Folks we will be migrating to our fishmalaysia.com outfit real soon! Our new layout will promise some world class reading.
This is not our destination but the very beginning of our journey!
Thank you for your support so far! We will strive to do better!
First and foremost we would like to welcome Eizzat “Jahat”. Our columnist for the malay language feature section for fishmalaysia.com. Link is the jump:
He is the very first independent contributor in our site and will be posting us with all his endeavors and adventures in various places he will be visiting. An accomplished online writer, Jahat is a contributor towards a few cycling blogs. This would be the fixie kind of cycling. I personally have an admiration for these cyclists as they have such energy and will to cycle wherever their hearts desire to go to. Jahat of course is an accomplished fixie cyclist himself with a huge passion for angling.
Jahat’s Journal represents an antithesis of what is fishing in Malaysia. Something what we here at fishmalaysia.com is striving to be. To bring you down a beaten path and see it in a whole new perspective. To take you to unchartered waters and let you decide the outcome.
Please take this as a sign of things to come. We are striving to create a malaysian online outdoor adventure charter. This should bring hope to the people that there is still a lot to do outdoors.
There is no patronage and we heavily disapprove of such practices. We are you. We hit and we miss just like everyone else. We do and we get better. We work hard. We share what we know. We fish and we love it.
We seek to share the joys of anglers, as we are all one in front of any body of water. Regardless of creed and culture.
Do look out for his next posting. Personally, I have had the pleasure of fishing with him and he is a gung ho angler. We also share a favourite haunt thats being depleted sadly. If we had known any sooner we would run riot at mines.
PS. Jahat’s journal is in Malay. There will be translation provided for this by myself.
Contemplating the future of the online angling scene here in Malaysia we have drafted a layout. Do take note that this is just a rough sketch and there are some elements that are hidden to secure our interests.
Hopefully the final product will be able to serve the initial need of knowledge for anglers.
Whats it going to look like
This weekend was a worthwhile affair. We carried out our midnight mines fishing trip at Sri Kembangan. My good friend and foe the chef snagged himself a trio of peacock bass.
I on the other hand had some action earlier in Paramount park. I came toe to toe with the monster toman in its waters. A good sized monster, was easily a 12 pounder. Unfortunately its sheer fighting instinct got the better of my angling skills. I live to tango with it another day.
Whats in store this week is that, we will be making a reconnaissance trip to the big lakes in Puchong. Hopefully those anglers around the Puchong area can enjoy the sheer size of its lakes.
Fishmalaysia.com would also be starting with a directory of all the lakes available in Malaysia for you to fish at. We will be starting this from the Klang Valley and slowly stretch out to the other towns and cities. Hopefully we will have a concise directory of all the fishing spots in Malaysia for everyone to share.
We here are also planning our Pulau Carey trip soon. The chef would like to tag along, to do this our friend needs to take some time out of work.
Exciting week ahead peeps.