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Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

September 11, 2020
Snapper and gurnard are on the chew, with limits on the snapper coming most days very early in the afternoon, and very healthy numbers of gurnard to make for a good catch bag.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

September 3, 2020
Not too many chances to get out at present, but over the past few days we have been braving the elements and the fish are on the bite steady all day
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

August 21, 2020
The fishing in the past week has been great, and we are thankful to be able to get out at all at the moment. There were no real donkey snapper pulled in this week, but the average size has been good with pannies up to three kilos making up the catch. As you can sometimes get in the colder months, the spiny dogs have been out in force, which can be a bit of a pain. Usually there’s enough table fish to ease the pain and hang in there. These mini sharks seem to come through in waves but there is often good snapper fishing in between.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

August 7, 2020
Fishing opportunities are getting few and far between with the wintery weather patterns doing their thing to preserve the fishery and keep us fisho’s at bay for a bit! The best days always seem to be weekdays of course, and the last trip was absolutely stunning weather-wise, and you would be forgiven to think we were in the middle of November. Absolutely dead calm and hot!
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

July 23, 2020
The weather windows are small at present, and weekdays seem to be offering the best opportunities which can be a bit frustrating for the nine to fivers. The fish are out there for the taking, and currently, the deeper you go the less spiny dogs seems to be the case. We have been targeting the area from 53 to 60 odd meters north of Albatross point the last few trips, and it has been pretty clean fishing.
Kawhia / Raglan

Kawhia / Raglan

June 26, 2020
There’s plenty happening out there this week. The easterly winds have been pretty fresh, but very fishable as there’s not so much swell. We have been fishing in around the forty-seven to fifty-five metre zone south of the bar leads, and getting some very nice snapper, and plenty of gurnard. There’s a lot of folks that prefer gurnard to snapper for the table, so getting a few good sized grunters on board is a welcome addition to the catch.

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