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Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

July 2, 2021
The west coast has really continued to fire this year, and as yet, has still not showed any signs of slowing down. In fact, fishing for this time of the year has been much like spring fishing, with limits by lunchtime now just standard.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

June 1, 2021
Fishing out of Raglan and Kawhia this year has just been so good really since summer. We have had a bumper season with no real let-off as far as fishing goes. It’s been a bit like that all up the west coast this year, from here to Manukau, and right up to the mighty Hokianga. This year for bottom fishing and big game in close, west has certainly been best.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

May 13, 2021
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, fishing is still really hot 95% of the time here still. Heading out to 40 metres off Aotea and the reef, has been delivering the goods consistently with some pretty solid fish up to 17lb. Out deeper is faring just as well with fish around 12-14lb and it’s easy to get a limit of 10 snapper per head rather quickly.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

April 23, 2021
Fishing has been outstanding over the last few trips, that is, when you can get out there. The weather has limited our trips, lately, but we have been really doing well, sometimes even being done by 10.30am, ready for another session after 12.00.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

April 1, 2021
The fishing is still pretty damn fantastic out over the bar, and this is one of the best months of the year to fish. Judging by the water colour in close, you could easily think you were at any tropical Pacific Island far from here. Unlike our previous report, there are lots of skippies, about and we are still seeing marlin in less than forty metres. There’s lots of bird action around as well, to draw your attention to where the action is happening.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

March 18, 2021
It’s pretty much the same old, same old really. Which by anyone’s standards, is pretty damn good! Limits almost every day currently. Yes, we do have the odd slower day, but they are few and far between. Lately we have been fishing off Taharoa in the mid 50 metre zone.

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