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How to fillet a fish
Hints & Tips

How to fillet a fish

If you’re anything like me, you are lucky enough to regularly find yourself filleting nice eating sized snapper. Surely practice makes every cut perfect then? Yeah, not so much. Every time I think I have filleting dialed, and I might get a few absolutely bang on, there’s always that fish that just throws you, and you end up feeling like Edward Scissorhands on the piss. Here’s a quick vid taken on my phone by my mate Lloyd, after a brilliant morning session on the kayak.
Thai Fish Cakes - How to make them
Cooking

Thai Fish Cakes - How to make them

Here is an incredibly tasty and different way to prepare any variety of fish that tastes amazing and is easier than it looks to prepare. It’s a great way to utilize trout, kahawai, or any other more popular fish species, that actually is more about the texture than the pure flavour of the fish.
Easy to learn: How to tie the FG knot
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Easy to learn: How to tie the FG knot

The FG Knot with a Rizzuto finish is my go-to leader knot. I'll use it for GT, Tuna, Bass and everything in-between! But this here shows you the exact knot I tie when Popping and stick baiting for GT with my heavy setups.
The Lateral Line EP: #17
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The Lateral Line EP: #17

The boys leave the harbour and head down the coast to shelter from the forecasted wind. Later that day the wind drops out and the nearest island seems like it’s worth a visit. After a few stuff ups Milan lands a couple big beautiful king fish.
The Lateral Lin: EP #16
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The Lateral Lin: EP #16

After a couple years of no fishing, Nato wants to have a crack at catching a king fish on his fly rod. The boys find a pack of ray-riding kingfish and A fly is smashed in what the boys reckon is one of the greatest strikes they have ever seen. Nato manages to catch 2 more solid harbour king fish on live baits that were trailing behind the boat while fly fishing.
Fishing the Mighty Mokes with Yamaha School of Fish
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Fishing the Mighty Mokes with Yamaha School of Fish

The Mokohinau Islands are a stunning fishery within fairly easy reach of Auckland for trailer boats. The fishing is (sometimes) amazing, and the scenery is always spectacular. Take a look at a bit of action fishing the Mokes for a day with the team from Roger's Boatshop in Albany.
Stabicraft and the all new SIMRAD command
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Stabicraft and the all new SIMRAD command

Check out the new SIMRAD command unit in action with Stabicraft and the team from Ocean Sports Marine in Whakatane. Take your boat switch game to the next level with this epic new tech.
Yamaha School of Fish - Deep Dropping with Whitiangler
Deep-water

Yamaha School of Fish - Deep Dropping with Whitiangler

Here is an absolute game changer technology advance from Yamaha that will hold your boat, single or twin outboards, over your fishing spot all by itself, letting you concentrate on the fishing. At does much more than that too, but take a look at the results we got on a great day out with Gene Denton 'Whitiangler' and the team from Yamaha.
Setting up a Fly Reel with line
Gear

Setting up a Fly Reel with line

An EXCELLENT tutorial for setting up a fly reel correctly. Also saltwater fisho's should take a good look at the Arbour Knot for setting up all the saltwater reels too.
How To Use A Sabiki Rig To Catch Live Bait
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How To Use A Sabiki Rig To Catch Live Bait

Here is the best sabiki rig tutorial video we have seen. Excellent tips for rigging, storage and use of the sabiki rig to maximise your opportunity to catch livies. Even if you are well experienced in using sabikis, there's a tip or two in here you may have missed.
How to make groper rigs
Deep-water

How to make groper rigs

Check out the deluxe groper rigs full how-to video from Mark Cotton.

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