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So far July's been mint
6 July 2016
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It’s always good to see the new month start off with good weather, and so far July’s been mint

We got an overnighter away  with the Romai FC, 3rd time lucky and had a good evening fish for an hour or two.

A lot of nice snapper, up to 3  kg , and a few tarakihi when the snapper slowed  down. A good night’s sleep at Mayor and bright and early back into it.

There was enough S.E. current to make getting on the mark tricky at first, but once positioned we had good steady fishing.  A  lot more tarakihi, with a good mix of snapper, pink maomao,  red snapper, and the odd porae and trevally as well.

We had a group  decision to do a few Hapuku drifts, but the  current was too severe in the deeper water and we got skunked except for a sea perch and a lonely tarakihi.

Sunday was a perfect day, weather and fishingwise , so we ended up home a bit early. A few near misses with  just undersize kingfish,but nobody was  too concerned, the tarakihi eased the pain.

WHAT OUR FANTASTIC CLIENTS SAY

  • 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 

  • 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

     

  • 5.9.2009

    Hi Brett,
     
    I enjoyed my fishing during my last trip to Tauranga. The fishes caught was really delicious...Taratiki. I couldn't wait to eat them, so, I cooked a few fillets at the Bay Palm Motel where I stayed. I brought the rest back to Perth and my family just loved them.
     
    Just a note that you should be aware of so that you can advise all future Australians who fish with you and want to bring the fishes home. The fishes MUST be headless, gilled and gutted. Remember, must not have heads. I decleared my fishes and the first questions asked was whether I removed the head (which I did) and since my fishes were also gutted and gilled, I could bring in ALL(including the fillets).
     
    Best wishes for the season and happy fishing.

    Regards,


    Melvin Wee
    JAS Sushi, Perth

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