Eastern Courier : February 11th 2011
6 EASTERN COURIER, FEBRUARY 11, 2011 NEWS Our friendly team of exercise scientists are down-to-earth and have the expertise and experience to show you how to get great results quickly. We offer ﬂexible memberships without joining fees, including personal training, individualised programmes and classes for all levels of ﬁtness. Come in and join our Abs, Buns n Thighs class, jump into the Circuit Training class or kick and punch your way into ﬁtness. We also have Bootcamps, Zumba , Pilates, precision training and yoga classes starting from the 14th February. Free and convenient parking is provided at our T maki Innovation Campus, Merton Road, Glen Innes. Join up before 28 February 2011 and pay only $499 for a 12 month membership (normally $645 -- No joining fees!) For further details please call us on (09) 521 1210 ext 1 or email email@example.com Please visit www.clinics.auckland.ac.nz for more information about our services. Exercise with our friendly experts EVERY SATURDAY 6PM -- MIDNIGHT 200 Amazing stalls • Food, Fashion, Fun 50 Authentic food stalls cooking up tasty "street snacks" and delicacies from around the world Free live entertainment. (All weather fully undercover) Phone 09 576 5223 or 027 689 9520 www.aucklandnightmarket.co.nz Pay rise first act Ratifying a $2000 sal- ary increase for mem- bers will be one of the Howick Local Board s first acts in 2011. The extra funds were to recognise ad- ditional responsibili- ties in the board struc- ture. Instead the funds will be divided equally. In a December 16 letter to the Remuner- ation Authority, chair- man Michael Williams said the formal de- cision was made by himself and deputy chairman Adele White under delegated auth- ority. SHOW US YOUR CATCH Each week the best catch will WIN a camping lantern. The winner will be selected by random draw. The winner's name will be published on this page each week. Don't forget to include your address and contact details on your photo/s and emails so we can contact you. WIN www.topcatch.co.nz www.topcatch.co.nz www.topcatch.co.nz Half Moon Bay Marina p 534 9083 e firstname.lastname@example.org WIN a Camping Lantern from... Email your TOP CATCH to email@example.com Camping Lantern A great weekend and good snapper about Hefty haul: Leon Watkins with the snapper he caught at Port Douglas. Good catch: Deborah Tudman with the snapper caught at Kawakawa Bay. Miles of smiles: Brenna Tudman of Howick is thrilled with her snapper caught off the rocks at Kawakawa Bay. The weather was fantastic over the weekend which made a nice change after the past two weeks. It was great to see so many boats on the water with most catching plenty of snapper, and plenty of a good size. There were lots of 3kg-plus snapper caught. The fishing has been reliable off Crusoe Rock from 20 metres in to shallower and the best baits have been straylined baby bonito, whole or half, which have accounted for snapper to 6kg. This is a really tough bait so the smaller ones can have a chew on it but there is still something there when Mr Big comes along. A good berley trail is very important to attract fish to your baits and to hold them there. There have been good snapper at Park Pt, once again boats anchored using berley and bait have done the best here. The Motihe Channel is still fishing brilliantly with softbaits, baits and slow jigs all working. Change of light is best but the middle of the day has worked too. For those with bigger boats, snapper fishing at 40 metres has been the best in living memory. So many schools of baitfish are being attacked that the snapper are just cruising along the bottom picking up all the scraps coming from the carnage on the surface. Slow jigs, Cyclops rigs, bait and softbaits are all working, with probably the Daiwa pirates jig the star performer. They look like a fish chasing a squid and are deadly under work-ups. -- Joe from Top Catch.
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