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Chasing snapper in the mangroves

March 11, 2020
Chasing snapper in the mangroves

Snapper feeding in shallow estuaries, mangroves and lagoons, around the north island are common and often easy to access. Check out Reel Kiwi Fishermen on the hunt in the mangroves of the far north.

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