Caught! feat. Malaysian Method Feeder exponent Mr. Nafeez Khaursar

Method feeder method. Has a nice ring to it. A serious yet exciting way to angle for fish. Mr. Nafeez demonstrated possibly the finest form a exponent can display at anytime. I am proud to say that I have met him and he’s Malaysian. Folks keeps your ears open this sport is something to check out.

Lets look at the results.

(Please take note that i was sitting next to this man for 2 hours only!)

A lampam this big!

A lampam this big!

 

Gem of a tilapia

Gem of a tilapia

crossbred fish.

crossbred fish.

 

Tilapia 2

Tilapia 2

Smaller lampam

Smaller lampam

“Method feeding” requires the use of a feeder and a really small hook. This is all wielded with a 13 foot special built rod called a method feeder rod (not available in Malaysia).

There was a miss from this whole afternoon. A world first perhaps. The first time an angler has had an Arapaima on the end of the line fishing using international competition rules.

Sadly the arapaima got away. A fight like no other still. 20lb line with 10lb leader.

Sadly the arapaima got away. A fight like no other still. 20lb line with 10lb leader.

If you would like to get to know this beautiful skill. Join the group:

Coarse Fishing Malaysia

I walked away very impressed and I will be going for more trips with my friend Nafeez.

 

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One thought on “Caught! feat. Malaysian Method Feeder exponent Mr. Nafeez Khaursar

  1. Nafeez Khaursar

    Thank you for the write up and beautiful pictures . indeed it was a a good day , having met you foremost and having that Arapaima at the end of the line . Keep the blog coming mate !

    Reply

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