Rheem Offsite 32

Published on Sep 15, 2022

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Rheem Offsite 32
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A WEEK OF PAIN
A WEEK OF PAIN
Throughout the race, we interviewed competitors about their reasons for doing such an insane race. Some simply wanted to prove to themselves that they could do it; others thrived off the remote country that they would otherwise never visit; while some couldn’t really come up with an answer.
Planting Trees and Saving Kiwi
Planting Trees and Saving Kiwi
A few hundred years ago, millions of kiwi flooded our forests. Despite their tendency to stay hidden, kiwi were unmissable and eventually became the unlikely symbol for an entire nation’s cultural identity.
Colorcote Tradie Profile - BENNY GRIFFITHS
Colorcote Tradie Profile - BENNY GRIFFITHS
I met Benny at Kita Café in Morningside, central-ish Auckland. He wasn’t hard to recognise – Kina Construction merch was on full show and an unmistakable tradie-sized large flat white was already sitting in front of him.
MAKING THE MOST OF SPRING WORKUPS
MAKING THE MOST OF SPRING WORKUPS
Chasing workups can often be an incredibly exciting and rewarding way to catch fish at this time of year. But, like many styles of fishing, it can also sometimes be an expensive and frustrating way to fish. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to maximise your precious time out there while chasing those gannets around.
Chasing Kingfish on the Spear in Winter
Chasing Kingfish on the Spear in Winter
It is generally accepted that the kingfish in NZ largely ‘disappear’ for the winter months. They typically head to an unknown destination to fatten up and count down the days until they can make an appearance on every pinnacle and hotspot in the country during summer.