Lower Seletar Legal

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Lower Seletar Legal

Post by Ultra_noob » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:36 pm

Hi its me again...

Im gg to lure at LSR but not so sure which legal area better(theres the jetty and mrt track and 1 more?).Alr ask around but the only answer i keep getting is depends and i cant go to my secret spots cos my sis oso gg.Any recommendations which legal area to fish cos the competition very fierce at the jetty when the baiters are arnd.im gg first light and target is pb and snakehead family.

Many thanks in advance.

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Re: Lower Seletar Legal

Post by Peace » Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:08 pm

I've lost touch with freshwater fishing, I'm quite surprised to find out that the mrt track and the stretch along seletar club road are now designated fishing areas. The MRT track side used to produce good results with PBs when it was still illegal to fish at, I think it's still worth a try.

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Re: Lower Seletar Legal

Post by Icylines » Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:19 pm

I don't know but ppl say gg pandan reservoir not sure though only do sw fishing
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Re: Lower Seletar Legal

Post by Ultra_noob » Sat Dec 13, 2014 11:03 pm

Thanks.oh yeah the ripples and swirls in the water are caused by fish right?and which types of lures should i use for different conditions?

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Re: Lower Seletar Legal

Post by Peace » Sun Dec 14, 2014 7:56 pm

Most ripples are caused by fish but many aren't the fish you think they are. ;) Those big gentle ripples are usually catfish while the small and sharp ones could be small gouramis or other small barbs. Snakeheads, especially haruan often surface for air but it's usually a slow and quiet surface break. I'm not really good in the luring department but in the early morning I like to use topwater lures when the water is calm, it really makes the lure stand out. Plus it's really exciting to see a fish hit a topwater lure. :P

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