Weekend Warriors

I have been fishing for the past 4 weekends. Due to the northeast monsoon we had to make do with more freshwater fishing. Nearly missed last weekend’s trip because of my foot but the spot is only 15 minutes from where I stay plus it will be only a half day fishing so, what the heck. […]

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How to Fish Artificial Frogs, Toads and Soft Baits

Now that I’ve wrote about frogs, let’s talk about using Soft Baits or as some like to call them, Soft Plastic. In Asia, every serious snakehead fisher knows, just like bass fishers, that their quarry are opportunistic feeders. Anything that swims, crawls, slithers, hops or flies are in the menu for an aggressive, ambush fish.

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Why are frogs important to anglers and the environment?

Fishermen the world over use frogs as bait, be it dead, alive, or fake. Obviously it started off as using real frogs and in the recent years artificial frogs came into the picture, at least those that works in a regular fashion. Lots of fish just snatches them off the water surface especially Bass and

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Bamboo Shark

Bamboo Shark / Banded Bamboo Shark •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Local name: Yu Bodoh (literally translated as “Stupid Shark) Distribution: Indo-West Pacific Among the smallest of sharks, it grows to a maximum size of 60 cm. Juveniles display bands and occasionlly spots along their body. Adult Bamboo Shark are often plain gray or brownish in color. Easily caught bottom

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Tides, Moon and Fishing

A lot has been said and written about how the moon affect the tides and how that affects our fishing. Google this subject and you will find thousands of related articles covering this topic. Ocean Tides The tide is a standing wave caused primarily by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the

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