Friday, 29 May 2009
The barramundi lives in rivers, creeks & mangrove swamps - spawns in estuaries and coastal waters, sometimes travel well inland along rivers & canals
It should be handled with care when caught because the edges of its gill-covers are very sharp!
Lure fishing is an effective techniques. Tackle to be applied - use a 9 to 10 ft (2.7 to 3 m) spinning rod with 20 to 30 lb (9.1 to 13.g kg) mono line
Barramundi can be found in Asian coastal regions, islands from Persian Gulf to China & around the northern half of the Australian coast
It feeds on fish, crayfish, crabs, shrimps & insects. Does grow a weight of 132 lb (60 kg) or more!
Monday, 25 May 2009
Fisherman under the sun..
In the middle of the sea
Tugu's net - voyage to the bottom of the sea
Syahwan & Azroy (twins) 're pulling up the net
Aint heavy.. it's in my blood
Any fish yet...
Pull & shake..baby
Net-ball? Prawn-ball? Fish-ball?
Fresh! Pure! Yummmyyy...
Fishermen.. Boat..Tugu.. hooked on
Tugu's net... loosen up
Episode with astonishment...
Our pals since January '09.. Pulau Keingaran emerged!
Zimin Pudak - Tuka Tuka & AzimCF - Umpak
Teenage twins of Sungai Bunga 're school-leavers
"Our sibling need us..."
Selamat jalan.. Masalamah (Arabic) Ha det (Norwegian) Sayonara (Japanese) Ciao (Italian) Zegnaj (Polish) Adios (Spanish) Anyeonghi gasyeo (Korean) Doei (Dutch) Adeus (Portuguese) Zai jian (Mandrin), Paalam (Filipino) Hedja (Swedish)
Au revoir (French) Auf wiedersehen (German) Nasmate (Hindi) Farvel (Danish) Nakeminn (Finnish) Sawadee (Thailand) Rub rakha (Punjabi) Yasou (Greek) Do svidan (Russian) Vidaiperukiren (Tamil) La ravedere (Romanian) Hoscakal (Turkish)
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