Second marlin for New Plymouth

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    Posted: 03 Jan 2022 at 10:09pm
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Managed to get my boy his first marlin today off newplymouth
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Great stuff. Well done!

Some SBT around today & a 7 kg Albie on 2 kg. Queue at boatramp was manic though.
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Well done Simon - you da man.
One landed off Napier couple of days ago. Altho I think spot X is closer to Mahia.
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Well done White Snake.
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Thanks team.was a great father son moment that's for sure.It ended up getting tail wrapped.went to the mud in 110m.2.5 hours from start to finish.Had a 500mm long mako in its stomach.
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Excellent father son moment, hope you got heaps of photos. Congratulations.
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Well done Simon.
Great story for you and son to chew over as the years roll on.
Something to tell his mates when back at school.
Not too many of them would have bagged a marlin in school hols.
Lucky boy.
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