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pasir ris

Post by gohyuheng » Wed Nov 10, 2010 2:39 pm

hey this coming saturday i gonna go all the way to pasir ris to do some fishing and netting(hand net). so... pasir ris use what bait? there got waht fish? float or lure? what size hook ? pls answer ^^
I wanna catch a big fish~~~~

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Re: pasir ris

Post by Peace » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:55 pm

Do you mean Pasir Ris Beach Park? You can try using dead or live prawns or sarong worms for bottom baiting. Hook size depends on the type and size of fish you're targeting. If you're using a whole prawn, use size 2/0 hook. There are probably sand whitings, croakers, grunters, chermins and catfishes around. You can do some luring while you bait to keep yourself busy. :cool: Good luck fishing.

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Re: pasir ris

Post by sgpu » Thu Nov 11, 2010 6:52 am

i rekindle my fishing interest on the api api bridge catching whitings every weekend. witnessed mackerel, queen fish, kim bak lor, cuda, mangrove jack and sting ray too.

free parking. toilet walking distance less crowded compared to ECP.
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Re: pasir ris

Post by gohyuheng » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:58 pm

WAH REALLY UNLUCKY EH. I GO THERE TWO DAYS FISH THERE OVER NIGHT , USE VERY TINY PRAWNS, NOT A SINGLE FISH, ONLY GOT ALOT OF CRABS =(
I wanna catch a big fish~~~~

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Re: pasir ris

Post by Chatellany » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:29 pm

Learn to enjoy the process, hard work gets paid off.

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Re: pasir ris

Post by noobANGLER » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:19 pm

gohyuheng wrote:hey this coming saturday i gonna go all the way to pasir ris to do some fishing and netting(hand net). so... pasir ris use what bait? there got waht fish? float or lure? what size hook ? pls answer ^^
U may try using live/dead tambans and prawns and u r targetting kbl,u should use live/dead prawns.

If u r targetting cudas, u should use live/dead tambans BUT beware of them snagging ur line and there may be rays 2!!!

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Re: pasir ris

Post by teamilk » Thu Nov 25, 2010 9:41 am

went pasir ris park couple months back...spent about 6 hours there, overnight and got nothing but 2 big rice sacks. haha.....so heavy my rod bend like crazy cos my hook hooked it.......anyway saw a group of uncles there that night, when i was walking around looking for good spots.
uncles caught a kbl, quite a good size.
but they tell me to hook up is not easy. they just kill weekend night time by sitting there drinking kopi, chit chatting. a catch is considered a bonus there.

i'd recommend using live prawns cos the small fishes are crazy biters. even when i used milk fish, reeled up, my milk fish kena biten till dead.

i went there alone so it was quite sad and boring. it's better to go there in a group at least if u need the loo, there's people to look after your belongings. lol....

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Re: pasir ris

Post by Peace » Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:45 pm

I wonder if this has anything to do with the bacteria level in the water which NEA has warned about. The place should logically be an okay spot, there are many fish farms just off the beach. There will be escapees and food that attracts other fishes to come.

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