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  • #7868
    yellowfin
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    nah i dont really want to catch one of them lol not my type of fish last time i got one i had a mate stand on its to i could kill it for bait and it slipped out from his foot and slapped me across the face with its tail lol

    #7869
    yellowfin
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    The rain is clearing but its still cold

    #7870
    yellowfin
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    I forgot to say i think there has been a few rig as well so if you have any crabs use them and you might get one

    #7871
    yellowfin
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    yea it was quite a cold wind down at the mak

    #7872
    yellowfin
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    Another thing i forgot to say is that there has also been

    #7873
    yellowfin
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    ive heard reports from a old bloke i was talking to yesterday said a few elephant fish have been caught around lately he didnt exactly say where but said a few have been caught from leithfeild and amberley.

    #7874
    yellowfin
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    oh yea a few red cod wouldnt be too ba i guess they will start showing up again in the next month or two

    #7875
    yellowfin
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    [user=108]St_paul[/user]

    #7876
    yellowfin
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    oh yea thats pretty cool. when i go fishing i usually take half a dozen different baits eg pillie squid bonito trev mussel and mullet i dont swear by one bait like alot of people do . but mullet is proberbly the easiest for me to come by. i havnt tried prawn yea

    #7877
    yellowfin
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    although fishing for mullet

    #7878
    yellowfin
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    St_paul also got a rig on a prawn at wakanui. I have not ried prawns yet but i was planing on trying them next time i go to wakanui beach

    #7879
    yellowfin
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    i have tried scallops that you buy at the supermarket in the seafood section before just tied on with bait elastic they worked really well for cod and

    #7880
    yellowfin
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    way up the kaiapoi where it branches into 3 streams the mullet used to get so thick up there that you

    #7895
    yellowfin
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    what size were the cod you

    #7896
    yellowfin
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    they were probably around 40 – 50cm long

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