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Written by Mental, 30Fish   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

The challenge – Go fishing every day for thirty days – This is the story…

Day 14 – Up the River

I’m living in Ngunguru in a house which is only about 300m from the estuary but apart from the one day I fished off the rocks I haven’t actually fished locally, so tonight I took the kayak off the roof of the car, put it on my C-Tug trolley, loaded all my gear on, and pulled it some 300m to the boat ramp.

It was 7:00pm and high tide was due at 8:00pm so I thought I’d paddle up the estuary with the tide and then come back with the tide later.

Day 20 – Bar Work

It’s been a pretty miserable day here in Whangarei today, it’s been raining for most of the day so it was going to be a wet one for sure. The good thing was that the wind was pretty absent today so I thought it would be a good time to head out in front of the Ngunguru spit where a couple of people had advised me to head.

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