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Work hard, fish harder.
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When you get a chance to fly fish for mahseer from the boat, don’t turn down the opportunity. It is very visual as you’ll often be very close to the target, not something you’d experience in the rivers. You could be casting just 30 to 40 feet (10-13…
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The Simms Riprap wading shoes put to the test fly fishing for Thai mahseer in Cheow Lan lake Thailand
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Plenty of rain was forecasted for the January trip but it turned out pretty good for us in the end. We were quite lucky I would say although we did get hit with heavy rain. The luckiest is probably Aznir, hitting a 55cm (approximately 20in) beautiful Thai…
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Walking, running, traversing on slippery surfaces can be very hazardous to our health, it could also bring a premature end to a highly anticipated fishing trip. A bad fall could spell disaster. Besides injury, a fall could also mean a broken fly rod. I’ve…
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Meet the first of a series of magnets. Rompin sailfish on fly with Sport Fishing Asia and features an artistic rendition of a shot by JW of a sailfish with a popper fly. Get one?
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Most beginners will be confused by the myriad of gear and technical terms and they cannot differentiate what is most important when choosing and buying fly fishing tackle. Buy good fly lines, the balance of your budget can be used for the rod, followed by…
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The sebarau or hampala barb (aka jungle perch) is best targeted during the rainy seasons. When water level rises, the sebarau moves into the flooded rivers, sometimes in huge numbers and they are great fun to catch with both wet and dry flies such as…
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For some time now I prefer to go fishing without any expectations whatsoever. Not necessarily the easiest thing to do, as we tend to look forward to a trip and is full of anticipation, especially as the date gets closer. But with practice and on purpose,…
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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 for four days was calling out “Tuk-tuk, tuk-tuk” whenever…
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Close up billfish action
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