The Run Down On Coastal Capers
Reeling in massive winter Snapper off the rocks is an art form within itself. With location, tides, and time of day all playing a factor in finding success, the dance between angler and snapper can be as technical as it gets. To help you when you're out on the rocks, we asked a few professionals to go through the essential tips and tricks for targeting a trophy Snapper. Nobody knows rock fishing better than Tony Wood from Moocher Hunters who has been pulling in 20 pound plus Snapper regularly for years now. We took a trip with him to pick up some tips and tricks on how the pros get it done. But there isn't much use in knowing the techniques if you don't have the right gear for the job so we asked Mike Knight from OTL (On Top Lures) to give us his thoughts on Daiwa's Free Swimmer BR and how he best puts it to use when fishing off the rocks.
Tips For Targeting Big Winter Reds Off The Rocks
Tony Wood from Moocher Hunters specialises in targeting trophy Snapper off the rocks. His local is Waiheke Island where countless hours have been spent exploring the coastline and learning the complexities of each spot. With this amount of knowledge and understanding of the local environment, Tony regularly pulls 20 pound plus fish out of what would be considered a heavily fished area. More importantly, all the big fish go back, Tony is inspirational in the care he shows to preserve his local resource and has an intimate understanding of what is required to maintain a healthy ecosystem. Tony’s consistent results speak for themselves and below Tony shares with us his key tips for targeting big winter reds…Read More
Coastal Capers Rods And Reels
Rock Fishing With The Daiwa Free Swimmer
Lobbing big baits down a pumping burley trail is a form of fishing that is close to many kiwi anglers hearts, it's often where teeth are cut and where the lifelong passion for fishing begins...Read More