Weather & Tides



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Fishing Gossip - Courtesy of Tauranga Marine Charters

The week started well, with an excellent, settled day when we picked up our kayakers and trampers from Mayor.

Our midweek trip on Thursday was a good one too. Two or three hours of excellent fishing, and by the time the current had picked up enough to put the fish off, everyone had plenty.

We made a brief stop on the way in, but it was a non event so we got in early enough to miss most of the traffic.

The weekend was looking a bit doubtful, and so it proved, with  enough S.Easterly to make it a no go for both days.

The signs are looking better though, with more schools of fish around, we also saw some dolphins, the first for a while, so here's hoping the Metservices prediction of a long hot summer aren't just hot air.

 

 

 

 



 


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On the ’Bird Walk’, Katikati looking over the Uretara stream to the Kaimai ranges. Photo: Glenice McDonald.

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