Rompin Sailfish


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eadwine

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WOW!!! BIG BIG!!!! BIGGGGG FISSSH!!!
 

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nice catches! how's the bottom there? and may i ask which operator?
 

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Originally posted by fastwatch
nice catches! how's the bottom there? and may i ask which operator?
Bottom fishing over there damn bad lor... mostly small fishes. The only one that really can show one is the parrot fish. :( The rest too juvenile and have to let go.

I went with Taka.

Rompin is a place for Sails not for bottom.
 

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Originally posted by Ling Nightsky
wow, what a great catch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but those fishes looks so dangerous... their mouth can like poke yor eyes out like that....
Quite true.. gotta be careful when handling them. Their "sword" is indeed very dangerous.
 

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Originally posted by fusetrips


Bottom fishing over there damn bad lor... mostly small fishes. The only one that really can show one is the parrot fish. :( The rest too juvenile and have to let go.

I went with Taka.

Rompin is a place for Sails not for bottom.
i've abstained from overseas trip for about a year now.....dying to go for one..but i'm waiting to get the S602Z...guess i have to settle for some local ones..just to work the reels
 

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Originally posted by kamwai
wow...big fishes...how they taste like?

and any pic of the fish struggling when it just pulled out of water?
Err... we catch and release lor.
The local use their meat for keropok. Not as a delicacy.

Fish struggling picture I dun think I have. Action too fast lor me unable to capture. :(

Only these fish release pictures.


 

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wld be nice if u had capture the sailfish tailwalking!!

btw i wld be going for my virgin trip to permanggil in july for some sail action too. hope i'll have a good catch too... ;)
 

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My eyeballs almost dropped... :thumbsup:
 

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that you guys practice catch and release. They used to kill every single fish they pulled out irregardless of size.

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Originally posted by ed9119
that you guys practice catch and release. They used to kill every single fish they pulled out irregardless of size.

ed
Well.. they still do it that way... but not by using line but by net instead. :(
 

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Catch and Release :thumbsup:
Catch and eat :confused:
Catch and kill for fun :thumbsd:
Don't Catch :angel:
 

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Originally posted by Klause
Catch and Release :thumbsup:
Catch and eat :confused:
Catch and kill for fun :thumbsd:
Don't Catch :angel:
But generally the killing of fishes involved the general population.
No demand = no fishing
demand = more fishing

Maybe time for all of us to switch to vegetables.:what:
 

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Originally posted by siron
Wow...BIG BIG... Would love to try fishing outseas someday.
I think better think twice lar.. fishing does ruin your life e.g financially. :(
 

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