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The art of netting a fish

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More fish escape at the netting stage than almost any other moment. Here's a simple how to video on best practice of netting a fish. A large net is important.

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Bite spot - Bay of Islands

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Snapper? Kingfish?Darren Knapping, charter captain for Anglers Anonymous gives us the spots where the fish are biting in the Bay of Islands and a tip on how to catch them this week.

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Bite spot - Hauraki Gulf

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Grant Bittle, AKA Captain Espresso spills the beans on what’s been happening on the water and when and where you should be casting a line this week.

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Bite Spot Sandspit

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Grant Bittle, AKA Captain Espresso spills the beans on what’s been happening on the water and when and where you should be casting a line this week.

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How to set up a stray line rig

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Stray lining is one of the best methods of catching a wide range of species including our most popular species, the snapper. Here's how you set up your gear for success.

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50% off Knife filleting set

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Snapper, kingfish, hapuka, gurnard - different species require different cuts and a set of capable knives is important for good cuts. This 50% off deal from Burnsco will set you up to be able to deal with a wide range of species and ways to dress fish.

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Bite times 17-7-14

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The moon phase is looking good to stir up the appetite of your local fish this weekend. Check the times to line up your best chances of scoring a feed.

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