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Hi ya all , Its been a long while since I was on this site . Just wondering if there's anyone keen on teaming up occasionally this summer I will mostly be targeting areas at the top of the Coromandel like Fantail bay, Port Jackson and Stoney bay . Give me a yell if your keen Cheers
- Sat May 28, 2011 8:57 am
- Forum: Trip Reports
- Topic: Hot day at kereta with sad end
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Good one Gizmo Sadly my car was one of the ones that was broken into that morning, After a pleasant mornings fishing the day turned a little sour when we returned to the beach to find lots of broken glass and an empty car :swear: :swear: Determined not to let it spoil an otherwise relaxing day on th...
- Sat Jan 22, 2011 2:06 pm
- Forum: Trip Reports
- Topic: Lost my nerve and called it quits.... for today
- Replies: 20
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I wonderd what that smell was this morn all jokes aside I dont blame ya bro id be out of there so fast by the time I stopped paddling id be a kilometer on shore
A white pointer has occasionaly been seen in and around that area for as long as I can remember just ask some of the older local fishermen. They also visit the Hauraki gulf, One was caught in a commercial net by Daniel Scott unfortunatly she drowned in the net( I think they were able to release the ...
Me and the missus were out the other day I was sitting about 70 meters from the shore when a boat comes flying along as fast as the blimmin thing could go instesd of going round us like one would think he cut thru on the inside without slowing down , He didnt even turn his head to look at me .The mo...
Hey has any one heard bout this .This whats in the Hauraki Herald today. Hundreds of dead snapper have washed up on the eastern Coromandel beaches. People with binoculars said the snapper stretched as far as they could see and boaties reported carpets of fish floating further out to sea and along th...
G,day Bronzy. I yarned with you for quite a while at the Papa Aroha meet up. I remember you telling me about how you fish the Thames Coast shallows. Great fish mate. That Kingi would have been pretty special - well done. Cheers mate yup must admit I was pretty stoaked to say the least dont tell any...