Haven’t been out lately eqc work etc around house,I was thinking that either very low numbers being caught or people playing possum on here which would be disappointing,if people are catching fish and not reporting it’s all downhill for the likes of this forum
[quote="shark slayer":r8zc7mjf]yea johnwest been up there for a few days…no worries snake..this morning was a good one for me..got hit just behind the wave at about 7.00 but I was half asleep and didn’t keep up with it and the hook pulled but 15 minutes later…bang! I knew it was a good fish strait away it was a weird fight tho it kept…[Read more]
fished Macs Friday morning with boat,saw two caught by another boat anchored closer to point,today there from 6am -10am only one caught by boat at end of the line downstream.
Fished bannana Friday night one caught weighed 17lbs
whats happening out there guys?I’ve been fishing the mak for 6 nights and one full Sunday haven’t even seen a fish,not sure about numbers of salmon caught, but not much talk around the place.am
I missing something or has the season been quiet so far?
[quote="FishOn":3349gyfp]if your always getting snags at macintoshes, then your fishing it wrong or your lures are too heavy so go lighter. compared to the Rakaia and all other rivers you do not need to fish the bottom at mackintoshes, the fish are seldom on the bottom. once you get into the river properly then start fishing the bottom. ive…[Read more]
[quote="FishOn":xa1pjofy]no, sorry kris…..I was fishing for trout . witnessed 2 of them caught on different days . and a mate of mine who was fishing one other morning saw 1 landed. all between 11 and 14 pound.its not my place to walk up to a stranger and get a photo of them with there fish
going to the Hurunui river (my home river)this weekend…[Read more]
[quote="jamie":f910cexh]can somone explain where this "mcintoshes" place is so i need my boat to get there? and what about the rocks at mcintoshes is this accesable by foot? cheers look forwrd to reply…[/quote:f910cexh]
Head down beach rd towards pine beach and kairaki,turn right into ferry rd.park at the car park and head for the river,you…[Read more]
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