When the going gets tough, the tough get Fin Nor – at least that’s how it is for a lot of fishos.
We're in for some pretty unsettled weather over the next week or so but, for those of you who manage to get out, here's Ken Ring's latest bite times.
If lobbying by the commercial fishing sector is successful, striped marlin in our waters will be a thing of the past.
NZ Fishing World is proud to announce the first ever Snapper School in association with Top Catch!
Been out to catch a feed and drew a blank? No worries! We can help you, thanks to our friends at Domino's!
As much as I enjoy hiking to remote land-based fishing spots, which can be challenging to access, I am becoming a fan of what I call pleasure fishing.
Early morning fishing in Auckland often delivers consistent pan-sized snapper but on the days when a later start to the day is needed or you only have a few hours to spare there is one fishing spot that is usually reliable.
More than 35,000 people attended the 2013 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show at the weekend, proving that boating and fishing are still key attractions.
If a boat is out of budget there are cheaper options to get your fishing fix. With more than 15,000km of beaches around our country, what better way to experience it than with a surfcaster?
Whangaroa doesn’t get the plaudits it truly deserves as a fishing destination.
Check out Ken Ring's bite times for the week ahead. There's a few weather windows to get out and enjoy some awesome autumn fishing.
Big kahawai are in epic proportions in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf at the moment. Isn't it funny how we always talk about "plagues of kahawai" and catching "nothing but kahawai"? The question is, why?
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