Great fishing in December and the best weather in the country
to allow us to get out there.
There has been far less terakihi about this year but plenty of
small hapuku to make up the shortfall, snapper have also been
scarce although I heard of a 24lb fish caught by a visiting angler.
Big hapuku are about in the deep but you have to be spot on in
the right place although the same can be said for most fishing
here, local knowledge is the key. There is only one secret to
catching fish and that is being where the fish are. If you can't
put yourself in the right place all the fancy gear, rigs and
bait will do you no good.
There are plenty of kingies out on the usual reefs, mostly small
but with enough big fish to stretch anyone's arms.
Heard today that a longline boat fishing out from here released
a marlin and caught a big yellowfin and several bigeye tuna in
the last few days so game fish are on the way in spite of a top
water temperature of only 18c. Hopefully this will increase along
with the number of game fish as January progresses
I look forward to seeing you all in the near future
Remember the best time to go fishing is any time you can.
Postal Agency Tolaga Bay
Ph-Fax 06 8626715
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