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2 days ago

Catch Fishing

Speed or mechanical jigs, here's the why, where and key triggers to catch the BIGGEST fish of the day 👊. Deep dark depths = HUGE fish, target them faster, here's how featuring an exceptional mechanical jig, The Joker.
Espresso ☕🎣
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Thanks Grant the 5000 and 250 rod is the set up I ordered and its great to hear your advice on that model!

Where can I get them in Christchurch? Tired of paying postage and want to support local.

Will rig up the 400gm joker now as I thought it would be to heavy for my 250g rod

Blair Herbert . You're welcome.

...a picture of what was on the display table, a bit easier to see the hook rigs etc

The little Catch Magnetic Release Clip for your pliers, braid scissors, knife on a bungy cord etc, clips at other end onto your belt or jig bag, so 'someone' doesn't lose it overboard, and get it back fast 'n easy from the fishing mate that prefers to 'borrow' yours - this helps get it back...😏. Espresso www.catchfishing.pro/product/magnetic-release/

The Jig Bag. Front pocket (out of view) holds the spilt ring pliers, PR bobbin, spare Pro Series jig hooks 🥢 www.catchfishing.pro/product/deluxe-jig-bag/

Jackson Rich Cameron Bacon top tips

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5 days ago

Catch Fishing

The Espresso Report, July 3, 2020. :)
Tuna time! Yes the Bluefin tuna run up the northern coast is well underway with some stunning fish being caught recreationally – just a few hours drive from Auckland (if you’re an Aucklander that is). And why is right now most excellent for tuna taming? That full moon, well known for the best tuna bite in town when’s it’s around. Half a chance, this could be your chance. As for what gear, that’s a good question and answers are as many as there are anglers. Multiple strikes and hook ups can make for the ultimate in hectic adrenaline fuelled panic and excitement so trolling with good gear is essential yet the only thing the tuna is interested in is your lure and there’s lots to choose from. A couple of good straight running lures, small to medium size on the riggers (like the 200gm Squidwings is ideal, a demo with trolling setup is in link below). It’s handy to have a no fuss no hassle lure out that’ll run well in all sorts of conditions from smooth to gnarly choppy water, which can be expected all in the same day right. Whatever weapons and ammunition you choose, make sure it’s in tip top order – this is big fish hunting and they can test everything to the limit. Enjoy the entire adventure if you do.
Local bays of Auckland. Most days lately seem to be cold damp and windy – uninviting to most humans warm indoors, but now and then a fish and bird eruption takes place, within eyesight of Rangitoto and other bays like Kawakawa. This week again just when it looked like the winter doldrums would set in – BOOM! Thousands of birds, uncountable fish in various concentrated mosh pits of action. Everything from cormorants to terns, petrels to gulls, inshore gannets joining in as well after the various fish species like snapper, kahawai, mackerel and anchovies boiling the surface upwards. Smart combatants – a lot of the time spent in Marine Reserves and No Fishing Zones and buzzing around Naval vessels and others looking after the cables below (perhaps fish have an app), so spectacularly just there yet out of reach, but only for a while. Areas of western Rangitito right over to Long Bay have been buzzing in bursts the past few days and some around Kawakawa bay area too – lots of big kahawai and many more of the beautiful ‘Coke bottle’ sized models flashing around at high speed, great to look at as a fish, and fantastic in so many others – smoked, sashimi, cerviche plus being a whole mountain of fun to catch too. Even when the furor hasn’t been visible there has been fish patrolling all around the edges, the shallows – watching kingfish lurking literally at your feet while many Aucklanders enjoy walking their dogs along the walkways and paths. Landbased or kayak fishing too – easy.
The southerly wind and rising tidal current has put a dampener on workup chasing lately, but with the air temp and sea temps dropping fast like a cellphone over the side, the workups will be aggressive and intense out there, dolphins need to keep their body temp up, same as ours 36c! And they’re out there swimming in this. Workups are on for sure, so when that wind drops enough it’ll be typical full moon winter stuff, boom or bust, fast and furious no doubt.
Daylight hours are getting longer, lots of fishing that can be done in all sorts of ways and it’s always appreciated by friends and family, freshly caught fish on the table.
Have a great week and enjoy your fishing adventures whatever they may be.
Espresso.

***200gm Squidwings - Tuna Taming Trolling setup here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=du8k5xWmTiI&t=3s
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The Espresso Report, July 3, 2020. :)
Tuna time! Yes the Bluefin tuna run up the northern coast is well underway with some stunning fish being caught recreationally – just a few hours drive from Auckland (if you’re an Aucklander that is). And why is right now most excellent for tuna taming? That full moon, well known for the best tuna bite in town when’s it’s around. Half a chance, this could be your chance. As for what gear, that’s a good question and answers are as many as there are anglers. Multiple strikes and hook ups can make for the ultimate in hectic adrenaline fuelled panic and excitement so trolling with good gear is essential yet the only thing the tuna is interested in is your lure and there’s lots to choose from. A couple of good straight running lures, small to medium size on the riggers (like the 200gm Squidwings is ideal, a demo with trolling setup is in link below). It’s handy to have a no fuss no hassle lure out that’ll run well in all sorts of conditions from smooth to gnarly choppy water, which can be expected all in the same day right. Whatever weapons and ammunition you choose, make sure it’s in tip top order – this is big fish hunting and they can test everything to the limit. Enjoy the entire adventure if you do. 
Local bays of Auckland. Most days lately seem to be cold damp and windy – uninviting to most humans warm indoors, but now and then a fish and bird eruption takes place, within eyesight of Rangitoto and other bays like Kawakawa. This week again just when it looked like the winter doldrums would set in – BOOM! Thousands of birds, uncountable fish in various concentrated mosh pits of action. Everything from cormorants to terns, petrels to gulls, inshore gannets joining in as well after the various fish species like snapper, kahawai, mackerel and anchovies boiling the surface upwards. Smart combatants – a lot of the time spent in Marine Reserves and No Fishing Zones and buzzing around Naval vessels and others looking after the cables below (perhaps fish have an app), so spectacularly just there yet out of reach, but only for a while. Areas of western Rangitito right over to Long Bay have been buzzing in bursts the past few days and some around Kawakawa bay area too – lots of big kahawai and many more of the beautiful ‘Coke bottle’ sized models flashing around at high speed, great to look at as a fish, and fantastic in so many others – smoked, sashimi, cerviche plus being a whole mountain of fun to catch too. Even when the furor hasn’t  been visible there has been fish patrolling all around the edges, the shallows – watching kingfish lurking literally at your feet while many Aucklanders enjoy walking their dogs along the walkways and paths. Landbased or kayak fishing too – easy.
The southerly wind and rising tidal current has put a dampener on workup chasing lately, but with the air temp and sea temps dropping fast like a cellphone over the side, the workups will be aggressive and intense out there, dolphins need to keep their body temp up, same as ours 36c! And they’re out there swimming in this. Workups are on for sure, so when that wind drops enough it’ll be typical full moon winter stuff, boom or bust, fast and furious no doubt.
Daylight hours are getting longer, lots of fishing that can be done in all sorts of ways and it’s always appreciated by friends and family, freshly caught fish on the table.
Have a great week and enjoy your fishing adventures whatever they may be.
Espresso.

***200gm Squidwings - Tuna Taming Trolling setup here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du8k5xWmTiI&t=3s

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i handlined(longlining ;) ) a lot of Bluefin and Bigeye out at the Rumbles in the 90s . wild stinky sulphur canyons full of fish .

6 days ago

Catch Fishing

Little wonder the WhiteWarrior range of Catch jigs work so well, check out this stunning little silver-white piper, favourite food for so many!
Espresso ☕🎣
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Little wonder the WhiteWarrior range of Catch jigs work so well, check out this stunning little silver-white piper, favourite food for so many!
Espresso ☕🎣

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That looks awesome

Have you got a link to these ones.

Is that a lure

Ethan Leigh

Piper are thick in the water up houhora they are everywhere

Where do i get these Grant?

Oooft Vlad Voda Tom Burgess

Is that a Marlin? Lol

Baby marlin

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1 week ago

Catch Fishing

Next in the Espresso LIVE series:
The JOKER!
Long Fall Mechanical Jig to target BIG fast fish, in deeper water.
Jigging for the fish of the day, or a personal best? If you love catching BIG fish on jigs - see you soon with top tips and how-to's and get the best out of your next jigging adventure.
Espresso.

The Joker jig:
www.catchfishing.pro/product/the-joker/
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Next in the Espresso LIVE series: 
The JOKER!  
Long Fall Mechanical Jig to target BIG fast fish, in deeper water. 
Jigging for the fish of the day, or a personal best? If you love catching BIG fish on jigs - see you soon with top tips and how-tos and get the best out of your next jigging adventure.
Espresso.

The Joker jig:
https://www.catchfishing.pro/product/the-joker/

1 week ago

Catch Fishing

❄Winter fishing downunder❄, the best??! Kensei150 spin and Catch IRT300, feel that cool clear sea air, and sunshine! 🥰 When's your next fishing adventure?!!?
Espresso ☕🎣
The Kensei 👍
www.catchfishing.pro/product/kensei/
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❄Winter fishing downunder❄, the best??! Kensei150 spin and Catch IRT300, feel that cool clear sea air, and sunshine! 🥰 Whens your next fishing adventure?!!?
Espresso ☕🎣
The Kensei 👍
https://www.catchfishing.pro/product/kensei/

2 weeks ago

Catch Fishing

Here's how to fish the mighty SQUIDWINGS!! (60, 80, 100gm). EVERYTHING eats squid, enter SQUIDWINGS! The big fish lure, tuna, snapper, kingfish, mahi, you name it they all love Squidwings, here's why!Espresso.
Squidwings
www.catchfishing.pro/product/squidwings-classic/
Some hook options:
www.catchfishing.pro/product/hooks/
Top Water 3 piece shown:
www.catchfishing.pro/product/catch-top-water-extreme-rod/
IRT Reels
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What more new dance moves Espresso ? Lol.

Troy Slater, Brent Moses, everything eats squid

See David Longley aggressive action

Greg Eustace Ricky Leon King

Where can we buy these. Looks awesome.

Luminous, UV Squidwings

Very cool

calm down bro

Trolling speed???

Going to try out the 200 grams this weekend on the kings along with a 500 fingers crossed

Awesome UV demo Grant

Looking forward to our day on the 11th onboard Wave Dancer

Squidwings night lights 😎 . Espresso

Get some Toby Parnell

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2 weeks ago

Catch Fishing

YES! IT'S ON..TOMORROW MORNING!! (Sat. 27 June 10:00am NZ)
Espresso LIVE: SQUIDWINGS! 🦑 🦑 🦑
👉 Find out how to maximize its effectiveness for where you fish, and why this lure is a master Tuna tamer, Kingfish candy and monster Snapper favourite. Also different jigging techniques, hook rigs and Pro tips for targeting those BIG FISH! 🎣🐟 From inshore Kayaks to offshore big game chasers. 100gm SQUIDWINGS.

Put the coffee on 😁✔ , see you in the morning. Espresso ☕🎣
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YES! ITS ON..TOMORROW MORNING!! (Sat. 27 June 10:00am NZ)
Espresso LIVE: SQUIDWINGS! 🦑 🦑 🦑
👉 Find out how to maximize its effectiveness for where you fish, and why this lure is a master Tuna tamer, Kingfish candy and monster Snapper favourite. Also different jigging techniques, hook rigs and Pro tips for targeting those BIG FISH! 🎣🐟 From inshore Kayaks to offshore big game chasers. 100gm SQUIDWINGS.

Put the coffee on 😁✔ , see you in the morning. Espresso ☕🎣

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What channel mate?

2 weeks ago

Catch Fishing

Squidwings and Snapper, smokin' 🔥 downunder!
100gm WhiteWarrior ✔
Espresso ☕🎣
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Squidwings and Snapper, smokin 🔥 downunder!
100gm WhiteWarrior ✔
Espresso ☕🎣
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