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How to catch squid from the rocks
Land-based

How to catch squid from the rocks

How to catch squid New Zealand. Egiing for squid NZ off the rocks. Michael Walkley shows some EGI techniques and tips as we have an epic land based squid session throughout the night.
How to get back on your SOT kayak with Paddle Guy & Dave
Kayak

How to get back on your SOT kayak with Paddle Guy & Dave

In this video Dave from Fergs kayaks Wellington NZ shows us a few tips on how to get back into your sit on top kayak in the case of a capsize...NOTE: this video is just a quick reference, it is highly recommended that you take a course to get the full understanding of how to self rescue quickly and safely.
Soft bait basics with Matt Watson - Ultimate Fishing
Inshore

Soft bait basics with Matt Watson - Ultimate Fishing

Matt Watson and his son Shaw, head out for a days fishing. Matt gets to choose the location and Shaw gets to choose the techniques. So its soft-baiting the wash and inshore reefs, and Matt shares all of his secrets on how to find and target the fish successfully.
How to catch tarakihi - Pete Lamb's top tips
Hints & Tips

How to catch tarakihi - Pete Lamb's top tips

If your taste in fish is like mine, tarakihi are arguably the best quality eating fish you can catch in New Zealand virtually all year round, and a crumbed fillet at the Fish’n’Chip shop is commonly made from this species. They can be caught throughout the country but are more prevalent around the Cook Straight, east Cape and South Island, and Bay of Plenty regions than they are further north. Not only are they great eating, they also offer a pretty good tussle on the end of the line. You can catch them off the shore and in the boat anywhere from as shallow as five metres, right down to well over a hundred. Without doubt they are probably my favourite eating fish, so although they only grow to a limited size, they are always more than welcome on board.
How the moon and tides affect fishing
Hints & Tips

How the moon and tides affect fishing

How the Moon and Tides affect bite times for fish like snapper, trevally and kingfish.
The Lateral Line Episode #2
Land-based

The Lateral Line Episode #2

Milan and Nathan are back on the rocks. king fish are again the target. Milan hooks a good king fish on his bait rod and some how he manages to land it.
The Lateral Line - Episode #1
Land-based

The Lateral Line - Episode #1

Episode #1 of The Lateral Line. Kingies on the Rocks. Nathan and Milan ( ex Big Angry Fish) are producing a purely online series filmed on their phones at this stage. Take a look.
How to use the all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID'
Gear

How to use the all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID'

The all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID' inchiku lure combines the best of two Catch lure favourites to create a new beast that's deadly on just about all predatory fish species. Check out the new lure and how to use it, it's surprisingly easy.
How to mechanical jig for kingfish
Hints & Tips

How to mechanical jig for kingfish

Here at NZ Fishing World, we like to help out keen young fishing publishers where we can. Here's a great vid produced by young Milan from Fishbro NZ, you can subscribe to his YouTube channel once you get there. Don't let his age fool you, there's some good info here if you are keen to learn a bit more about jigging. Milan's obviously a pretty accomplished angler and we might see some more of him in the future.
How to correctly flush and clean your Yamaha outboard
Boats

How to correctly flush and clean your Yamaha outboard

Here's the Yamaha factory recommendations for correct flushing and cleaning of your Yamaha outboard. Are you doing it right?
Twins vs single outboards.  What's best?
Boats

Twins vs single outboards. What's best?

Here's a good video from US of A that outlines the pro's and con's of single vs twin outboards. If you are in two minds ;-) check it out.

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