At the roundabout that is before the Subang Airport take a 3 o’clock folks. From there drive till there is a mosque on our right and then turn left into what would look like a slip road. Keep going down that road till you come to an International school.
The shooting range is behind that school. Do not drive into the shooting range. Take the road that turns left in front of it and wallah!
This place would have seem to be a place that supplied water to the rubber estates and still does. Has got a natural source of water flowing in from a river at edge of it.
This place is quite isolated folks. So not many anglers around. However the pesky net fishermen are here. There was one belligerent chap who was trashing all the fish away into his net. Greedy fellow!
We were quite glad we did not start here folks. Thanks to the adventure bug we ventured in deeper beyond the confines of the tarmac onto the laterite roads of the rubber estate. Our foray proved to be fruitful. We were blessed with an amazing pond (or canal more like it). Of all the spots in that big body of water we found a marsh with clear waters and thriving with haruan. There’s a lot of juveniles here. In this spot here I also enjoyed a good strike on my mazzy frog lure.
Folks they’re all over the place here. Have some frogs handy!
There were some very lucky anglers who were catching tilapia. They were doing this from the water gushing out of the storm drain. Some good results with worms as bait.
Folks if not for the bad weather and the greedy people casting their huge nets this place would be very good to fish in! has got bug open spaces for bait casting. The waters here is also not very intense so u can do some light kayaking.
I would like to go and catch haruan here again. I’ve been thinking a bit about its soft flesh that tastes like chicken.
PS. Has anyone reported to the authorities about illegal fishing in ponds? How do u go about it?