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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Vidic » Mon Nov 14, 2011 6:56 pm

Bling meeeeeeeee gooooo ~!~!~ :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by dBs™ » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:42 pm

200907 wrote:hey i would like to ask what rig u guys using? and what size of hook ? i want to try boat fishing .
We usually play running rig ... you need a "gadget" like the blue bead tamban is holding in the below pic :

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Selling at Changi pro ... ask the sales to show you how to rig it.
I am sure they will be more than happy to show you =)


For offshore, LSBF or Apollo rig works fine.

LSBF : http://www.handlinefishing.com/howtofis ... rigs/lsbf/

Apollo : http://www.handlinefishing.com/howtofis ... gs/apollo/


Hook size, go for 2/0 - 5/0 depending on where you fish.
For Changi waters, you can go for 2/0 or 3/0.

There is a lot more to just what rig and what hook size ...
The best way to start off ... tag along a trip and learn from the regulars.
All you need is a set of offshore rod and reel and you are good to go ~ :clover:


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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by dBs™ » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:44 pm

Vidic wrote:Bling meeeeeeeee gooooo ~!~!~ :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
2012 !!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

All slots fully book ... Changi or Southern same ! hahaha
Can hang up your tackles and wait for open port 2012 ~ :yay:


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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by 200907 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:42 pm

i have an ajn 5.6" with ajking hypermetal 1000.. is it suitable for boat fishing?

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Post by ilurbtambans » Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:20 pm

I would suggest a pe1-3 or 2-4 rod paired with a size 4k reel for starters. Your 1000 reel is too small, in case of sangkot, u will still have enough lines to play with, as for the rod, u need to tahan siZe 4-10 for change waters

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by dBs™ » Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:38 pm

Hmmm ... interesting reel ...

Just wondering if this is the one :

http://hypermetal.blogspot.com/2010/10/ ... iking.html

Without looking at the reel specs ... simply looking at reel size 1000 ... it will be a straight no.
But after looking at the specs ... it might just be able to make it for offshore use.
What we usually afraid of is insufficient line, a small spool will spell into less line.

Generally, reel size of 3000 or higher can be used for offshore fishing.
If you are good and looking for thrill fishing, you can try 2500 size reel.
That's the lowest you can go for local offshore.
Can be a little challenging if you hit Southern shore with it.


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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Peace » Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:27 pm

If you're not sure if the reel can be used in certain waters, try loading the setup with different sized sinkers. See what's the maximum size sinker you can comfortably crank up and you can roughly know what type of water it is suitable for.

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by 200907 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:05 pm

yea , thats my reel ...so is my rod suitable? i planning of buying Stradic CI4 2500.saw the price $345 ...

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Newguy » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:54 pm

OK pros and bros out there u got any boatmen that can contain a num of 2 to 4 men on it and hv a shelter as i wanna try boat fishing for the 1st tyme...

As oso i dont wanna trouble the regulars boat fishing kaki so was think 4 a hard way learning myself on boat fishing...

Consideration:

-: 2 to 4 men
-:shelter
-:pricing not more than $300
-:morning shift(morning fishing probably ard 9am-6pm)

Thanks a lot guys!!!
Sorry to confuse u coz I'm still new to this sport...

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Peace » Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:24 pm

For first time, it's better to join a group that are experienced in boat fishing. You can learn faster and avoid costly mistakes with someone guiding you. If you're eager to fish soon, you can try fishingkaki "kakis looking for kakis" section for open slots.

If you really do prefer to charter a boat yourself, try Ah Chong from Changi. His boat is nothing glamourous but he's quite reputable and his charter cost less than 300 dollars. You can look up his contact in the fishing charter directory.

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Post by Newguy » Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:27 pm

Ok thanks Peace for the info so i think i might as well wait for dbs to bring me along for boat fishing...

Dont forget me dbs for 2012 Boat Fishing will be waiting for ure info...

Thanks a lot Pros and Bros...
Sorry to confuse u coz I'm still new to this sport...

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by rookie » Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:57 pm

Newguy wrote:Ok thanks Peace for the info so i think i might as well wait for dbs to bring me along for boat fishing...

Dont forget me dbs for 2012 Boat Fishing will be waiting for ure info...

Thanks a lot Pros and Bros...
bro, pls bring along ear plug if u go with dbs...

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Peace » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:14 pm

200907 wrote:yea , thats my reel ...so is my rod suitable? i planning of buying Stradic CI4 2500.saw the price $345 ...
What's the specs on your ajn rod? Shimano 2500 is a little small, it's usable during slow current/wind in changi waters but you may find it a little underpowered when you need to crank heavier sinkers at the Southern Islands.

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by 200907 » Sat Nov 19, 2011 8:59 am

my rod specs is.So what reel u guys recommend?

Stealth Carbon X series
scs-561UL
lure 6-15g
line: 8-15lbs

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Re: 南.部.土.产 !

Post by Peace » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:12 am

That rod pairs well with a 2500 reel but they're both a little on the light side. A 10-25lbs rod paired with a shimano 4000 reel will be a better choice. A 20-35lbs setup will have better coverage especially for places where you need to use heavy sinkers.

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