Monday, June 8, 2015

Three Kings Finish as Good As it Started

Lou with a nice 26kg king
Hi all, well as you read this Enchanter and crew a heading home for a well deserved break after 6 months solid at the Three Kings, and as the tittle states it finished as good as it started with trip after trip the boys getting bent bad on solid kings and monster bass, it was a season to remember that's for sure. Time to reflect on the season and if it's one thing that came though trip after trip was the number of monster fish that just smashed the boys off, rods, reels and tackle got trashed, trip after trip. We kept on saying don't take a knife to a gun fight but that's what happened with many monsters just not being able to be stopped. This place is for HEAVY tackle only don't think for one minute that you can come here and land a monster on light tackle it just won't happen, you will get smoked lose your fish and go home with a story, no one likes a story. If you have a trip booked here next year read this and take note Pe8-pe10  130lb is what you need, that's what i would be fishing on, the kings doesn't take prisoners and you spend a lot of money to get here and the only thing holding you to the fish of a lifetime is your tackle, take it from me as i see it trip after trip. till next time cheers Lance  

Lawrence getting bent Bad 

Lawrence 28kg

Mick 30kg

Miargi 32kg

Z man getting bent

Lou locked in battle

Lou nice at 33kg

Mick's monster 41kg !!!

Miargi hooked up

Miargi 35kg horse

Everyone getting in on the action

Miargi 29kg

Lawrence working hard 

Mick under pressure

Z nice 28kg

Miargi loaded

Mick with another over 30kg

Lou yet again breaks the 30 at 32kg
Chris with this solid 45kg Bass

Mick solid 29kg

Friday, June 5, 2015

Monsters lerk in the depths of the King Bank

Clinton with a 22kg Hapuka
Hi all well our season is nearing the end and it's ending on fire it's going to be hard to go home with such good fishing still happening up here especially the bottom fishing which is second to one at the moment and a group of young keen fallas from Waiuku got to see it first hand this week managing to land some monster bass up to 60kilo's as well as getting absolutely smoked by some even bigger monsters down in the depths of the king bank and its good to know they're still their in numbers for such a slow growing fish. The boy's had some fun on the king fish as well landing them up to 31kg's and all released to catch another day.
Till next time cheers Steve
Rhys testing his gear out

Curley with a nice 23kg King

Different looking seal

Brian Hooked up

Brian's 31kg Hapuka


Curley Hooked up

Simo with a monster bass at 60kg

Hayden's Kingi in the mid twenty's

Hayden testing out his new toy on a big bass

Simo with his Kingi bang on 30kg

Noodle with a nice 27kg King

Curley's 23kg King

Hayden holding up a couple fatty's

When fish attack!!

Curley's 26kg King

Brian getting Railed big time

Brian with a fat 31kg King

Hayden's Bass in the mid forties


Noodle's 27kg King

Brian with another 31kg King

Hayden's 28kg King

Clinton's 28kg King