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  • New Zealand Saltwater Fishing, Sea Fishing New Zealand

    …midwater and usually offshore, best fishing from November to March. Hammerhead shark - regularly enters New Zealand's northern waters in summer. Other sharks such as bronze whalers and tiger can also be caught. Mako shark - ranges from north to the bottom of the South Island but most abundant in the…

  • Mangonui Regional Information New Zealand

    …of a fascinating legend that leads one unlock even more Maori myths and legends. The Mangonui means "big shark" a reference to the mythological taniwha who in the form of a shark accompanied the canoe Riukaramea into the harbour. Mangonui stares into the breath taking Doubtless Bay. It was…

  • Mangonui History Information New Zealand

    …change their shape and move between different forms. Some taniwha took the shape of sharks and it is after this that Mangonui is named. Mangonui is named after a guardian taniwha who in the form of a giant shark accompanied the canoe Riukaramea into the harbour. Early History Originally Mangonui…

  • Archived New Zealand Events 2007, Events Festivals Shows New Zealand

    …Maori Kai Festival Maori food festival offering a wide variety of food ranging from the unusual to the everyday. Last year, visitors sampled shark liver sausages and mutton bird, as well as old favourites paua, hangi and fresh tuna... (more) * Speight's Coast to Coast Multisport Race 2007…

  • Hokitika Wildfoods Festival, Events Festivals Shows New Zealand

    …dishes, wallaby, kangaroo, wild berry treats, home made pavlova, buffalo, roast boar, venison, emu, huhu grubs, snails, raw fish, crayfish, marlin, shark penis and eel. Entertainment Even Hokitika wild foods and beverages would be somewhat lacking without appropriate festival entertainment. The…

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