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I have tried half a dozen times with no luck myself. What I have heard is that the bait needs to be tied down so they can't get it from the outside and they don't like anything that moves around in tide. With your solid pot I don't think there's any chance of that
As the boys have said, the sand ramp at the northern end of Waihi beach is protected, sweet as in anything under a meter. We usually head two bays north then scout out the shallows, then drift off shore as the sun gets up. Not many big snaps but some nice JDs and trevs. Flick me a P.M. I might still...
Hi bud! Sunday is the better day for it. Matata has a nasty shore dump so nothing over .5 of a meter. Both bait and softies work, id just stick to what you know. There are fish out there its just a matter of finding them. If your soft baiting id start in 16mtrs and move out farther after a 30mins or...
Beauty carrots bud!
Need bait hard on the bottom piwi! But your right not many around any more, but don't tell MPI we will get the blame!piwikiwi wrote:Gurnard beautiful eating. Seem to be thin here in the Bay.
- Sun Sep 25, 2016 9:19 am
- Forum: Trip Reports
- Topic: Chainsaws and Spiny Piranhas - Hawkes Bay Sept 24
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Good on you for persevering, so glad those lil buggers don't make it this far up the coast!