As I review the Photos from Jay's trip it strikes me once again what an amazing situation we have here in NZ. The fact that we struck a week where the kingfish were "off the bite " as good friend and great angler Craig Worthington has just commented "sometimes they just do that". It would … Continue reading Kings on the flats and other strange behaviour
Jay Murakoshi heard rumour last year we had been catching kingfish in shallow water with a fly pattern he had developed, the idea of yellowtail kingfish (amberjack) on the flats was enough for Jay and 3 good buddies to make the long trip down under to see for themselves. Anchovy schools arrived in force in … Continue reading Jay’s “wig hair” bait fish fly
George is no stranger to NZ fly fishing , his work has provided an excuse to visit from USA every year. He was part of the first Collingwood Kingfish with Anton Donaldson and prior to our charter he had been catching Kahawai, Kingfish and skip jack tuna from a Kayak in the far north.What I … Continue reading “Do Nothing”
Join Jay and SaltFlyFish for a fly tying demonstration. Jay will talk about his flies and how his ‘wighair’ bait fish fly brought him to NZ. Jay Murakoshi has been a commercial fly tier for 41 years during which time his fly patterns have appeared in countless publications and been demonstrated to thousands of people across … Continue reading Fly Tying Demonstration with Jay Murakoshi, Waiheke Island Sat 25th March 5pm
I thought I would take a moment and tell you are few things about SaltFlyFish.We are Auckland's first and only dedicated fly fishing charter operation. I am guide and skipper on board our custom designed boat.We are fully certified and approved by Maritime New Zealand and operate within all requirements of our safety plan. I … Continue reading saltflyfish
Leroy happened into "Totally Fly" a leading fly store in Auckland with an inquiry for a local saltwater charter.A call was made and I happened to be available the following day.Leroy just thought the 35minute ferry to Waiheke the next morning and fishing within 5 minutes of leaving the dock was all to easy, the … Continue reading Any chance?