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WIN CATCH FISHING LURES
It’s easy! Just sign up to our newsletter (using any of the sign-up tabs on our website) and every time you open our email you are in the draw to win a Catch Fishing lure prize. Catch lures have been developed using the latest technology, with input from pro anglers here in NZ and around the world, and are effective on just about every species that eats. For more info on how to fish them just check out many of the articles and videos right here at NZ Fishing World.
Fogdog Beer Batter
To hell with the diet, there are times when fresh fish just screams for a light, crunchy beer batter. If you are looking for a fool-proof, instant, mouth-watering golden batter that cracks like a potato chip, makes you look like a master chef and pleases any crowd, then get yourself down to your nearest supermarket and pick up a packet of Fogdog.
Roasted Whole Snapper with Egyptian Spices
The satisfaction that comes from getting out on the water, fighting the fish, then presenting it on the table is great. If you are looking for a new and exciting way to complete the final step, how about roasted whole snapper with Egyptian spices?
Hints & Tips
How to build a smokehouse
Smoked seafood is a delicacy to be shared. While commercial smokers have a place, do-it-yourself models can produce excellent results for those that put in the effort. Want to learn how to put one together? Here’s how…
Hints & Tips
Kina - catch and cook
Josh James introduces some international guests to the delights of fresh kiwi kina.
Garlic, soy and ginger infused kingfish sashimi
Scott from Digital Fish brings us this tasty recipe.
John dory with leek and oyster sauce recipe
John dory are subjectively an ugly fish, and don't fight very much, but they are one of the best tasting fish in the sea. They have delicate white flesh and the oyster sauce (made with fresh oysters) compliments the John dory really well.
Recipe - Peruvian ceviche (raw fish salad)
Most Kiwis would have tried raw fish before in their lives, but usually here we eat it Polynesian style with coconut cream (see New Zealand Fishing World issue 56 for recipe) or as sashimi at a Japanese restaurant.
DIY Delicious - A guide to everything crayfish
A beginner’s guide to achieving legend status amongst your barbeque-enjoying friends.
How To cook: Salt baked snapper
Paul from the Hook and the Cook shows us how to cook a whole baked snapper in a salt crust with roasted chilli and capsicum sauce.
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