Tips for Bedok jetty

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Re: Tips for Bedok jetty

Post by gohyuheng » Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:40 pm

Commando_YR_Chin wrote:Hi guys im a newbie here... any idea where to get cheap and good surfcasting tackle? i just started fishing at Bedok Jetty, cause i heard got big fishes... :)
Hey there! The tackles at Changi Village will probably be the cheapest around. Bedok jetty is a good place to start, you should jig for tambans too it can be great fun and good bait supply for larger fish.
I wanna catch a big fish~~~~

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Re: Tips for Bedok jetty

Post by Commando_YR_Chin » Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:09 pm

Ok thanks for recomendation! will check the place out! :) :thumbsup:
Fishing is #AWESOME!!! :thumbsup: :D :fish: :fish2:

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Fishing interest: Msg me if ya need live prawns i know where to get them and they are cheap,I also fish around changi village, bedok reservoir and bedok jetty

Re: Tips for Bedok jetty

Post by Liv » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:31 pm

You don't have to use top gear for tamban fishing at bedok jetty if your willing to get big or normal sized fish go to changi village there will be a shop call riverland tackle shop,they sell live prawns and beach worms,beach worms are awesome baits for small fishes,also use a size 3 or 4 sabiki rig,you can buy it from they same shop
(Live prawns;$3.50 for 100grams,beach worm:$2.00,sabiki rig:$1.50-3.00,depends on the size of hooks)

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