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    Paua ban extended.

    Bit of a bugger but anything to make sure the fishery recovers.

    https://mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resourc...sure-kaikoura/

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    That's a bugger VC. Do you normally take much Paua from down that way? My in laws were the keepers of the light at Cape Campbell years ago. I have some good memories of just how bountiful the crays and Paua were alongside that stretch of coast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    That's a bugger VC. Do you normally take much Paua from down that way? My in laws were the keepers of the light at Cape Campbell years ago. I have some good memories of just how bountiful the crays and Paua were alongside that stretch of coast.
    I dont normally at all Rushy but snorkeling is something I am trying to get into....got the basic gear now....been a couple of times around kaikoura first time on a forum trip.
    Shame there is none near me (paua)
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I dont normally at all Rushy but snorkeling is something I am trying to get into....got the basic gear now....been a couple of times around kaikoura first time on a forum trip.
    Shame there is none near me (paua)
    You ever been to hori bay vc ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I dont normally at all Rushy but snorkeling is something I am trying to get into....got the basic gear now....been a couple of times around kaikoura first time on a forum trip.
    Shame there is none near me (paua)
    Quite a few over Golden bay, not too far to go. Mate had a look around at Ward last week, fuck all paua around just having a look but he got a good crayfish for his troubles. The seabed raised quite abit out there, his spot where he got a crayfish everytime now at high tide theres no water there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boaraxa View Post
    You ever been to hori bay vc ?
    Yep. Stripped bare of anything edible big or small last time I was there.

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    Its been a long time since I was there but were a few paua & hundreds of kina everywhere looked like they had eaten all the kelp but I managed a feed of paua
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