This post was originally posted on 7 September 2010 and was updated on 7 June 2018. Though saltwater fishing off Kuala Rompin normally means catching the speedy sailfish, there are many other … [Read more...] about Kuala Rompin Fishing – What to Bring?
Now that the dust have settled amidst the lingering euphoria for many (me included), it’s time to get back to the fishy business. HISTORIC ELECTION WIN FOR MALAYSIA OPPOSITION PACTBriefly, many who … [Read more...] about Fishing for Vote for Fishing
We cannot thank you and Denis enough for helping organise and provide an unforgettable experience for my Dad and I. This is sure to be one we will never forget! Positives – Helpful, professional … [Read more...] about Awesome August Trip For Phil And James Dad-Son Team
Great edit mate, brings back all the memories from a amazing weekend! Highly recommended trip for anyone who wants some Malaysian sails, hook up with Sport Fishing Asia!!!" - Phil Phil Ash have … [Read more...] about A May Weekend In Rompin With Phil Ash and Friends
There is nothing quite like going on a holiday together with parents and family. It just brings everyone together and relax away from the often stressful daily routine. Zachary booked a six-day … [Read more...] about Six Days Rompin Sailfish Fishing Aboard Sea Urchin
Catching up with posting catch reports with this post of Asbjørn and Rebecka's trip to Kuala Rompin in April 2017. Asbjørn and Rebecka is on a holiday around the region and drops in for a day of … [Read more...] about Simply Sailfish Spectacle With Asbjorn and Rebecka
This is a late season trip in early November 2016 of Justin and his friends from Singapore. Not a particularly weekend with hot action but it wasn't too bad either with a couple of sailfish plus some … [Read more...] about Justin Maffei And Friends Sailfish Fishing
Video from Jan Hendrik's fishing trip with us during the month of March. Read the original post here. https://youtu.be/rrASUpnYDJk … [Read more...] about Early Season Rompin Sailfish With Jan Hendrik [Short video]
Our crew often calls out “Tu, tu” when they spot sailfish. Which literally means “Over there” in the local Malay language. Tony unknowingly thinks sailfish is called tu tu in the local language and … [Read more...] about Tuk Tuk, Tuk Tuk! New Name For The Sailfish of Rompin.