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FISHING REPORT 31STMARCH 2017

FISHING REPORT 31STMARCH 2017. The weather has been getting better over the past week and fishing has started picking up, for edible anglers anyway. With the calming of the sea more and more anglers have started fishing again now that the tackle boxes are stocked from the previous week’s bad weather and fishing has gotten… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 24TH MARCH 2017

FISHING REPORT 24TH MARCH 2017. Fishing this past week hasn’t been too productive as the amount of fish and quality has been decreasing over the past while. Winter is approaching now and the summer fish are starting to filter out as the winter fish are slowly but surely arriving.   Rock and Surf:   The… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 17TH MARCH 2017

FISHING REPORT 17TH MARCH 2017.   With the changing of the season, apart from the extreme weather the past week there have been some surprisingly decent fish coming out on and off shore from some very brave anglers. As for the guys who decided not to brave the weather, this past week was ideal for… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 10TH MARCH 2017.

With some absolutely fantastic weather last week with calm seas and very little wind we saw some serious fish being caught along our coastline. Summer fish seem to be in full swing and the inedible as well as edible fisherman seem to be having a ball. Rock & Surf   In Kosi bay south there… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 03RD MARCH 2017.

With the annual Kingfisher stock take a thing of the past we would like to thank all our loyal customers for their patience.  With mixed catches both North and South, those in the know have read the wind patterns and fished these to their best advantage. Rock and Surf:   Kosi Bay has been producing… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 03RD FEBRUARY 2017

FISHING REPORT 03RD FEBRUARY 2017. This past week has been excellent fishing for freshwater and saltwater anglers alike with plenty fish coming out in all facets. We have had an interesting week when it comes to our nonedible fish with fish coming out where you really don’t expect them to. Rock and Surf: For the… continue reading.