Weather & Tides



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Fishing Gossip - Courtesy of Tauranga Marine Charters

A fairly typical week as far as conditions go, with good settled days interspersed with quite strong West/SW winds.

We got a couple of days in though, working a bit deeper, between 50 and 80m.

With quite good results, a mixture of tarakihi and snapper mainly, with quite a few undersize kingies as well. The snapper were mainly sizeable, so seem to have moved out from the shallower water now. Still plenty of small ones in close, but the size has been diminishing for a few weeks now.

At least this is a more normal pattern of fishing for this time of year and with any luck it should continue for a while now.


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Lest we forget, Mt Maunganui. Photo: Cherry Fowles.

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