Making every catch count

Jessup, Peter
November 2013
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Nov2013, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p80
Trade Publication
The article suggests a number of ways on how amateur anglers in New Zealand can limit the number of undersize snapper they hook now that the daily bag limit for snapper is to go down from nine to seven and the size limit is up from 27 centimeters (cm) to 30 cm. It includes avoiding the areas where the fish congregate in numbers that outweigh the number of 35cm-plus. Another is to use bigger hooks, baits, lures and soft plastics.


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