November 29th, 2011
Piggybacking on a crayboat out of Whitianga Harbor. Supposedly re-baiting the cray pots is when the big bull tai snappers show up.
They weren’t kidding. The boss doing his husbandry duty and releasing him back to the females.
This guy did a valiant job of getting back into the water. Those are the risks of thieving those tasty crays right out of their pots, a favorite of the octopus.
Not a bad catch for the day.
September 19th, 2011
with some Tai’s on the side…
June 9th, 2011
We found these in a hidden archive buried deep. The previously elusive seafood bandit had made a resurgence and lucky for us, at just the right time with blue nose and bass in general hard to come by. Don’t worry about those dates though, that fish has long been consumed, we have new freshies in the house. Skin on fillet special going on right now, contact your New Zealand Seafood Sales Rep ASAP. Trumpeter Bass, your new sustainable sea bass alternative.
January 12th, 2011
Getting a bath and a hair cut…