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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2013-08-31, 8:16 am

Going casting with the lad at 6am. Keep you posted but we'll probably get Kahawai or Crabs lol
Fish pie for lunch, it's Fathers Day here tomorrow.


[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]The kahawai is widespread throughout New Zealand and will be found from estuaries to the outer islands.
 
This sleek fish has an average size between 40-50cm long, and an average weight of 1 to 2kg. Appropriate tackle is 6-10kg mono or braid is even better as the bites are small. As their tremendous fighting ability has earned them a reputation as a top light tackle game fish, especially on salt-water fly (SWF). They can be found year round and will be enticed by plenty of burley.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2013-08-31, 10:55 am

jackie=oh. wrote:Back to the OP, which has my seal of approval, I used to fish years ago, sea fishing, with both my (now) husband, and brother.
Living near the coast, there is plenty of opportunaty for fishing, but we travelled as far as Scotland, where we were often sucessful not just a case of being in the right plaice at the right time.
The world is your oyster now, extreme fishing is not just for Robson Bream, it's for us all, bet there are lots of Brilliant fishing stories out there, don't skate about, feel free to share.
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I like sitting by a river bank or in a boat at sea or on a lake watching others, but never had the urge to fish myself.

When I lived in Wisconsin they used to go ice fishing in winter. Never could get my head around sitting for hours on a frozen lake in 20 below temperatures catching fish (bluegills I think they called them?) through a hole they drilled through 2 feet of ice! The fish did taste nice mind, fried after being dipped in oatmeal. Yummy!
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2013-09-01, 10:40 pm

Caught nothing but a chill  Embarassed

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Post  Guest on 2013-09-01, 11:14 pm

Sounds like you need a nip or two.... purely medicinal of course..

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