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Charters

There are three types of trips we commonly book. Four hour trips are generally inside the harbour, 6 hour trips are out onto the South Coast and 9 hour full day trips are out to the deepwater, like the Trench and may include some inshore fishing as well.

What's included in a trip

We provide bait, expert help, tea, coffee, toast, fruit, something on the bbq (share cost trips) and filleting of all fish caught.

Charters Coming Up

There are other days available. Phone the booking office on 045894326

or email charters@petelambfishing.co.nz for details

Some of these dates are subject to change

29 Jun - possible 4hr trip 8am or 12.30pm - Book! - Enquire
30 Jun - sorry fully booked
1 Jul - 12.30pm 4hr trip - Book! - Enquire
2 Jul - 7am 6hr trip - Book! - Enquire
2 Jul - 4hr 1.30pm trip - Book! - Enquire
3 Jul - possible day trip - Book! - Enquire
4 Jul - 8am 6hr trip - Book! - Enquire
5 Jul - 12.30pm 4hr trip - Book! - Enquire
6 Jul - unavailable all day
7 Jul - unavailable all day
8 Jul - unavailable all day
9 Jul - unavailable all day
10 Jul - unavailable all day
11 Jul - unavailable all day
12 Jul - unavailable all day
13 Jul - unavailable all day
14 Jul - unavailable all day
15 Jul - possible day trip going out - Book! - Enquire
16 Jul - possible 6hr trip 7am - Book! - Enquire
16 Jul - 1.30pm 4hr harbour trip - Book! - Enquire
18 Jul - possible 4hr trip 8am - Book! - Enquire
19 Jul - possible 6hr trip 9am - Book! - Enquire
22 Jul - unavailable 7am-4pm
23 Jul - possible day or half day going out - Book! - Enquire
7 Sep - Inshore Boatfishing seminar 7pm - Book! - Enquire
21 Sep - Surfcasting & Rock Fishing seminar 7pm - Book! - Enquire
5 Oct - Deepwater boatfishing seminar 7pm - Book! - Enquire
19 Oct - Knot & Rig tying, Sinker & Berley making, New lures (Soft Baits, Slow Jig, Inchiku, Knuckle & Slider) 7pm - Book! - Enquire
2 Nov - Harbour fishing seminar 7pm - Book! - Enquire
Fish like this hapuku (groper) are often caught on our full-day 9-hour deepwater trips, along with bluenose and bass of similar proportions.
Bluecod along with tarakihi are a comon catch on the 6hr south coast trips. We also catch kingfish, snapper, school hapuku, trevally, warehou, gurnard and kahawai
Gurnard like this one are commonly caught on our 4hr harbour trips. We also catch kahawai, elephantfish, trevally, snapper, kingfish, bluecod and tarakihi.
Pete Lamb Annual Fishing Competition
June 16, 17, 18 2017

Pete Lamb Annual Fishing Competition June 16, 17, 18 2017

Overview of the Comp

The weather came to the party this year with excellent conditions all 3 days. On Friday it was 10 knot variable winds with a 1.5mtr swell on the south and pretty much flat on the west coast and harbour. On Saturday it was virtually flat calm. The swell eased on the south and it was close to perfect conditions. On Sunday a northerly got up to 15/20knots by midday and the swell dropped to less than a metre on the south.
Stats - We had approximately 215 entrants including 12 kayaks, 32 shore only fishers, 23 kids, 18 juniors, 15 ladies, 48 boat/shore fishers and 67 boat only fishers.
Prior to the comp a big southerly may have put some of the fish off the bite with slightly colder water, Snapper were harder to catch in the harbour and out west but some anglers got their limits with one large 8kg fish from Nick Bowden from Kapiti. Only one kingi was weighed in but a few got away. Gurnard, kahawai, tarakihi, bluecod and bluenose were about in good numbers but moki, spotty shark, elephantfish and puka were harder to get onto.
Surfcasting was tough going as the south coast was a bit swelly and the water was dirty close into shore. Sunday morning was the best but only one spotty shark was caught. At 11.6kgs it was a big one though, well done Ricky Nunez!

RESULTS

Recon Boat Section Contestant Weight (kgs)
Bluecod 1 Mile Le Prou 2.14
Bluecod 2 Byrce Hunter 1.96
Bluecod 3 Ray Marshall 1.62
Terakihi 1 Leigh Page 1.68
Terakihi 2 Steve Brown 1.51
Terakihi 3 Dean Gates 1.466
Elephantfish 1 Logan 5.74
Elephantfish 2 Vinnie Smitts 4.02
Elephantfish 3 drawn
Gurnard 1 Kevin Bowden 1.24
Gurnard 2 Jordan Lowndes 1.22
Gurnard 3 Nathan Guther 1.21

 

Pete Lamb and Tasline Deepwater
Bass 1 drawn
Bass 2 drawn
Bass 3 drawn
Bluenose 1 Eli Kapua 9.86
Bluenose 2 John Coffey 7.94
Bluenose 3 Mike Anstiss 6.66
Groper 1 drawn
Groper 2 drawn
Groper 3 drawn

 

Penn Shore Section
Blue Moki 1 drawn
Blue Moki 2 drawn
Blue Moki 3 drawn
Spotty Shark 1 Ricky Nunez 11.66
Spotty Shark 2 drawn
Spotty Shark 3 drawn
Red Cod 1 Vinny Smitts 2.4
Red Cod 2 Anthony Sanger Shore 1.96
Red Cod 3 Jordan Cockrane 1.92
Barracouta 1 Anthony Sanger Shore 3.12
Barracouta 2 Vinny Smits 1.56
Barracouta 3 Clayton Pepere 1.372

 

Gasworks Combined Boat / Shore
Snapper 1 Nick Bowden 8.16
Snapper 2 Craig Bailey 3.36
Snapper 3 Steve Brown 2.54
Kingfish 1 Leigh Page 5.98
Kingfish 2 drawn
Kingfish 3 drawn
Kahawai 1 Luke Cowley 2.88
Kahawai 2 Rowan Wright 2.86
Kahawai 3 Eli Kapua 2.84
Trevally 1 Stephanie Fairweather 3.46
Trevally 2 Steve Brown 2.37
Trevally 3 Damien Georgio 2.3

 

Fin-nor Ladies
Best Scale
1 Rebekah Burns Kahawai 2.180
2 Stephanie Fairweather Kahawai 2.140
3 Marisa Andrews Redcod 1.9

 

Jarvis Walker Kayak
Best Scale
1 Rowan Wright Snapper 1.98
2 Rowan Wright Kahawai 2.440
3 Shane Redmond Kahawai 2.030

 

Shimano Juniors
Best Scale
1 Zac Snow Bluemoki 2.50
2 Zach Thompson Trevally 1.98kg
3 Amish Kumar Kahawai 2.580

 

Southern Bait and Okuma Kids
Herring 1 Sebastian Chow Worn 0.240, 2 Alex Randall 0.190, 3 Toby Randall 0.154
Spotty 1 Stella Thompson 0.340, 2 James Pearce 0.280, 3 Coutney Mclver 0.220
Parrotfish drawn

 

Double Glazing Guys Hardluck
Kevin Murphy (fillet blue cod before weigh in)
Rob Snows daughter for getting a hook in her finger and having to go to A+E

 

Kiwi Sizzler Photo
We had some great entries and it was hard to pick 2nd and third but the 1st place was a classic
1 Alistair Maher - what a great wgtn harbour fishing shot
2 Stephanie Fairweather - I liked the blue colour and the different angle of the fish
3 Nadine Kapua - A family sossie session at the back of 5 mile reef on the Kapua vessel, this one brought a smile to my face

Cost - $30pp open section, $20pp shore only, $10pp junior section, $5pp kids section


SPECIES OF FISH
Open (boat) section - kahawai, tarakihi, bluecod, gurnard, snapper, kingfish, groper/bass/bluenose
shore only - redcod, blue moki, spotted shark, barracouta, trevally
kids - spotty, herring, mackerel, parrotfish

Shore fishers may enter the open section and compete for both shore and open species
Juniors (up to 15yrs) can fish the boat or shore sections

If you want to fish the main shore or boat prizes you have to pay the $20 or $30 otherwise you can just enter as a kid (1-11yr), a junior (1-15yr), a lady or a kayak fisher and fish that particular section.

First 50 entrants win free bag crushed Ice

PRIZES AND SECTIONS

1st prizes listed (maybe subject to change)
2nd prizes – Vouchers, Clothing & Assorted tackle
3rd prizes - Flasher rigs assorted tackle & Clothing

Recon Inshore Boat section
Buecod - Kiwi Sizzler stainless marine BBQ
Tarakihi – Penn Spin Fish Reel & Braid
Gurnard - Diawa Firewolf Rod /Reel & Victory Fillet Knife
Elephant fish – Biscayne Bait Runner Set & Victory Fillet Knife

Pete Lamb & Tasline Deepwater boat section
Hapuku - Ruxxac transporter cart, Shimano T/Cap & 600/80LB
Tasline Braid, Decoro 25 Litre Chilli & Fillet Knife
Bass – Jarvis walker large tackle bag, Shimano T/Cap & 600/80lbTasline Braid Folding Berley Pot & Filleting Knife
Bluenose – Watersnake Lifejacket, Shimano T/Cap & 600/80lbTasline Braid, Folding Berley Pot & Filleting Knife

Gasworks Combined Boat & Shore section
Kingfish – $400 Fortune Favours brewery tour 8 ppl Shimano kingfish T& Victory Fillet Knife & Cap
Snapper – $200 Wellington Hospitality Voucher 19
Venues to use & Victory Fillet Knife & Cap
Trevally – Penn Spin Fish Reel & Victory Fillet Knife Shimano T & Cap
Kahawai – Kiwi Sizzler BBQ

Penn Shore section
Blue Moki – Penn Spin Fish Reel & Led Headlamp & Cap
Spotty shark (Rig) – Victory Fillet Knife & Led Head lamp & Cap
Red Cod - Tackle box & Victory Fillet Knife & Okuma Cap
Barracouta – Victory Fillet Knife & Led Head lamp & Cap
** All winners receive long casting rigs**

Southern Bait & Okuma kids section – All kids get a prize
Spotty – Okuma Rod & Reel & Cap
Herring (yellow eyed mullet) – Okuma Rod & Reel & Cap
Parrotfish (banded or scarlet) – Okuma Rod & Reel & Cap

Jarvis Walker Canoe and kayak section
Best scale fish – Wettie suit & Cap & Scale

Fin Nor Ladies section
Best scale fish – Alana Estate 6 pack & Black magic Cap & Scale

Shimano Junior section
Best scale fish – Tackle box, Scale, Cap & NZ Fishing News 12 Mths

Double Glazing Guys Hard Luck Prizes

Kiwi Sizzler Best Photo Section

Heaps of Spot prizes

SPONSORS
Thank you to these fine companies. They are all run by keen fishermen who are happy to support the Wellington fishing competition.
Please support them next time you are considering a purchase.
Section sponsors
Recon Security – Blair and his team at Recon Security provide commercial security services including professional security alarm, alarm monitoring and security guards throughout Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand.
Tasline braid - Manufactured in NZ and is the braid of choice on our charter boat
Penn - The GTI 320 and 330 level wind combos are best selling rod and reel sets in both shops. At around $150 they are one of the best value, long lasting sets you can buy. The spin fish Reels are just reliable and been industry standard for years.
Shimano - For lever drags it’s hard to go past the TLD 15, 25 and 30 2 speeds for catching big fish. Who hasn’t got a Bait runner another standard setter and must for all anglers
Diawa, Fin Nor & Jarvis Walker- Three of the best brands of Rods & Reels around with the covering beginner to Hardcore. Reliable, well made and simply one to be proud to own.
Southern Bait - We distribute these products throughout Wgtn.
Gasworks- Great venue, fantastic Food & drinks. Managed by Wellington's leading and fastest growing hospitality group, Wellington Hospitality Group. With 19 bars, restaurants function spaces and hospitality venues throughout Wellington.
Standard Sponsors
Nacsan - NZ makers of gaffs, nets, beach spikes, whitebait nets. Good quality
Daiwa & Mustad - two of the most trusted tackle brands in the world. Tough and good quality
Decoro - we use their hooks and swivels on the charter boat.
Kilwell - one of the oldest, most trusted fishing brands in NZ. They import Tica reels which have been one of the most reliable reels we have used on the charter boat
Bite Fishing - For Craypots, Bite jigs and rigs, long lines. Good quality products
Alana Estate - is a boutique winery, situated in the heart of the Martinborough township. Owned by Mike Cornish and his family, much of the vineyard work is undertaken by them and they have a strong input in the day to day running of the business. Mike has been involved in the wine industry since the early 90s and has immense passion for the industry
Baseline Printing - Contact Graeme Thompson for all your printing needs, top bloke, keen fisherman. Based in Lower Hutt. Ph 021 2441441
Catch Fishing – Get your Mojo with their great range of Freestyle Kabura, Betabug, Squidwings, Micro jigs, Kingfish Lures, fishing tools and Catch Rods
Composite Developments – CD Fly rods of the elite and the Okuma Rods & Reels becoming a market leader.
NZ Fishing & Leisure – The home of Kiwi Sizzler - I have two of these BBQs, they are excellent for fishing and camping with a great range of rigs and Anglers mate tools.
Jiggle Jigs & Lures - Huge range of quality products
Black Magic – Flasher rigs and equalizer gimbals/harness’s – world leaders
Victory Knives – Our Knife or Choice, well made and lots of styles to choose from
JIG Ice – The one we stock in our Bait freezers, grab some salted ice at your Servo or supermarket or our two Shops
NZ Fishing News – The best fishing read in NZ

WEIGH INS - At both Seaview & Rongotai shops 4-5pm Friday and Saturday, 3-4pm Sunday

PRIZEGIVING - At Gasworks Miramar restaurant - bar 6-8pm Sunday. 11 Tauhinu Rd.
Eat or Drink Friday to Sunday and be in to win a Wellington Hospitality $100 voucher each night

Gasworks Special Eat & Drinks deals all weekend for Fishing Entrants:
Friday Fish & Chip & Drink Saturday Steak meal & Drink Sunday Burger meal & Drink
** Complementary nibbles from the BBQ on Sunday with refreshment purchase **

TIDES
Wgtn (Wellington Harbour)
Frid 16th low 4.01 am, high 9.54 am, low 3.59 pm. Tide Change 0.7 to 1.6 meter
Sat 17th low 4.41 am, high 10.37 am, low 4.43 pm tide Change 0.7 to 1.6 meter
Sun 18th low 5.21 am, high 11.22 am, low 5.30 pm tide Change 0.6 to 1.6 meter
**Karori 2hrs early, Cape Palliser add approx 10 mins

Mana (Karehana Bay)
Frid 16th low 7.50 am, high 2.05 pm, low 8.06 pm tide Change 0.6 to 1.5meter
Sat 17th low 8.42 am, high 2.59 pm, low 9.02 pm Change 0.6 to 1.4 meter
Sun 12th low 9.39 am, high 3.59 pm Change 0.6 to 1.4 meter
**Makara less approx 28mins, Paraparaumu Beach approx 6 mins, Fishermans less approx 1.15hour.

On the west coast the tide runs south on the outgoing and north on the incoming. Makara can be an hour early, the Wiaraka rise can be an hour late, and Fisherman’s can be 2 hours early. South end of Mana on the 50mtr mark can be slack at mid tide.

On the south coast the outgoing runs west and incoming runs east, island bay to Karori is normally 2 hours early. Be careful with wind against tide especially around Sinclair hear to Karori and around Baring head

MOON – 3rd¼ on the 16th of June - small tides

RULES

1. The Competition will run 5am Friday 16th June to 3pm Sunday 18th June 2017. All fish must be caught on rod and reel, or hand line. No unattended lines permitted. 2 hooks per rig and 2 rods per angler permitted to be fished at any one time. Anglers must bring there own fish to the shore/boat un-aided unless in the kids section.

2. Juniors, kids and ladies must be entered in the shore or boat section to be eligible for prizes in those sections

3. Fishing may be done off the shore, rocks, boat or kayak.

4. Fishing area – Castlepoint to Cape Palliser and along the south coast to Cape Terawhiti, inside Wellington harbour and up to 10 miles offshore. Cape Terawhiti up to Tehoro beach (on the west). Excluding the cook strait cable zone and marine reserves

5. Skippers of boats must check in with Pete Lamb Fishing prior to starting fishing, and must check out upon returning from the days fishing. As a mandatory requirement all boats must carry an operable VHF radio, 1 flare and lifejacket per person, first aid kit and cellphone. VHF radio in kayak is optional.

6. Weighins - Friday 4-5pm, Saturday 4-5pm, Sunday 3-4pm @ Pete's Shops. All fish must be left whole (no gutting) and be in good condition (kept on ice).

7. The Competition briefing and updates will be posted on www.petelambfishing.co.nz and on Pete Lamb Fishing's Facebook page

8. Boating can be dangerous and potentially life threatening. Skippers are responsible for ensuring the safety of their own boats, crew and boating equipment. All entrants, boat owners and spectators participate at their own risk. Pete Lamb Fishing Ltd, its employees, sponsors and volunteers (together "the organizers") accept no responsibility in any respect for personal injury, loss or damage to property arising out of or in connection with the Competition, regardless of cause. Each entrant releases the organizers to the fullest extent permitted by law from all claims or demands of any kind and from all liability which may arise in respect of any incident associated with the Competition. Each entrant also agrees not to bring any action, claim or demand against the organizers in respect of the Competition and agrees to indemnify the organizers for all the costs, claims, demands, expenses (including full legal expenses) arising in respect of their participation in the Competition. The holding of the Competition does not constitute an endorsement by the organizers that the weather or sea conditions are suitable for the boats and/or entrants.

9. The Competition is held in the spirit of amateur fishing and fair competition. If, in the opinion of the Fishing Competition Committee, competitors have breached the spirit of the Competition then the Committee reserves the right to exclude competitor(s). The Fishing Competition Committee's decision is final.

10. Prize list may change on the Fishing Committee's decision.

11. The Fishing Competition Committee reserves the right to designate a restricted fishing area should the weather deem it necessary to do so. The Fishing Competition Committee's decision is final in all matters to do with this fishing competition. It would pay to check prior to the days fishing if there are any restrictions in place.

12. Cancellation of fishing will be on www.petelambfishing.co.nz and on Pete's Facebook page. If all days are cancelled then the competition will be rescheduled to the next available weekend.

13. Any prizes not struck will be drawn out of the hat.

14. Anglers may only weighin one fish per specie, per day

15. In the event of a tie the 1st angler weighing in wins

16. One fish is only eligible for one prize

 
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