There's too much "level playing field" talk for my liking, and that's been a constant over recent years. Level for who? Level against the guy who'll fish all night, get to his spot early and berley, will survey all the options make an educated choice about where to fish in the conditions, who will walk an hour into his spot? Those options are availabe to everyone who is able bodied and committed to their fishing.
My impressions of the NZACA are that it has an ageing membership and is a long way away from the cutting edge of shore-based fishing in NZ. Attitudes seem to be that it wouldn't consider allowing people to reach spots by IRB or "gift" advantages to quad bike owners at a nats event.
Those are just my views but what do memebrs want the NZACA to be? Maybe its more of a social scene, alot of competitive fishos seem to be drifting away.
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