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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Getting a good earth is the tricky bit.
    When you find a good earth solid your aground.

    Pity the weather is not going to play ball for a play this weekend.

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    For the welding I ment

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    For the welding I ment

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    Just do it through the cabling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Dad was keen to get out this morning having heard plenty of snapper storys of late and @kukuwai had given me some good intelligence on the whereabouts of some closer fish so Dad picked me up on the way past.

    Deployed a longline then moved off and burlyed up....it was slow fishing for a start but at least we were not being inundated with shit fish.
    Finally one of the straylines took off and a nice snapper was boated.
    Dad and Uncle both caught and lost snapper on the flasher rigs (rod holder caught hook not set)
    A few gurnard and a xxl kahawai and then another nice snap on the strayline.
    A few snakes and sharks showed up and then we were out of burly.
    Picked up longline for some nice snaps and obligatory sharks and lost one good snapper as it broke the shitty old trace
    It should be fine it was only shallow and hooked corner mouth.



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    Is anyone catching Snapper down the Sounds - Okiwi Bay / French Pass at this time of year ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ground Control View Post
    Is anyone catching Snapper down the Sounds - Okiwi Bay / French Pass at this time of year ?

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    My mate got some snapper out of okiwi last weekend.

    They hired a batch up there and did quite well, especially on the gurnard but they also caught some snapper.

    Not sure exactly where they were fishing but feel like they may have been south of there, more back towards Delaware.
    @stingray may have a better idea of what's happening over those ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ground Control View Post
    Is anyone catching Snapper down the Sounds - Okiwi Bay / French Pass at this time of year ?

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    Okiwi and down that side typically fishes better after they have spawned but there will be a few being caught.

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    Another bloody early start this morning to go out with a mate who was itching to catch some snapper.....fished slack water for almost no bites then as the tide finally started to move we got plauged by little mullet.....mate got the sulks and wound his lines in while the last of the burly went out.
    I got this on my 10pound strayline set up 2 mins later and he was calling me all sorts of names.



    Then the burly ran out and the weather turned to poo as forcast so we picked up longline and mr sulky cheered up no end then headed for home and the filleting.



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    Loaded



    Whole family has day off tomorrow

    FISHING !!!



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    After not doing well at all local trying to catch rig surfcasting had some success over Blenheim .
    Tried a spot couple weeks ago for a night fish and got 3 rig, one good one and about 8 red cod and some carpet sharks. Went back today for a morning fish using crabs(used prawns last time) and got 4 good rig and lost one that took a big run.
    Was pretty happy catching seven in the last two trips. They about to drop their young ones, managed to release about 12 from their mothers, all swim away happy so hope they all survive
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    Flat calm out in the bay this morning.

    Heaps of boats out, at one stage I could count 12 from where we were fishing. They were even still coming out when we were heading home.

    Pretty quiet on the rods today though. The highlight was the huge pod of dolphins that put on a very acrobatic show for us

    Happy to still come home with a feed....



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    Good size fish @kukuwai.
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    Managed to sneak away yesterday to catch a feed. Plenty of dolphins up here as well. Got our limit in a hour, quite a few like @kukuwai catch. Name:  IMG_4786.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeMan View Post
    Managed to sneak away yesterday to catch a feed. Plenty of dolphins up here as well. Got our limit in a hour, quite a few like @kukuwai catch. Attachment 98381
    Well done, that's good going
    Good thing about fish that size is you can get heaps of meat off them

    Especially if your smoking up the frames and wings.
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    Beeman, being the cheeky bugger that I am I have to say that I didn't know that there was a limit on Dolphins.
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    I think ur right @Rushy.. No limit.

 

 

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