Category Archives: Nelson-Marlborough

Nelson and Marlborough Regions sea and freshwater fishing destinations.

D’Urville Island Fishing Trip – Greville Harbour, Marlborough Sounds

Russell and Mike McEIhinney with their snapper catch 17 and 15Ibs. D'Urville Island fishing trip. Featured image.

Home » Destinations S.I. » Nelson-Marlborough » Page 2 D’Urville Island Fishing Trip – Blue Cod, Snapper, Parrot Fish, Tarakihi, Barracouta, Maori Chief and an Octopus With Russell Watson Russell and Mike McEIhinney with their snapper catch 17 and 15Ibs. D’Urville Island fishing trip. Members of the Bulwer Fishing Club More...

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Lake Tennyson
By Allan Burgess On Friday, July 31st, 2015
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Lake Tennyson and the Clarence River by Piscator

Lake Tennyson and the Clarence River Lake Tennyson is in the headwaters of the Clarence River, Nelson-Marlborough region. Holds good numbers of medium sized trout according to Fish & Game. The Clarence River More...

Ward Beach Crayfishing Boat Rockhopper Launched with Bulldozer, Marlborough, NZ
By Allan Burgess On Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
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Ward Beach Crayfishing Boat Rockhopper Launched with Bulldozer, Marlborough, NZ

Ward Beach Crayfishing Boat Rockhopper Launched with Bulldozer, Marlborough, NZ Crayfishing vessel the Rockhopper being launched with the aid of a bulldozer at Marlborough’s Ward Beach. This location is 90 More...

Picton Yacht Club Jetty.
By Allan Burgess On Saturday, May 16th, 2015
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Picton Jetty Fishing – In the Marlborough Sounds

Fishing from the Yacht Club Jetty at Picton – Berley brings in the fish! Picton at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound For an angler who grew up in Christchurch I am always amazed at just how big the difference More...

Eagle Ray - Myliobatis tenuicaudatus
By Allan Burgess On Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
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Nelson – Eagle Ray caught Surfcasting in Golden Bay

The Eagle Was Landed by Barry Toomey Eagle Ray – Myliobatis tenuicaudatus  You can see Farewell Spit in the background at the very top of the South Island. The Eagle Ray – Myliobatis tenuicaudatus More...