Random fish ...
Total catch of d day. ada gerongong, umpak, lapih, kurapus, anak babarahan, snow whites, anduping, langisi n bananas.... click to read more..
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Bandar Seri Begawan - The Brunei Meteorological Services warned of strong winds and rough seas in Brunei today (Tuesday), brought on by tropical storm Hagibis, which hit Vietnam, and Typhoon Mitag that slammed into northern Philippines.
The weather forecaster told the Bulletin yesterday that they have issued a warning to small vessel operators about the dangerous conditions at sea. Winds of 10-30 km/h on land and 30-40 km/h at sea were recorded Monday and expected today. Moderate to rough seas and up to three-metre high waves are also expected.
The weather forecast for today states that it will be fair and windy most of the day. However, thunderstorms or squally showers are still expected, mostly in the sea but may also be experienced inland from time to time.
"But the occasional showers mostly at sea during the night will be brief.
"We will monitor the situation after tomorrow (Tuesday) based on the strength of the cyclone and the progress of the tropical storm," the forecaster said.
Meanwhile, the Marine Department announced that Brunei will experience unusual high tide for seven days. The high tide could at times be more than two metres high, RTB reported. The tide level that could be as high as 2.7 metres began last Saturday and will last until the 30th of this month. It will be experienced between 9pm and 3am.
Due to the phenomena, outboard boat operators and ship navigators are advised to proceed with extra caution especially when it rains and when approaching housing areas along the Brunei River. -- Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin
We went out early in the morning at 7. Currently, the "Kembura" baits are hard and if there is being sold, the price hikes to $4 per kilo. The entry to the ongah garden was flooded but with determination we went to look for other alternative routes. luckily for us, there was an alternative routes leading to the "ongah garden".
With only 1kg of kembura baits, we had to be extra careful not to waste any of our baits... I guess it was gfadz lucky day coz his bait was taken a hit... a 2.0kg mangrove jack! *darn* he still tops the ranks. hehehe...
For me, my baits hadn't had any bites.. instead it was Hj Metali's line had a bite, but he wasn't around at that time... again it was a 1.9kg Mangrove jack!! *double darn*.. why them and not mine?? hehehe.. nada apalah ambil pahala saja... hehehe.. we finished off the trip early as we are running out of baits.... so to gfads, congratz and u will not be so lucky next time... hehehe....
p/s: PerrrNahhhh??? .... terima kasih lai..... hehehe.. siapa tu nah?
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Friday, November 23, 2007
better luck next time though.... next fishing outing on this sunday @ ongah garden serasa... good luck guys!!! To team mumujuri & pila-pila, PERRRNAH!! NAIK KAN ONGAH!! OHHH ASYIK DONG.. NGAK USAH REPOT REPOT... SAMA ASYIKNYA NGAN KIRIMI WANG LEWAT WESTERN UNION... *hehehe...apakan... *
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
bah vote for me & gfadz for hunter of the month ah.... hehehe
My catch Ungah 1.4kg and gfadz's catch, a new species caught by us, ikan pahat pahat 500g. Well done team AEROTELS...
GKIRIKANZ NIGHT TRIP @ Sungai Damuan
Gazwan aka G KIRIKAN's set out on fishing trip that nite but went home empty handed though... tough luck... sorry about the quality of the photo...
Monday, November 12, 2007
>High visibility 1 1/4" diagonal display with 48V x 32H resolution.
>Water surface temperature and depth readout.
>150 ft. remote operating range, 120 ft. depth capability.
>Pulse backlit display and Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor™. (RSS)
>Display powered by replaceable 1 Lithium 2450CR watch battery. (included)
>Includes dual channel waterproof Advanced RSS.
>Ultra-wide sonar coverage equal to twice the water depth.
>One-Touch™ menu navigation easily controls FishID+™, depth range, fish alarm, and sensitivity.
>Advanced RSS typically lasts for 500 hours of in-the-water usage.
>Advanced RSS replacements available on this web site, at your local tackle dealer and major outdoor retailers.
>Wet Switch™ technology maximizes battery life by automatically shutting down when the >Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor is out of water.
>black and white display if only it was a colour display it would be more colourful.. hehehe
>display nya is small not suitable for offshore fishing.
>sensor nya detects all kinds of fish but not the size of the fish.. big or small, it still displays the same fish icon.
>sensor only detect fish at certain area(see illustration below)
>Bulky design but light weight but not slim design...
>No clock alarm and not many clock functions.
>ada delay 5secs. not good if ikan atu active and not stationary.
MY RATING : 5/10
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Kerapu hasil tangkapan Zackwan AKA Kapten Bumblefish... hehehe... tingkat kan lagi usaha.. masa ani ranking ke 4 dah... less work more fishing bro!! bah fishbuster crew, bila lagi tani buat collaboration lagi di Serasa ah? hahaha...
Friday, November 2, 2007
As usual we went to look for kembura baits. At that time the kembura were sold $3/kilo.. the last time I went there, the kembura were sold at $2/kilo.. well what the heck, fishing punya pasal, hantam saja lah…
We set up our gears, me and my faithful companion GFADZ aka MR WHITERABBIT and with the help of my brother in law.. Again we were lucky as no sights of “THE MAGROVE JACK’S PREDATOR” aka Hj Metali was hunting.. hehehe… maybe ia “off” yesterday.. We set up our rods and kirikans at the usual spot.. according to the tide tables today air nya surut.. We waited for half an hour and *bang* , our first catch was caught by me.. well technically it was my kirikan but it was gfadz and my brother in law who reeled it in… To my surprise, my long awaited catch, THE MANGROVE JACK was caught!! Wow my bad luck curse had broke.. hehehe… it was my first MJ this year..alhamdullilah.. it weighs around 1.6kg.. Thanx guys for the help! Hehehe…
Gfadz steps into gear as he believe there’s more MJs out there… well his prayers were answered… hehehe… he too caught his MJ with his kirikan… if I’m not mistaken I think it weighs around 1.2kg… we were leveled at this stage.. hehehe..
My brother in law too have a bite using his rod and his casting technique but his line broke at the very last minute.. pity though for him as his rapala was taken by the fish.. better luck next time bro.. karang balik beli kirikan arah huaho.. hehehe…
Again it was gfadz who had the third catch and this time it was bigger than the first one… a 2.2kg MJ .. *DaRN* lucky him! Hehehe.. the forth catch was also by gfadz… I think its about 1.5kg kah… *double darn*.. again with his kirikan… I think I better auction his kirikan in EBAY… hahaha..
We decided to pack it up around 12 when again MJ struck in the very last minute… and again its gfadz *arghh* bah jadi kan di jual kirikan atu ke EBAY? Hahaha.. This time the MJ weighs around 1.6kg kah.
As I thought it was the last MJ we caught, my kirikan was pulled into action.. and this time I did get my chance to pulled the MJ myself… hehehe… my 2nd MJ weighs around 1.4kg.. an injury time catch.. Well I guess I’m the first and the last to caught the MJs… *alhamdullilah.. rezeki…* what a SUPERB Experience we had yesterday… not to mention the fun and thrill… oh yes.. I forget to mention, GFADZ and my brother in law got minor injuries during the action…
I did get in touch with saidi(the person who subbed us), he told me from morning till afternoon, 16 MJs were caught… wow I guess it’s a record or maybe there’s another record, but then it is a SUBERB experience… hehehe ... until next tym peps!! maju memancing untuk negara!! hahaha
p/s: measurements might not be accurate lah... and oh yess... jgn jeles team kerisi... hehehe walaupun ada yang nada setuju kami masuk ranking... (Siapa tu ah...) sal kami pakai kirikan, tapi boleh eh kami masuk ranking, sal kami bukan main EDIT... hehehe *ehem ehem* we follow the rules jua... hahahaha...