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15 hours ago

BlueWater magazine

Fighting Fins – Big Game Fishing in New Zealand Waters
By Neil Illingworth

The author of this book was a journalist with the New Zealand Herald newspaper. He fell under the spell of game fishing and decided to tell the story of the sport as it had developed in New Zealand during the first 60 years of the 20th century.

Read the full review by John McIntyre in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag.

YOURS TO DOWNLOAD HERE: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

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Fighting Fins – Big Game Fishing in New Zealand Waters
By Neil Illingworth 

The author of this book was a journalist with the New Zealand Herald newspaper. He fell under the spell of game fishing and decided to tell the story of the sport as it had developed in New Zealand during the first 60 years of the 20th century. 

Read the full review by John McIntyre in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag.

YOURS TO DOWNLOAD HERE: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing

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Still have my original edition, 1961,I knew Rob Dinsdale who collaborated with Neil, Quite well, I ran the Cara Mia that his father built.

Denis Laws, hope you enjoyed it mate

Thanks you!

2 days ago

BlueWater magazine

It’s the fish you lose that draw you back!

During a recent trip home from the bottom of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Robbie and Greg Flynn hooked a couple of small blue marlin, plus a giant. The dream fish was lost, but the encounter will keep them talking for years to come.

Read Greg’s full thrilling story in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag

OUT NOW: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing
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It’s the fish you lose that draw you back!

During a recent trip home from the bottom of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Robbie and Greg Flynn hooked a couple of small blue marlin, plus a giant. The dream fish was lost, but the encounter will keep them talking for years to come.

Read Gregs full thrilling story in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag

OUT NOW: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing

3 days ago

BlueWater magazine

For many of us, Spring is a special time of year.

While north-eastern Australia enjoys black marlin at both the giant and juvenile ends of the scale, the south-east experiences outstanding fishing for yellowfin tuna and mako sharks, as I explain in my editorial in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag.

OUT NOW for your reading entertainment. www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

Few sights are more electrifying than spotting a very large yellowfin cruising through your berley trail. Have you experienced this?

#FreeMagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing
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For many of us, Spring is a special time of year.

While north-eastern Australia enjoys black marlin at both the giant and juvenile ends of the scale, the south-east experiences outstanding fishing for yellowfin tuna and mako sharks, as I explain in my editorial in issue 12 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag.  

OUT NOW for your reading entertainment. www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

Few sights are more electrifying than spotting a very large yellowfin cruising through your berley trail.  Have you experienced this?

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing

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Awesome

good day at Outer Banks NC

4 days ago

BlueWater magazine

NUMBER 12 is OUT!

HOT BlueWater mini-mag issue 12 is now available to read:www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

In this issue you will read about:
* Tricks to tempt marlin
* Techniques to fight big tuna faster
* A jumbo yellowfin – SOLO
* Turtle-Pac bladder fuel tanks
* Do billfish and other pelagic fish see, hunt and feed in the dark?
* BlueWater recommnends – noteworthy Charter Operators for your next game fishing adventure.
* Book review: Fighting Fins
* Aroona’s Spanish Mackerel recipe
Jam packed with thrilling and informative information

Download and read for FREE: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#FreeMagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing
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NUMBER 12 is OUT!

HOT BlueWater mini-mag issue 12 is now available to read:www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

In this issue you will read about:
* Tricks to tempt marlin
* Techniques to fight big tuna faster
* A jumbo yellowfin - SOLO
* Turtle-Pac bladder fuel tanks
* Do billfish and other pelagic fish see, hunt and feed in the dark?
* BlueWater recommnends - noteworthy Charter Operators for your next game fishing adventure.
* Book review: Fighting Fins
* Aroonas Spanish Mackerel recipe
Jam packed with thrilling and informative information

Download and read for FREE: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing

5 days ago

BlueWater magazine

Turtle Pac’s Super Deck Tanks

To enable voyages to distant locations, or to stay at sea for extended periods, many boatowners have found the extremely tough, tank-within-a-tank collapsible fuel storage bladders made by Australia’s Turtle-Pac to be essential equipment. Made in sizes to suit everything from offshore gamefishing trailerboats to ocean-roaming superyachts and motherships, Turtle-Pac’s Super Deck Tanks can be found on boats in every corner of the globe.

Gamefishing vessels typically find Turtle-Pac’s collapsible, easily stored fuel bladders with capacities from 200 to 1000 litres perfect for storing in unobtrusive locations, enabling the boat’s balance and trim to be maintained as fuel is used.

Call Laszlo at the factory on (07) 5598 1959, visit the Gold Coast showroom, or for more information and to see the range in use on boats throughout the world, visit www.turtlepac.com

www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishing
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Turtle Pac’s Super Deck Tanks

To enable voyages to distant locations, or to stay at sea for extended periods, many boatowners have found the extremely tough, tank-within-a-tank collapsible fuel storage bladders made by Australia’s Turtle-Pac to be essential equipment. Made in sizes to suit everything from offshore gamefishing trailerboats to ocean-roaming superyachts and motherships, Turtle-Pac’s Super Deck Tanks can be found on boats in every corner of the globe.

Gamefishing vessels typically find Turtle-Pac’s collapsible, easily stored fuel bladders with capacities from 200 to 1000 litres perfect for storing in unobtrusive locations, enabling the boat’s balance and trim to be maintained as fuel is used.

Call Laszlo at the factory on (07) 5598 1959, visit the Gold Coast showroom, or for more information and to see the range in use on boats throughout the world, visit www.turtlepac.com

www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

#freemagazine #HOTbluewatergamefishing #bluewatermagazine #bluewatergamefishing #biggamefishingImage attachment
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