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    I chucked the flounder net out Sunday evening...got some nasty gumboot chafing from wading along the net clearing weed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I chucked the flounder net out Sunday evening...got some nasty gumboot chafing from wading along the net clearing weed.

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    Tried dive boots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    Tried dive boots?
    Might be the go yea. Just try and stay out of the deep mud.

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    @Shearer . Cannals seem to be fishing ok , but as always most Salmon where caught yesterday . Monday caught 3 in a row on Salmon eggs (glow bugs) only one was a keeper at 2 kg , then it went quiet .
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    The lower end of tasman bay seems to be chocker with brim at the moment. Dont need to go far at all !!

    Took a boat load of kids out yesterday and lost count of how many we landed. Not much time for fishing or photos for me just frantically unhooking/releasing fish , baiting hooks etc.

    Great fun had by all. Did manage to snap off a couple of pictures.
    @7mmwsm what an awesome little fish that hammerhead. Just showed it to my kids they loved it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukuwai View Post
    The lower end of tasman bay seems to be chocker with brim at the moment. Dont need to go far at all !!

    Took a boat load of kids out yesterday and lost count of how many we landed. Not much time for fishing or photos for me just frantically unhooking/releasing fish , baiting hooks etc.

    Great fun had by all. Did manage to snap off a couple of pictures.
    @7mmwsm what an awesome little fish that hammerhead. Just showed it to my kids they loved it

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    How deep were ya fishing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    How deep were ya fishing ?

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    @vc we were 10m off kina. However there were lots of boats inside us and those i talked to at the ramp had all caught well.

    Dad has been out twice in the last week fishing 7m off mckee and mapua and doing well there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukuwai View Post
    @vc we were 10m off kina. However there were lots of boats inside us and those i talked to at the ramp had all caught well.

    Dad has been out twice in the last week fishing 7m off mckee and mapua and doing well there too.

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    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray View Post
    As seen on TV .. @Shearer down at F/pass chucking poppers off the rocks chasing kings ..met me at Okiwi good Friday mid day ...out to VCs spot to dig some carrots
    @Shearer on the bait ..the line of death 3 hooks ..two carrots at a time
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    Rest ..just cool photos
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    Huge horse kaiwhai 60 plus a sharked burley pot ...then 20+ years in the making ..I get a snapper under a school of feeding kaiwhai..... On a fucking lure .. @Shearer take a bow you win ...
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    Finally what are these ...blue bottles have long tenticles these are just flat we buggers ...juvies?
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    More to follow but huge cheers to shearer for his humor. What afternoon of absolute memorises
    Cheers @stingray. It was indeed an afternoon to remember. Great weather, great fishing and great company. It's just a shame I couldn't have stayed longer.
    The "3 hook line of death" was in action too counter your approach of "3 rods with one hook each".
    Also great to see that lure has paid off for you. I am of course on a mission to educate the south island snapper into realising that they should be eating them and have come up with another cunning plan to hopefully "lure" them into it.
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    My mate been going out of delaware in his small tinny quite abit over the last 3 weeks . Got his quote of good snapper everytime hes been out, normally fishing with a mate. Best result was left at 7am from cablebay and back on dry land at 9am with 20 rod caught snapper and couple of trevelly. They thick as not far of the reef, 20mins of burley and its all on

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    Cod seem to like lures. This fish was 37cm long. It wasn't supposed to eat that lure.
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    Experience. What you get just after you needed it.

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    Another day (Monday), another Northland pannie. Glad I got out before the weather hit!

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    A "play date" today.
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    Me, afternoon off work. My daughter, school holidays. The boy school holiday's, his dad fireman, and day off - all gold. And they caught heaps, good afternoon = good call on afternoon off work!
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    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    A "play date" today.
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    Me, afternoon off work. My daughter, school holidays. The boy school holiday's, his dad fireman, and day off - all gold. And they caught heaps, good afternoon = good call on afternoon off work!
    Excellent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    A "play date" today.
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    Me, afternoon off work. My daughter, school holidays. The boy school holiday's, his dad fireman, and day off - all gold. And they caught heaps, good afternoon = good call on afternoon off work!
    Good to see the young fella has a drink on hand too.
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