Thursday, September 01, 2005

Kelong Fishing

Sharma In Action

Navin Chilling In The Shade

Father and son team in action.

May fighting with the unknown

Quite a good fishing trip we had. Although the catch were not as much as we anticipated, overall we had a good time fishing.

Details of our fishing trip

  • Place : Kelong Fauzy, Lukut
  • Start Date : 28 August 2005
  • Start Time : 9.30 am
  • End Date : 28 August 2005
  • End Time : 7.00 pm
  • Baits used : Dead prawn, fish, squid (sotong), pumpun, live bait (Selar Kuning and some unidentified fishes)
  • Number of rods : Sharma : 3 rods, Navin : 3 Rods, Jeishen, May & Sivan Uncle : A LOT of rods
  • Persons fishing : 5 (Sharma, Navin, Jeishen, May & Sivan Uncle)
  • Total Catch : Roughly around 15 sizeable fishes that we brought back and 30 fishes that we released back into the sea.

I don't wanna go into detail on the fishing that we did. There was nothing that was out of the usual. We did catch a few strange fishes though. Anybody care to identify them to me? Kinda leave a comment and please help specify the type of fish. We are at a lost.

Strange Catches

Strange Catch No. 1 (Front View)

Strange Catch No. 1 (Side View)

Strange Catch No. 2

Strange Catch no. 3

Stay tuned for my next posting. I will be writing about the new fishing gears that I have recently acquired.

"The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of that which is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope"~Anonymous


Anonymous said...

Ah, No.2 I know, its a flat fish, Maly name, Lidah Pasir....The flesh is very very tasty, best for Fish N Chips...

Anonymous said...

looks like a flounder to me... is the water clear or cloudy?

Anonymous said...

1. Some named it ikan lembu because of the sharp horn (dorsal fin).

2. Some call it ikan sebelah in Malay / flounder in English.

3. Looks like a juvenile rainbowfish.

kenchen said...

No. 3 is called Fluke, a delicacy with the japanese ( sashimi together with pancho sauce and chopped spring onion ) ,, it belong to the Flounder Family