your principal mate, did you get ban from facebook as well LOL

Haha! I just highlighted the difference between the government guidance and the legislation, plus all the race stuff was getting ugly. 
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Just  been down to my local beach for a look. Literally hundreds and hundreds  of people out, dog walkers, joggers, cyclists ,kids, old people ..... way more than a normal winter Sunday.
This is exactly how the last lockdown played out.....
People only gonna sit inside for so long.

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