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Hints & 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.
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Deep-water
Daytime swordfishing is becoming increasingly popular and effective. Here's a good video to help you get set up and have a crack
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Land-based
Milan and Nathan, are on the hunt for a giant King Fish. They are fishing spots that they have talked about fishing for 15 years but for what ever reason just haven’t done it.
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Hints & Tips
How the Moon and Tides affect bite times for fish like snapper, trevally and kingfish.
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Fresh water
Stunning landscapes and epic fishing. Check this out.
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Kayak
Using soft baits from a small inflatable, kayak, or dinghy can be incredibly productive
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