Te Horo Beach

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After our mish to the south coast with big swells,it was good to settle into some smaller waves and favorable conditions at my local haunt.
Still lots of Spiny Dogs,Red Cod and plenty of little Tope around,the Kahawai are slowly showing themselves as the Whitebait are slowly making their way up Otakis mouth.
Hopefully the northerlies stay around,as this will bring in the warmer water and with it Snapper and Carrots,Kingies will also be around in numbers as will Albacore if last summer was any thing to go buy,last year i was catching Albies five hundred meters off the beach in the Spider Pig,and kingies were also hanging around the odd log/tree not far off the beach as well,so its quite achievable to snooker those two species.
Lots of little paddle crabs are now showing up and very easy to catch at your feet in the guts that run parallel to the beach,great baits for Snapper at night which is the best time to target these guys.
Also YEM’s and Jack Macs are also showing up as are sardines.

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2 Responses to “Te Horo Beach”

  1. Michael Jackson says:

    Is there access to fishing spots at Te Horo without a 4WD?

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