There were plenty of snapper, kingfish, trevally and other stuff caught out west for the keen anglers who braved the elements. The day just got better and better weather and fish wise with 2 snapper around the 20lb mark taken around Mana Island plus snapper, kingis and trevs caught south of Makara. It was a real mixed bag for us just south of the bridge with bluecod, tarakihi, trevally, snapper, kingfish, gurnard, butterfly perch, kahawai and assorted lesser species. Wintery weather has made it fairly challenging to get out much, but that in turn is what protects our fishery so it is good when the weather gods inevitably smile. Snapper are, as expected, not too prolific at this time of year, and when you do find them they are usually out a bit deeper in 50 — 70 metres.
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