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25/05/2010 at 1:51 am #6902AnonymousInactive
I had fish and chips the other day. not from my usual shop, the fish looked ok but when i bit into it i quickly realized the fish was not
elephant fish, school shark or rig…ew, my local shop only uses NZ fish and is consistently very tasty… being quite partial to a feed of fish and chips,
I think in future i will ask whether they are using Vietnamese basa. lol
Countdown has Vietnamese basa on special this week for $6.95kg for frozen and thawed fillets.09/06/2010 at 4:07 am #15575
If your mrs passed on messages youd be out fishing and eating real fish , not battered shit from zipperhead land lol
Ya missed out on a perfect day over at goat point about 3 sundays ago …..09/06/2010 at 10:54 pm #15578
lol12/06/2010 at 11:21 am #15604AnonymousInactive
fishforpot12/06/2010 at 6:39 pm #15605
Busy plastering the new lounge …….was going to take a break only if you were keen to head out …….
As always tho , ya get up that morning and see the perfect conditions and regret not going ….13/06/2010 at 7:41 am #15608AnonymousInactive
fishforpot17/06/2010 at 4:31 am #15622
earlier in the week it looked awesome for today Sunday ! …. your phone is shagged again tho dude …….forcast was wrong so no matter06/07/2010 at 9:03 am #15697AnonymousInactive
Yeah sorry bout that mate,telecom is F@#$%!, early in the week was good, mates went to motunau, bagged their blue cod Quota,
you’ve got my email address06/07/2010 at 7:10 pm #15701
I’ll check , but I think I might have lost ya email ……..and ya phone is still shagged …..I tried to ring ya yesterday to see how ya ACC battle is going14/07/2010 at 5:05 am #15749
Yet another absolutely perfect day go begging ….I assume you were busy again huh , bugga
12 inch ripple on the sea around the entire peninsula …..barely a breath of wind ……probably would have been too hot sitting on the nth side of the point tho ……
Damn tides were purrrrrrrrrfect too ……
Anybody else on this site that doesnt work days that might wanna go rock fishing ? ….
43 deg 50 min south , 173 deg 06 min 09 east ……….google earth …..fishing right off the end ….15/07/2010 at 3:44 am #15753
How do you find a location on google maps from “43 deg 50 min south , 173 deg 06 min 09 east”?15/07/2010 at 5:00 am #15754
Enter it a 43 50′ S 173 06′ 09″ E15/07/2010 at 9:53 pm #15755
The cocky is very cagey about who he lets into his land , and when “lambing” and tours to the seal colony ….he wants the image of a pristine untouched area of NZ to be just that , no fishermen hanging off rocks or 4wd’s parked anywhere ……he is quick to forget its all fenced with barbed wire and cows and sheep everywhere lol
I gained his trust some 10-15 yrs ago ….a time when we could catch 30 blueies each for an afternoon – they were in plague numbers …..
Trumpeter were plentiful ….patches of krill would be drifting past all tide …….
Now sadly , the trumpeter seem to be gone , blueies in sadly much more managable numbers , tho bigger specimens now present …and krill has vanished
Having the place appear on Spot-X didnt help , the boaties have hammered the place
There are still salmon hanging around the area …..and the current threw the area off the end of the point still looks like it would produce kingies if you were keen enough to climb down to the rocks at sealevel and try live baits …
Its extreme fishing , snag city ……heavy gear needed to retrieve the fish from high above the water
Some fresh young blood is needed , someone keen to make the effort to see exactly what can be caught with modern techniques …..
Drop me a line if your keen …..Weekends are also good …..its near a 2hr drive , and 10min walk …….so its a WHOLE day trip lol
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