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From hook-up to the yak, this was a typically tough battling kingi. Enjoy the video
What does it look like when a mako chases your jighead underwater? This short video from my kayak is a good example.
What it looks like when a crayfish is having a crack at your bait. Both from underwater and the rod on the boat...
A cold morning produced some very nice fish ! With the clean water that often is present near Waimarama, Gurnard push in very close at times, requiring not much of paddle to secure dinner.
More of a simple epic day out in the kayak near Kapiti Island. And that is a seriously good blue moki.
Have you ever wondered what's actually below your boats? This is a question I've always wondered. So I decided to drop a camera down and see what fish were down there.
The first day of kayak fishing I spent off the Kapiti coast during June, with plenty of surprises on a windless winter morning. The method was dropping sliding kabura lures into deep water where lots of different species lurk, even through winter..
Ever heard of redfin perch? They are here in New Zealand and offer an alternative target species if you want a change from trout. Good to catch and great to eat, perch generally inhabit different water than trout. Check out how to catch them right here.
Didn't think I'd make it this year, but got up there and had yet another mint weekend fishing around both coasts of the coromandel! This vid is how my comp went throughout.