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Inshore
Follow the adventures of the Team from Catch using softbaits to target snapper in Northland, New Zealand. Along with spectacular scenery, learn tips and tricks from the team to increase your success and enjoyment of softbaiting. We discuss softbaits (also known as soft plastics), jigheads, sea terrain and equipment needed to have you fishing like a pro.
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Press Release
Tickets to the 2022 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show go on sale on December 1 from www.boatshow.co.nz and come with both the chance to win Viking Kayak’s Ultimate Fishing Kayak Package, valued at well over $8000, AND a free, bonus entry into the show’s $250,000 Surtees/Yamaha Grand Prize! The Ultimate Fishing Kayak Package is based on Viking’s impressive Profish Reload fishing kayak. The flagship of the popular Viking Kayaks range, it is both fast and stable and has been specially created for keen kayak fishers by extremely experienced kayak fishers.
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Inshore
After being locked up at home, unable to go camping and fishing for some 5 weeks! The boys have there freedom back once more. The forecast says rain, but after being stuck on dry land for weeks on end, going fishing in the rain sounds like a lot of fun. Nato’s tent on the boat was designed to make fishing and camping on the boat in the rain possible and enjoyable, the Tent is about to be put to that very test. The boys plan to make the most of the terrible forecast in some sheltered waters. As always, a tonne of fun was had trying to catch some fish to eat despite the rain and there are big smiles all round.
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Techniques
Here's an excellent 'how-to' video from Japan (with subtitles) showing the full detail of Tip Run Eging, or deep-water eging. Apply this in NZ waters for sure, in the peak squid seasons early winter and spring.
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Inshore
Did you know that a big 70cm snapper can produce the same amount of eggs as 36 legal sized 30cm fish? Marine reserves are more and more becoming the last option we have to preserve certain fish stocks, given that limits put on commercial and recreational fishing are slow to change due to debatable political and economic reasons. For one, it lends sense to the action of putting the big fish back into the breeding system at least. Take a look at a few research insights about how we can better protect marine biodiversity, presented by Nick Shears from Leigh Marine laboratory.
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Fresh water
Next time you're thinking of exploring a few trout rivers, and wondering how to access some new ground, check out this app. Pocket Maps is a mobile mapping app for the outdoors. Find out what publicly accessible areas are local to you and explore somewhere new. Download Pocket Maps now via the Apple and android app stores.
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