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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-05-07 GMT: 01:33:50
To: Junaidi
You interested to join in the next trip? Think 2 slots available. Its on the 7th may evening leaving probadly before 8pm. 36hr trip and will be back on 9th morning at 8am. Give me your number and i wil update you on more info the trip.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-23 GMT: 03:02:01
To: Akudou
Definitely, the things lost worth much more than my items. Maybe, now we should instill a GPS alarm and locator inside out custom rods or inside our engines. Then maybe it will deter thieves. Hehe but as capt Fred said, shark bait form them who steals. Grr....

hehe Im being too light about my stolen items as I am covering up my sadness on the Scimitar. I caught a 3 kilo MJ and a 13 Kg Barra in Serasa with that thing and it did not break. On a 20lbs Fireline braid and 25lbs leader at that. Hmmm.. memories.

Well anyway, whats up off the shores? any good catch lately, tunggu already naik bebatik now...
From: Junaidi
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-23 GMT: 01:33:43
To: Capt Fred
What you have lost to thiefs are definitely bigger compared to the rod and reel. I myself have lost a few items on by boats and its sad how some people can do such a thing eventho they need some parts which are not on the items taken such as gps radar complete with cable and fishfinder tranducer. Too bad theres no alarms like cars. hehehe...
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-23 GMT: 00:22:16
To: All
If anyone of you hear of someone offering a used Scimitar, Saltiga and Expert rod for sale. Please let us know.

Please do not buy stolen goods. It only encourage more thefts.
From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-23 GMT: 00:21:02
To: Junaidi
People who steal especially from fishing kakis should be used as shark bait.

I have lost quite a few things to thieves too. A few boats and engines at Serasa and a rod/reels.

From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-22 GMT: 09:53:53
To: Akudou
I have no idea as I rarely let people know I own those items. well i just guess they picked the shiny stuff and left the dusty stuff behind. My tomman and white rabbit was unused and looked really dirty as i dont use it anymore. On the bright side, this allows me to shop somewhat for cheaper items. Captain, I ll see your shop soon. Hehe
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-22 GMT: 06:37:19
To: Junaidi
Thats very unfortunate of you to lose such priceless item but none the less the thief knows what to get and what to leave behind. Have any idea who the thief might be? Thats why customise rods are always best built with your own initial or decal as to recognise your own gears. As for myself i always leave an initial where its always never seen by the open eye.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-22 GMT: 04:33:31
To: Capt Fred
Yikes, beyond my timezone as I have a lot of work.. hmm, fishing time is getting rare now. I miss going to sea.. hehe.. (hint hint). I have to look for fishing supplies now captain, my things got stolen last week from my tool shed at home. I lost and expert custom Pe2-3 6ft rod, a saltiga Z 4500, a whole lot of other items including my Shimano scimitar casting rod i bought from your shop 3 years back, which i absolutely adore, and my tool boxes.

Gila la that thief, he specifically went for the good stuff and left my white rabbit rod and tomman reel alone. I wish he chokes on the fishes he catch with my items. Hehe
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-22 GMT: 01:05:43
To: capt Fred
what's the CR of the recent drop-off trip?
From: Languran
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-20 GMT: 11:02:49
To: Capt Fred
No worry, u have $$$ and problem money can solve is not a problem, no money big problem just like me.
From: Lures
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-20 GMT: 00:20:28
To: Junaidi
Apollo is out on a charter to the dropoff this weekend. Coming back only tonight (Monday).
I did not go out fishing this weekend. Did some wiring work on the Boston Whaler. A lot of the wire on the boat is corroded and need to be replaced.
Last week, the power for the fishfinder and GPS keeps going off. We had to directly connect the bilge pump to the battery to turn it on. That is the life of boating...haha..to much maintenance.
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-16 GMT: 11:27:21
To: Capt Fred
Any plans for apollo 'turun' next week captain?
From: Junaidi
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-02 GMT: 04:54:03
To: Junaidi Bahrum
It depends on what type of fish you are targeting with your fly rod. You are right,8 weight is not light duty but it would be good for targeting the Bulan-bulans in our river or for Tongkol in the sea.

It is great that you are starting a fishing column on your paper. I would surely support it.

You should drop by the shop when we are there usually during the evening around 5-630pm.
From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-02 GMT: 03:54:02
To: Junaidi Bahrum
It depends on what type of fish you are targeting with your fly rod. You are right,8 weight is not light duty but it would be good for targeting the Bulan-bulans in our river or for Tongkol in the sea.

It is great that you are starting a fishing column on your paper. I would surely support it.

You should drop by the shop when we are there usually during the evening around 5-630pm.
From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-04-02 GMT: 03:40:18
To: Capt Fred
Erm, a wt8 is quite heavy duty, don't you think? But anyway's captain, I ll be back to CFFS. Haven't been there for a while that even your shopkeepers look slim now. Imagine so long huh. Hehe. Akudou,Im a writer for BT as well, Finaz told me about this forum. Didn't know this at first. Im planning to write for our feature page on fishing in general but don't know where to start. Capt Fred, I know you used to write for Rod and Line. Any tips? I ll add you in as a contributor if you like.
From: Junaidi Bahrum
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-30 GMT: 09:46:21
To: Junaidi
We have a 8weight fly rod from Temple Fork Outfitter in the shop. It is quite a decent fly rod with IMG 6 material.

I don't carry Sage.
From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-30 GMT: 04:28:51
To: Lures
The set i saw was Toman. Theres another one i saw too at cffs but looks low end too.


Junaidi,
You can get CFFS to order the fly reel for you if you prefer mid to high end reel such as Shimano
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-29 GMT: 10:12:49
To: Junaidi
If Toman 4get it but don't think was Toman brand. Btw, take a look at aquarium there got one orang putih fly fishing pic, he willing to teach fly fishing few years back, not sure still in brunei or not, think capt have his contact.
From: Lures
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-29 GMT: 04:54:47
To: Lures
Hmm.. Maybe I will. Last time I went there, the only set I saw was the tomman set which is quite unreliable. But, I will drop by later to see it then. Thanks for the tip dude
From: Junaidi
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-27 GMT: 11:53:33
To: Junaidi
I think CFFS have 2 sets of beginner fly set, maybe u should have a look at it. Sage very high end fren.
From: Lures
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-27 GMT: 05:28:37
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Oh btw, its junaidi here.
From: Junaidi
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-27 GMT: 05:27:06
To: Capt Fred
Count me in man, I was quite a regular in fred before until my minister of home affairs (fiancee) started to lock down on my fishing spendings. hehe just temporarily, mind you. But anyway, fred I have a question, im trying to get my hands on a wt 6 or 7 fly rod preferably from sage. You know where i can get one? im currently learning how to fly and is still in the learning process. Any advice? im also learning to tie now although payah barang nada in Brunei, have to kirim from singapore
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-26 GMT: 14:51:14
To: Capt Fred
Fren, i stop fishing good for other anglers, they can cheap cheap buy my arsenal. Plan a relax trip to dropoff, over stress nowaday, rickster trip on May worry can't make it becos not sure when the new project start again. Filex booked on april maybe i still manage to make it, let's see TDOA can join or not, few years never fish with them and heard rickster onboard "SURE good CATCH" , let karate king curse first see he karate or not....haha

Btw, i got new toy in hand wanna try out also........
From: Lures
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-26 GMT: 12:18:11
To: Capt Fred
hahaha, i offer him new spot at mata mata but he say too many money to earn so no time. The spot is very good. 5 to 6 ponds and everytime go there surely land atleast 1 fish within 1 to 2 hr. The other new spot will have to be a jungle trekking trip. Very big pond or lake. Looks very potential too..
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-26 GMT: 08:37:44
To: Junaidi
Come over to the CFFS shop and we can tell you. Don't want to make this too public.
Our group usually hang around there around 430-630pm.

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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-26 GMT: 08:07:21
To: Capt Fred
Hello, Just inquiring which part of Wasan is this? btw, i saw pictures of you guys hauling up toman using lures, Mind sharing the spot? I promise i will practice catch and release as that is what I usually practice wherever i fish. Thanks
From: Junaidi
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-26 GMT: 00:35:50
To: Akudou
New spot. That is great. You should bring Lures there. After all, he has not been fishing for a while. I think he is afraid that we would give him a new nick. He already has too many. His new nick could be Desktop Fisherman.
So please bring him there before the name sticks. Haha.
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-25 GMT: 05:51:30
To: Capt Fred
2 weeks in a row, been going casting at a new spot which is very potential. In 2 weeks alone, average dalak caught was 2 per day weighing from 300gms to the largest so far 1.3kg. All below 500gms was release back into the pond.

Went to wasan for the past 2 weekends too since you are not around to bring me trench fishing.heheheh. First saturday in we caught 5, sunday 2. 2nd weekend, 2 on saturday and 5 on sunday. I had to be the skipper to replace chong since he went offshore. Brought a few newbies to learn the basics of casting spro's and scums and Chegu Azmey to wasan.

Overall it was fun hooking up the fishes everyday. Total released in your office pond now is 7 dalak ranging from 500gms to 1.3kg.

Have a few new spot to try out and after that my freshwater season would be over until the offshore season turns bad again. Cheers.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-01 GMT: 18:06:14
To: Lures
I said maybe only caused by the hairy leg, never blame the whole thing on it leh.
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-03-01 GMT: 14:27:08
To: Akudou
Strike fish no complain, miss Q blame spro hairy leg, why not blame no skill or fish too small? pity the frog kena criticized. i've landed a few dalak with spro WITHOUT any problem leh......
From: Lures
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 17:47:04
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From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 17:46:20
To: Akudou

From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 17:45:25
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 17:44:26
To: Capt Fred / Lures
brought 3 newbies to wasan just now at 3pm as chong the guide. 2 stayed on the island using bait while 1 newbie, chong and me use the boat to cast around. 1st cast and i landed a dalak at nearly 1 kilo. Newbie had only one strike but missed strike. In 2 hrs time i had 4 dalaks in total and lost 1 more then 1kg slipped off my hand and in the water. Chong manage to land 4 dalaks as well and release a small size one. We were please with the results as the dalak population is rising up once again. In 3 hrs more than 8 dalaks was caught by Chong and me. not mention too many missed strikes, could be the disadvantage of the spro's hairy legs. Chong was on the black regular size while im using the black junior. The newbie was also using spro junior in black and red colour.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 01:31:35
To: Capt Fred
Sorry, read your sms for coffee late last night cos i went to wasan with chong for 1 hr only at 5pm to try to see if there are any fishes around. In a period of 1hr, we manage only to land 1 dalak each at 500 to 700gms. My dalak is with Chong so i will be releasing that one too as soon as im done with my expo. Update me later regarding our plan. Im heading to wasan this afternoon again.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-02-28 GMT: 00:29:57
To: Lures
Yesterday Akuduo caught 2 dalak at junjungan. One escaped back into the river when he was unhooking it.
The other one almost 1kg, he released it at the office pond. So he is keeping his word.
When are you going to release some dalak at the pond too? Oh...I just realised that you have to catch them first before you can release them but how? You are the karate king. Hehe.
From: Capt Fred
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 04:07:08
To: pics bulan bulan
These are the pics of the catch chong and me caught using lures.
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 01:57:06
To: Capt Fred
Ofcourse bring you can but we need to sit down and talk as the place is very private and theres only 2 ways to get in. Fly fishing easy cos its a very open area to cast.We never lost any lure there, chong also regret didnt bring fly rod. Dont need waderboots!
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 01:52:57
To: Capt Fred
Can but the area is very strict. Maybe we discuss over coffee cos theres only 2 ways.Akudou Fly fishing would be easy cos the spot is very open and easy to cast. even use lure no sangkut
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 01:49:45
To: Akudou
So can you bring me to your "secret" spot. I will bring along my fly rod to try for Bulan-bulan. BTW, is the area full of trees? I need a relatively clear area to fly fish.

I don't want to go in the water with my waders there. Have too many crocs.
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 01:25:19
To: Capt Fred
Correction sir, only 10 bulan bulan in 2 hrs. Would be fun on fly fishing i guess. Hope to get the one that got away next time, It threw the hook and was surprised to see the the fish jump at that size. Have to search for new spot again and new kind of fish. Interesting to see which of the many kind of lures and poppers plus techniques to get the fish interested in the lure/
From: Akudou
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Title: Latest inshore and freshwater fishing update Date: 2009-01-12 GMT: 00:46:51
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On Friday, we went to a lake in the Jalan Tutong area to cast for about an hour. No bites and did not see many fish surfacing. The place was not very accessible so we will return one day with a boat.

Saturday, I tried the pond next to the tennis club. No bites when casting with frogs. Water is clear. There are lots of Karok. So if you are a Karok fan, this pond is great for you. But dalak, very few.

Akudou went to the Kota Batu area to cast after Pengkalan Batu (Secret spot he said. Here he and Ah Chong landed aorund 20 Tarpons (Bulan-Bulan). Ah Chong hooked onto one big Selunsong but it got away.

Akudou, please fill in the details.

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