- 15/03/2008 at 7:25 pm #10453MiliwolfParticipant
Saw a kingfish at french pass yesterday. So a few warmer water species are still about up here.16/03/2008 at 3:50 am #10456MiliwolfParticipant
Just gotten back from down the coast, was just south of the Clarence at the end of a long sandy beach near pine trees. There was a strong cold wind and the sea was fairly rough. Fished for several hours over high tide but not even a bite.
This would probably be my 4th trip recently which resulted in no Sharks….. A trend is developing here.16/03/2008 at 8:44 am #10458RodmanParticipant
Been out twice without getting anything worth keeping but was able to fill in half the day watching a longliner about a mile out pull in fish after fish after fish after fish on and on and on……..
If you dont want to eat it put it back.16/03/2008 at 8:50 pm #10459yellowfinParticipant
Went to birdlings yesterday only caught two dog sharks and think that mite be me for the summer was very cold down there.17/03/2008 at 4:29 am #10462yellowfinParticipant
the summer fishing maybe “NEARLY” over but fishing inwinter is fine sure there may not be many kaiwhai eetc around but there still are a few and the ones that are around are usually quite large long with doggies good to catch to perhaps save for bait. skate will be around and red cod a highly under rated fish the red cod.
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