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Update from Tofo

The wind finally backed off yesterday…the ocean is smooth and clear today. Although the wind does not stop the divers – reports of a 6m Manta Ray, loads of huge Humpbacks and calves and the usual seasonal abundance of dolphin from last week came in.
Some bigger size couta, and some fat prodigal son/cobia and the odd bigger yellowfin in the 20 to 30kg were to be seen in the market, along with some quality bottom fish.
The water should warm up and get cleaner now.
An observation we have made – for the last 2 months or more, not one of us has seen or heard from the bonnies. They have just disappeared completely. Luckily the 5kg yellowfin are in abundance and make a real good bait…just a bit big for the couta!


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