How to land on the rocks - the back anchor systemHow to land on the rocks - the back anchor system. Lots of people ask me how I land on the rocks and anchor my boat without it getting damaged. It's a fairly easy system but it takes a bit of practice to safely get on and off.
I wouldn't recommend using an alloy or wooden boat to access rock spots however inflatables with some rubber glued on the front and plastic boats are better suited for this style of fishing.
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FISHING ACTION - BIG SNAPPER, KAHAWAI TREVALLY AT CAPE KARIKARI NZ.
Epic fishing trip up at Cape Karikari - a crazy hot snapper bite as well as schools of trevally and kahawai, Dolphins, whales flying fish and sun fish also encountered. Awesome day up in the Far North, and it was just day one of our trip.
SNAPPER AND KINGFISH AROUND THE WORK UPS - HAURAKI GULF NZ. Headed up to Tiri-tiri Matangi (Auckland, NZ) area to look for work up action and see if I could get into some topwater kingfish and snapper. I successfully fished a stickbait and then switched from jigs to bait for some good eating sized snapper.
DRONE FISHING ACTION - WEST COAST NZ. Headed out to the West Coast to experiment with a new drone called the Splash drone. The drone is waterproof and able to drag a long line and hooks out into the surf. Beautiful day and amazing part of New Zealand.
FISHING ACTION - WAIHEKE ISLAND SNAPPER.
It was a stunning day out fishing for snapper around Waiheke Island (Auckland, New Zealand). We got a full bag of fish on the soft baits and were done by lunch time.
Fishing the wild west coast, west Auckland. I headed out to the area north of Piha after some easterly patterns to find a gentle swell and promising looking ledges. Spectacular country, went looking for snapper, trevally and gurnard. Took the drone for a fly over the coast.
A mission to Mahurangi and around the Hibiscus coast ended with a good bag of snapper – nice drone shots.
John dory with leek and oyster sauce seafood recipe. John dory are an ugly fish and dont fight very much but they are one of the best tasting fish in the sea.
How to prepare kingfish sashimi with garlic, ginger and soy
This is a delicious way to eat raw kingfish. While not a traditional way of preparing sashimi it is a very good way for first time raw fish eaters to have a go.
Rocking fishing on one of the rock stacks past Rangitoto Island, some snapper action and an interesting trip home.
Fishing the Hibiscus Coast with Mandy Kupenga from the TV show Get Your Fish On for trevally and snapper, awesome drone footage on a blue sky day.
A trip to Channel Island at the top of the Coromandel with snapper and other species caught. A seal and some cool drone footage gives a whole new perspective on this amazing island.
Heli-fishing at Great Barrier – this is certainly an experience for the bucket list. Amazing views and rich rock fishing action make it hard to beat. We came home with snapper and a kingfish that ate my carpenter stickbait. The drone footage came out really well of the rugged rock terrain too.
Rock fishing around Rangitoto with my new drone. Caught a feed of fish and left some skin and blood on the rocks.
Had a good day out fishing around and on Tiri-Matangi Island softbaiting the wash and landing on the rocks. Encountered a pod of Orca in the Tiri channel and had some good action fishing into the evening on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula.
An epic day out on the Kaipara Harbour softbaiting for snapper.
Fishing trip report for the inner Hauraki Gulf, we fished Rangitoto, softbaiting for snapper and kahawai, awesome conditions.
Fishing trip report 27.3.15 Snapper, kingfish and a big bronze whaler shark. LBG, stray lining, live bait.
Temporary Personal Mooring - setting the boat retrieval system.Setting the Temporary Personal Mooring is easy and takes just a few minutes. We use ours for our 7m Hartley Cruiser, as well as our 16' Quintrex . Available online only at
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The Back Anchor SytemWhen we're out on some of the mint ledges around NZ, we anchor the baby stabi using the Back Anchor System. This is a continuous floating rope system that allows us to anchor the boat out away from the rocks and is easy to retrieve when we are ready to depart. It's something that impressed us when were shown it and now we're passing on the info. It's best to use floating rope to avoid the rope sinking and snagging 🙂 Tight Lines!
Pulley anchoring system off a beach explainedHow to use my simple off the beach anchor pulley system. This works a treat at places like Wathumba Creek, Fraser Island for example, where you have 3 to 4 metre tides, lots of current and can get tired of adjusting your anchors every time you want to go ashore or get back onboard. Using my existing 100 metres of rode, this system helps avoids the risk of dragging anchors, your boat being grounded on a falling tide, or having to swim for her on a rising tide! The only word of caution is the risk of other boats running over your longer than usual anchor rodes. (A few floats might help here!) I hope watching this helps - sure works well for me! Cheers
Making a running line for anchoring a boatIn this video Paul and I make a running line for anchoring a boat in shallow or tidal water.
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HOW TO USE AN ANCHOR BALL - Never pull an anchor again ⚓️ Using a polyform buoy | Gale Force TwinsI think we can all agree that pulling an anchor can be hard on the back. ⚓️ Especially when spending a day bottom fishing. Each time you go to another spot that's another anchor pull. 😣 Before you know it you've been to 4 fishing spots and your back is starting to feel the burn! Using a polyform buoy (anchor ball) is a wonderful to pull an anchor without ever actually breaking a sweat! 😅 This method of pulling an anchor is not commonly used as it may seem daunting to new or less experienced boaters. We hope you and your back find this tutorial helpful! 😁
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How To Use Anchor Ball/Buoy EasyWhen I was first in the market for a Anchor Ball/Buoy I checked online and did not see many videos on YouTube of them being used out at sea or in deeper waters. So I made a video myself using mines in about 60 Ft out on Miami's Reef to show how easy it is to use and a must have when fishing deeper waters.
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In this video, captain Cody shows how to retrieve an anchor with anchor buoy attached to an anchor ring. The actor is set in about 400 feet of water. There is 600 feet of anchor chain set out and 75 feet of anchor chain. this would be extremely difficult to pull in by hand. It would also require a powerful windlass anchoring system. The fast and easy way to pull the anchor is with an anchor buoy.
As I mention in the video never tie the anchor line to the middle or back of the boat as the can make the boat flip or get submerged in water and sink. There are stories of this happening so only tie the anchor line near the front for the boat.
When retrieving the anchor drive upwind into the waves. This will make it so one the anchor is retrieved the boat drifts toward the buoy and the line can easily be gathered.
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Anchoring with the Alderney RingUsing the Alderney Ring to retreive an anchor without using a winch or breaking into a sweat. Check out the Trouble-shooting guide page on http://www.boat-angling.co.uk/trouble-shooting-alderney-ring-method/
How to do a Bahamian MooringAre you sailing south and wonder how to do a Bahamian Mooring? The Bahamian moor means setting two anchors off the bow. Its generally used to deal with anchorages in areas with tidal flow such as cuts in the Bahamas. This can be a little daunting for your first time, but we go through it showing all the steps. We anchor our 49 foot sailboat in a cut near Big Major Spot in Exumas Bahamas.
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Anchoring Deploying and Retrieval From Stern of Boat SafelyLearn how to safely and easily deploy and retrieve your anchor from the stern of your boat. This anchoring system uses the safest method of deploying and retrieving the anchor, line and chain from the safety and security of the stern of the vessel. You will learn what you need and how to use this system. If you anchor while fishing and don't have enough room to safely deploy or retrieve your anchor from the bow of your boat, watch this how to anchor video from www.halibutchronicles.com and www.squidlures.com
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Small boat anchoring, with lazy line and Alderney ring retrievalShort video demonstrating anchoring a small boat and retrieval using a lazy line and Alderney ring method.
Small boats - How to use an Alderney Ring and a Dog Rope to anchorI use a dog rope so I can deploy my anchor from the side of my boat, and then pull the anchor warp to the front of the boat, and I also always use an Alderney Ring , to retrieve my anchor. This video shows you how I do this.
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Anchoring 101Taking you through all aspects of anchoring, technique and gear. The theory and the practice, examples of good and bad, it's all in here.
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Storm Tactics & Sea Anchor 2Storm tactics and sea anchor use are discussed by Captain Lee Tucker of the Maryland School of Sailing & Seamanship including actual use during an offshore training cruise from Norfolk to St Thomas
How To Sail: Anchoring How To - Sailing Basics Video SeriesNew to sailing? We created this comprehensive basic sailing video series just for you!
We know how difficult it is to find solid answers to your questions related to sailing fundamentals. As professional sailing instructors, we get it, and since we cover these topics regularly with our students, we knew we could help you too. We created these Learn How To Sail: Sailing Basics videos, to be your ultimate sailing 101 video series. In them, we cover Monohull sailing for beginners from anchoring, to steps for recovering a man overboard, all the way up to perfect sail trim! In this video, we will cover:
Anchoring. This video shows you the steps you should follow to anchor the right way.
00:00 Introduction to anchoring
01:22 What makes a good anchorage? Depth, Good holding, bottom type, shelter from the swell, swing room, lee shore
03:33 Calculating the scope correctly
05:57 Do a lap around the anchorage
06:17 Choose the right position to other boats
06:40 Ready the anchor and windlass
07:00 Drop drop drop
07:41 Put on the snubber or briddle
08:13 Test & set the anchor
09:39 Dive on your anchor, confirm the set
10:00 Relax with a beverage, check your swing and position - set an anchor alarm
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"Anchor Trip Link"A demonstration of a new device for tripping an anchor which has fouled on the sea bed. Also how to attach the Anchor Trip Link
We drive the trailer round to our shared rear drive entrance, drop off the newly detachable front of the trailer and drag it round to the second private entrance. We turn him around, put the tongue back on and reverse him onto the drive! Success! We can see the side...