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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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Fishing Gossip - Courtesy of Tauranga Marine Charters

Another fairly volatile week of weather, but we got a few trips away. After some good signs that the fish had moved in to the shallower water, it turned out a bit premature, with more slow fishing meaning we ended up back in the deeper water outside Motiti with quite good results. Reasonable amounts of tarakihi and red snapper and some good sized snapper in the mix as well. Saturday's forecast looked a bit marginal, but it turned out to be not too bad, although the fishing was a bit slower than the previous days. Still, not a bad result, and by home time it had turned into a sunny settled day.






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