Thursday, August 26, 2010

The rain won't stop us from fishing 2

This was a trip last week in one of the saltwater holes under lots of rain clouds and strong winds, actually there are some rain drop falling on us while we were fishing. This kinda condition i guess most of the ppl will just call it off for another day lol. But lucky that we stayed...... haha i landed my first saltwater Tarpon on a white maria angle kiss 115.

Ibr hitted 1 before me with a Ima bita, first we tot it was a small barramundi but when ibr pump it that fellow both me and sh shouted TARPON ! TARPON!.

Ibr lifted up the fish with his rod on the ground, haha everyone was kinda happy as we knew we have found the right spot this time.

After helping ibr with the photo taking i went back to fish , he alone went over to another end to release the fish. While ibr releasing the fish i hitted my first Trapon! As i mentioned before it was taken on the white maria angle kiss 115.

The fish has some injury during the fight but luckly it still manage to swim off.

Hopefully it could survive

Oh ya my Photobucket was down again some of my pics are gone for the moment lol


  1. Awesome! I love fishing tough conditions for the added challenge and lighter crowds. Nicely done!!!

  2. Congrats bro !! on your 1st TAR PON ~ ~

    The fish quite zao , managed to avoid your

    lure for years , must be super rare catch !!

  3. Great fishing Alan and company, And a great fish to catch, At first glance i thought it was a tiger fish, But a TARPON WOW what a catch, Made up for you guys,
    Photobucket Well i have opened another account as they dont seem to be to good, Picasa web is the best i have found, Give it a try,
    Well done all,

  4. Hi Paddy

    Yup i'm too using Picasa web but sometimes i find it easiler with PB when i need to upload big numbers of photos.

    Tarpon are 1 good fighter for that kinda size kekeke hopefully we could hit more before the spot die off. In sg spots die very fast of many reason. So whenever we found 1 we will fish to the max.

    But of cos we do C&R :)