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The Lateral Line: EP #24
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Simrad Yachting Introduces the World’s First Fully-Featured Ultrawide Marine Display with the New NSX® ULTRAWIDE
Alert include bivalve shellfish such as mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi, toheroa, cockles, and scallops, as well as pūpū (cat’s eyes), Cook’s turban and kina (sea urchin)
"When he reached the Waitui Bay area, he removed the GPR equipment, placed it in waterproof bags, attaching them to fishing buoys, tied to a rope and anchor. There is no record of where he went to from that point."
Some information from Biosecurity New Zealand on how you can protect the coastal waters we all love from the invasive seaweed exotic caulerpa
After a memorable summer when the Manukau produced the best fishing in recent memory expectations were high for the coming winter. After a slow start the winter fishing has kicked in, but the gurnard have proved contrary in their taste for baits.
Marlborough writer Tony Orman highlights two summer windfalls of terrestrials that can drive trout to dogged, selective feeding and anglers to despair.
Slow-pitch jigging: If you haven’t tried it, you should; you'll almost certainly will catch fish. Here's how to do it!
The immaculately maintained Dickey Semifly 32 'Dida' is for sale. Supporting our mates at Dickey Boats, we thought we'd let the NZFW community know.