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by Peace
Sun Jul 09, 2023 1:30 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: [Freshwater] Giant Snakehead
Replies: 24
Views: 25267

Re: [Freshwater] Giant Snakehead

I used to get good results with topwater lures when going for Tomans. Woodchopper lures, poppers or any lures that produces lots of splashing and vibrations are good choices. Works especially well when the water is calm.
by Peace
Sat Apr 08, 2023 11:34 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Longhead Grunt
Replies: 8
Views: 13494

Re: Longhead Grunt

Hi Sushildhuri, do you have a photo of the fish?
by Peace
Tue Mar 14, 2023 9:20 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Largetooth Flounder
Replies: 8
Views: 11092

Re: Largetooth Flounder

I've caught them at Labrador and Bedok Jetty before if that helps. Other than that I most catch them during my offshore trips, particularly in shallow sandy spots.
by Peace
Fri Mar 03, 2023 6:16 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Largetooth Flounder
Replies: 8
Views: 11092

Re: Largetooth Flounder

You certainly can, I've caught them on live prawns before.
by Peace
Sun Feb 12, 2023 9:01 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Largetooth Flounder
Replies: 8
Views: 11092

Re: Largetooth Flounder

You can certainly use a circle hook to catch one, just remember not to set the hook when it bites. Let it turn and run on its own and gradually retrieve your line back.
by Peace
Sun Feb 12, 2023 8:59 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Malabar Grouper
Replies: 20
Views: 19900

Re: Malabar Grouper

MSP has a long stretch of breakwaters, perfect for grouper fishing. I have caught a few from there as well.
by Peace
Sun Jan 29, 2023 9:18 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Malabar Grouper
Replies: 20
Views: 19900

Re: Malabar Grouper

As far as I know, no. Personally, I can't tell the difference in meat quality. It's usually believed, especially by Chinese, that red(orange) colour fish is of better quality than black ones. :lol:
by Peace
Sun Jan 29, 2023 9:15 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: [Freshwater] Walking Catfish
Replies: 44
Views: 25874

Re: [Freshwater] Walking Catfish

It's generally more of your own preference for tackles. But if your lure is very light, it might be easier to cast with a spinning setup.
by Peace
Mon Jan 16, 2023 12:00 pm
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Malabar Grouper
Replies: 20
Views: 19900

Re: Malabar Grouper

As with other edible fishes, it's really up to the angler's choice. For me, I would take home a grouper of decent size any day.
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:44 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Motoro Stingray
Replies: 4
Views: 6491

Re: Motoro Stingray

I'm not too sure about that but they're not the most agile fish to go after a fast moving lure, though I won't rule out someone foul hooking on one.
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:41 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Leopard Whipray
Replies: 8
Views: 16060

Re: Leopard Whipray

If you're into surf, you can try your luck for one at Bedok Jetty. I believe someone landed a pretty big one there before. Other than that, night boat fishing is an alternative.
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:40 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Bluespotted Ribbontail Ray
Replies: 8
Views: 16485

Re: Bluespotted Ribbontail Ray

Like any other rays, they aren't fussy eaters and any bottom rigs will do. They aren't as common as brown rays so it might take some patience to encounter one.
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:37 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Bluespotted Stingray
Replies: 4
Views: 9662

Re: Bluespotted Stingray

Anglers surf fishing along East coast - Changi beaches will catch one every now and then. Takes patience and lots of luck!
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:35 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Common Ponyfish
Replies: 2
Views: 7451

Re: Common Ponyfish

Todak will take any small fish, especially when they're still alive. Ponyfishes are actually good eating fish but many species are too small in size.
by Peace
Thu Jan 05, 2023 11:33 am
Forum: Project: What The Fish (W.T.F.)
Topic: Brown Stingray
Replies: 5
Views: 11861

Re: Brown Stingray

I think this is one my mis-ided ray. These should be a small size species of ray and are common in our waters. They're particularly common in our northern straits, ie. Punggol to Changi area. A simple apollo rig or a long trace bottom feeder rig with fish, prawns or squids as bait will do.