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Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:31 pm

going on a trip to sedili on the 26 to 27, wonder what kind of tackle and fishes can get from there. ANyone can provide some insight?

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Re: Sedili

Post by stout infantfish » Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:06 pm

Simple,type sedili fishing at yahoo or google it and you can see what fishes that can be caught there.Basically,you can get Ikan Cherimin,spanish mackerel, breams or snapper there.As this will be an off shore fishing,bring along your apollo rigs and boat rods, a light tacke if you want to jig for kembong.But pre warned,water there is a little rough this season,bring along sea sick pills if necessary.Ask your boatman for his advised on what bait to be used as they are the expert.Most of all,goodluck and happy fishing.May you bring back some photographs to share with us at handline fishing.Cheers :nod:

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Sun Mar 18, 2012 9:27 pm

If you're doing bottom fishing, I would prepare some strong fc leader and hooks that can deal with big tuskfish. (Hopefully, there are still some around :p ) You may also want to to bring some heavy wire leader if you're interested to hook up some barracudas in the night. stout infantfish has some good tips. ;)

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:49 pm

orh... thk u... duno wad fish can be hooked up by me this rough season.. worst of all duno wad kind of boat... if those wooden bumboat... i sian liao

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:01 pm

You should talk to your organizer, he probably can give you more accurate information regards to your queries. From what dBs tells me, those run-down boats are the better ones. They're commercial fisherman and knows very well where the fishes are, unlike those that are just taking you for a ride. :shocked:

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:01 pm

the organiser aso no head no tail, someone arrange... he jus nivite me... i dun mind the run down boat but my old frn cant... ( he wu lui lang mus b in comfort de) lol.
i wana get COBIA... i dun care i wan COBIA... i wan gaint grouper... at least 30KG..

i bringing my accurate 870.... my calstar PE3-80 ... to whack the gaint grouper... wahahahaha I DUN CARE I WAN THIS 2 fish wahahah i know i m dreaming :x

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:14 pm

Then you better get your organizer to find out, you don't want your friend to get a nasty surprise when he reaches there. That tackle of yours will take on any fish there, so don't worry. As stout infantfish said, you might want to bring along a light rod for catching baitfish or even squids. ;)

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:21 pm

i trust my frn... anyway... i dun mind getting dirty.. but my frn is kinda of old, i waan make him as cofortable as possible... light tackle as in? i .... very kiasu de... i dun trust light set up... i dun like to play wif fish, ....it force against force hence my set up. i am bring along a another 3-6 rod and a abu sweden 10000CL ( old series) jus bought from another old an... but i abit regret :(

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:38 pm

Well you can use a PE3-6 to jig but it's heavy to use for such purpose. Anyway, good luck on your fishing trip!

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:05 pm

ya lor lol... see how lazy to get other rod :( it getting more expensive for fishing nowaday

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:19 pm

btw wad the ideal light set up for sedili?

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Tue Mar 20, 2012 7:42 pm

Something along the lines of PE1-2 will do, plus you can do some micro jigging with it. :p

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:54 am

Actually, i not very sure wad jigging or light tackle... :x

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Re: Sedili

Post by Peace » Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:54 pm

Jigging can mean differently depending on who you talk to. For your sedili trip, you can jig for scads or mackerels using those feathered hooks usually in a string of 7 hooks. The other type of jigging uses metal jigs (usually made from lead that looks like a fish) to catch bigger fish. Light tackle simply means a rod and reel setup that uses a lighter lines that are typically used for fishing smaller fishes.

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Re: Sedili

Post by Streetmonkey » Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:28 am

roger roger.. thk u peace... i miss alley cat .

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