A recent study in Australia found recreational fishers contribute an estimated $2.56 billion to the nation’s economy. But what’s fishing worth in New Zealand? LegaSea asks the question...
A near trophy sized trout caught in a Northland lake is a sign of an improved habitat
Fish and chips for dinner for three West Coast men who pulled in a 330 kilogram tuna.
After the final whistle blows, how does Sir Graham Henry wind down? By fishing of course.
Whitebaiting is tremendously popular, with large numbers of Kiwis growing up with whitebaiting and seeing the pursuit of them as a birthright. Then, of course, there is the sharing of the catch with family and friends, making it a very social event for many.