Tagged: kahawai

Bounty from the ocean - Unsorted

Guest Author Jan 14, 2016

Looking for something tasty on your beach for dinner holiday this summer? NIWA scientists have the lowdown on some of the most mouth-watering fish and seafood that are yours for the taking. Pāua The scientific name for New Zealand’s iconic black-footed pāua captures its shape and iridescent hues perfectly: Haliotis iris means ”ear-shell rainbow”. Paua in their shells Pāua … Read More

Kahawai, the people’s fish - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 13, 2011

The second in a summer series from NIWA… Kahawai are an iconic species for recreational fishers. They are fantastic fighters and are found in most coastal waters, harbours, and estuaries around New Zealand, in both the North Island and South Island. Many New Zealanders will have memories of catching kahawai in the summer with their granddad, in a small boat, … Read More