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petecanaan
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Thu Nov 10, 2016 6:55 pm

popped out last nite with otha fulla, and was joined by mullet n camoman!
a bit sloppy, a bit damp, a bit sunny, but no wind.
Fishy as...
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mullett
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Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:05 pm

Yes very fishy, camoman that's a good name, only out for two hours and had a good pull every bait, only took home a few.biggest one kept was 52 cm, neighbours fed and orders delivered.
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Kingie 89 cm at Kina, Snapper 84 cm at Cable, Blue Cod 45cm at cable,
Gurnard 50cm at Keiteriteri , Khawai 64cm at Kina.

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CLW62
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Thu Nov 10, 2016 10:11 pm

Well done :clap: ! not looking so sharp at the moment.

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petecanaan
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Fri Nov 11, 2016 7:23 am

hey clw62 what softies have you been trying? colours?
Tried 6" nemesis n a jigging grub and a microjig during this session without a touch.
Have caught a blue cod, a terakihi, gurnard, cudas n one snaps on softies, but find it a struggle.
The little 4" nemesis has accounted for most of the above species and mostly in winter.
Bring on sunday!!

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Fri Nov 11, 2016 7:57 am

Zman new penny's work for big kahawhai seem to love them and blue cod and carrots seem to like orange kaburas fished out of a rod holder while I'm softbaiting snapper are proving difficult at the moment i think i will go to a lighter or more colorful presentation away this weekend..diary has been cleared for the nxt couple..tight lines for you all

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Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:42 pm

Sunday is starting to look good for a morning fish, on the softie side I have just picked up some savage gear eels that according to reports supposed to work if they don't will take them back and ask for money back.
Kingie 89 cm at Kina, Snapper 84 cm at Cable, Blue Cod 45cm at cable,
Gurnard 50cm at Keiteriteri , Khawai 64cm at Kina.

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CLW62
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Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:26 pm

I have used them on and off for the last couple of year's am a big savage fan.. they have worked again they fish well on the drift bouncing behind in a rod holder ...

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