Here are some pics of fishes we caught from Empangan Air Kuning.
Modest catches. Point to note is that Pacu (Pa-Koo) are very spirited fighters no matter what size they are. We were joined by an online buddy too called KL Ng. We should have a chat again Ng if you appear next time!
A Selat fish. To all our friends with very rhotic accents it is similar to the word “slut”
I would like to apologise in wrongly specifying a species. I am extremely sorry and embarassed about this. Shows that i have along way more to go!
According to one of my commentators this is a tongsan or big head carp. apologies again!
Here are some other pics of fishes in FIsh Valley.
Carp for the pot.
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!
Angler: One old ah pek.
Small but crafty bugger. Was fighting even in the bag.
According to the ah pek that caught him there are bigger ones in all around the lake.
Similar things were mentioned by a few elderly gentlemen around the lake.
Some of these catches are not mine. I take my cam with me to every location and snap what the local anglers there land.
What i would really enjoy is if you guys were to share your catches with me. If you have any catches you are really proud of. Send me a link or an email to:
Do make sure to smile and send me your best shots.
red clawed crawfish
I have done a look up on the net thanks to a lead given by Caesar and apparently these crayfishes are introduced species that breed very fast.
Do read the link.
Last Friday’s trip to the crocodile farm an Angling buddy of mine Caesar joined me. Being a seasoned angler our friend managed to snag one of these despite our short visit there.
Go Caesar! Continue reading
Here’s my catch from yesterday evening’s casting session in Taman Aman. I practice my casting there in the evenings and i have come up with a plan of not going home empty handed anymore.
So while I’m casting for haruan, peacock or a toman. I’ll normally set up a net for some prawns. I think its in season now. I got four good sized ones which are in my tank now.
Do join me there if you can!