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Niwas saying warmer and milder than it has been
8 May 2018
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Ahhh. A few days of [mostly] calm weather make for a happier group of fisherfolk.

We’re still getting more consistency in the deeper water, with a good mix of species, including a couple of legal kingfish and a few snapper over 10lb as well as tarakihi and trevally.

We’re also still getting skippies and have had a couple of pods of dolphin playing around the boat, so a bit of entertainment  on the way as well.

It’s going to be interesting seeing what eventuates this winter, Niwa’s saying warmer and milder than it has been, which would be nice if it comes to fruition, but even a couple of weeks of settled weather seems special after the volatility of the last few months.

 

WHAT OUR FANTASTIC CLIENTS SAY

  • Hi there Brett, just a quick thank you for the lovely fishing trip we had today.

    Myself my wife and parents had a fantastic time.

    It may have been a bit choppy today but luckily my family didn't supply any extra burley and really enjoyed the trip. We have about 2kgs of Terakihi filets in the fridge which we look forward to enjoying tomorrow.

    After trying different charter boats I have found Tauranga Marine Charters by far the best.

    We really appreciate you helping and guiding my wife and parents who are first time fishers to get set up and get onto some fish.

    Looking forward to doing it again sometime.

    Many thanks
    Aaron

  • Just a quick email to thank you for a nice fishing trip today. Very enjoyable. Weather was kind to us and everyone caught fish.

    Hopefully will return to the Mount again next year, in which case I will check you out for another trip.

    Regards

    Alan Chamberlain

     

  • Thank you for a great day yesterday. The trip was a surprise getaway for Robs 60th birthday and none of us had done a charter trip before nor can we fish for Terakihi as snapper, trevally and kingfish are target species in the Coromandel. 

    A most enjoyable day

    Regards

    Tanya 

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