When you’re fishing with softbaits, it’s important to present the bait as naturally as possible. Check out how to tie a lefty's loop on the how-to section of this website.
Ken Ring is the man with the plan when it comes to forecasting bite times. Here's his bite times table for the week ahead.
Fishing Legends is back and we have our first major prize to give away for the new season! All videos submitted to Fishing Legends in September are in the running for a Synit Bay Hunter Razar rod worth more than $500!
The Auckland International Boat Show has a new name for 2012.
A striped marlin was hooked by an Epic Adventures charter boat in July – the earliest the operator has ever heard of.
A Pukekawa woman who accompanied her husband on a Wave Dancer charter ended up nailing a 30lb snapper that is believed to be the biggest ever caught on a slowjig in New Zealand.
NZ Fishing World’s Graeme Paterson is a work-up expert who can spot the subtle signs of an impending frenzy from kilometres away. Spring is traditionally a time to enjoy these phenomena so put Graeme’s knowledge to good use and become a work-up wizard!
Steinlager Edge, first launched in 2009, has had a bit of a revamp and Steinlager say it now has a more full-bodied flavour. It’s a 3.5 per cent alcohol beer but the brewer says those who believe that a lower strength beer can’t taste the same as a full-strength lager will have to drink their words after tasting this.
This outdoors casual apparel brand was founded by fishermen and developed to express their love for the fishing way of life. J.A.F. offers a range of products like t-shirts, caps, shorts, shirts, beanies and has a summer range dropping into store mid-October.
The Fujifilm Explorer is a new multi-purpose camera that can go the distance for everyone, everywhere, everyday, according to the manufacturer.
Geoff Thomas is synonymous with New Zealand’s outdoors and is one of the most well-known fishermen in the country as well as NZ Fishing World’s founding editor.
Over the last five years the standard personal GPS has seen many advances in technology. No longer are there blank grey screens showing only a straight line between point A and point B. Now there’s a new world of high detail colour units with intelligent mapping which make them easy to use and much more accurate to read.
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