Just got back from doing some experimental deep-water fly fishing at the Jarak Island and Sembilan Islands waters. Lost one whole fly line in the process to a good fish. Bummer! But more on that later.
Fishing action is beginning to heat-up over here.
The monsoon has come to an end at the east coast of Malaysia, meaning the charter boats are back out fishing at Kuala Rompin.
At the moment, the most frequently target species is the diamond trevally or locally called ebek here, that are abundant as the east coast “season opener” and various bottom dwelling species. The Rompin sailfish are around too, just in slightly fewer numbers and more scattered over a larger area.
I have a packed calendar and is also busy finishing up many articles and videos (which are quickly piling up!) for the blog plus a complete redesign of the site!
We have also got the first Sport Fishing Asia t-shirt design printed, leave a comment below if you would be interested to buy one. All that squeezed in-between catching fish. Exciting.
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