- $12K raised for Diane
- Porky pigs' surgery for sight
- Growing grass, cutting costs
- Western Bay police rate jobs
- Road sweeper rolls in Te Puna
- Car thief’s sentencing adjourned
- Harris makes AB cut
- Waipuna expansion almost complete
- Party vote politicking
- Ready for an emergency?
- Papamoa markets move from Plaza
- Arson investigation on-going
- Anger over Brookfield baiting
- Beached cat written off
- Wet weather continues this week
- Shock at Karangahake Gorge mining
- Attempted abduction in Mount
- Worst decision of Erica’s life
- Delays and diversions after crash
- Car crashes through Te Puna house
- Fair Go applies the screws
- Slug gun found, police speak with man
- Worker sacked for Facebook ‘like'
- Frank the rabbit fround in Rotorua
- Riding shotgun with Fair Go
- Gun pulled from couple's hedges
- Gun pointed at man in Matua
- Road clear after SH29 crash
- Tauranga cop new Police Ten 7 host
- Plea for missing Maz
Weather & Tides
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Still fairly static as far as the bottom fishing goes, with no evidence of anything much in the shallow water yet, apart from some very small snapper that is. We did pull some large tarakihi from an area East of the Okaparus in around 40m, but not enough to spend too long there, so the deeper water is still the best bet at the moment.
Working around Brewis shoals was more of the same, with some small snapper and not much else, although we struck a school of red snapper that went quite hard while they were around, so that bumped the tallies up nicely. Talking to a friend on Sunday, and he was saying that the water temp out wide is over 16 degrees so with the predominating easterlies bringing in the warmer water we might see a bit more action in shallow soon.
Daylight Saving: Please note that tide times have been corrected for daylight saving.