Snapper are New Zealand's most prized fish. They are the fish fishermen love-to-love. They live in a wide range of habitats in New Zealand's warmer coastal waters, around the North Island and the top of the South, and prefer depths of 5–60 metres. They grow to adecent size: up to 105 cm in length.
Heaviest Snapper in March;
1.49kg caught by Charlotte Speed.