Take A Kid Fishing - February 2012
Auckland’s Jacob Lang caught his first fish at Waipu just before Christmas, a good sized yelloweye mullet on a sabiki rig.
Shekinah and Jedi George-Koteka went fishing with their Dad Jennings in a friend’s boat on the Kaipara Harbour, and both caught their first fish.
Alex and Leona Eder’s first trout were caught at a ‘Take A Kid Fishing’ event run by Hunting and Fishing in Palmerston North.
Chloe Johnson with a nice snapper caught near Three-Mile Reef, off Whangarei Heads.
Cousins Rob Sydney and Bridie Page caught their best snapper so far off Port Jackson, using soft-baits.
Melissa McDonald with a nice snapper caught at Teal Bay, Northland.
Heath Barnstall made his first fishing trip over the Kawhia Bar with his Dad and friends, catching his biggest-ever snapper.
Sophie Flintoff’s best snapper was the only one caught from her dad’s tinnie on a day off Whitianga.
Joaquin Taylor-MacLean caught this big gurnard at Castlepoint.
Mya Sannazzaro went fishing with her Dad at Tangimoana and caught this tasty gurnard.
Charlie Cowdery caught this kahawai while fishing with his Koro off a Wharf at Whakatane.
Michal Sondej with a perch he caught spinning a soft-bait near Alfredton, Wairarapa.
Grant (Bam) Windsor from Puhoi was fishing with his family on the charter boat Chance off Whangaparaoa when he caught this beauty.
Samuel Jackson caught this great snapper while fishing with his Dad amongst the mussel farms of the Thames coast.
George Pardy (Junior) inspects a banded sea perch caught with a bunch of blue cod off Cape Turnagain on the Wairarapa coast during the summer holidays.
Scott Godfrey caught this potential junior world record kahawai while on holiday In Northland.
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