Friday, 25 September 2009

4 days upon 1st syawal had gone...

haz alamrox got a missed call from the watercourse

so he made a move alone

leica m8 self-timer stored his friendless

loosen up.. santai.. buang gian kah hehehehe

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

our kids love them..

we are proud that upin & ipin do give motivation & positive images of malay muslim kids, culture & tradition as well as kampong (village) life-style with hidden heritage

credits: / various source

Saturday, 19 September 2009

credits: flickr & numerous source

Friday, 18 September 2009

Bandar Seri Begawan, Sept 18 ' 09 - A Communique issued by the Fisheries Department, Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources yesterday informed the public of the red tide phenomena currently affecting Sabah waters.

With this recent outbreak in the Malaysian state of Sabah, the Department of Fisheries is advising the public to refrain from buying any small-sized fish and shellfish from unknown origin.

Meanwhile, current monitoring in Brunei Darussalam has shown that our waters are still free from red tide.

However, as a precautionary measure, the public are reminded to completely remove and thoroughly clean the gills, guts and other internal organs of fishes prior to cooking.

The red tide phenomenon, or algal bloom, is caused by large concentrations of microorganisms which accumulate rapidly in water columns around coastal areas, which when present in high concentrations, appears to discolour the water.

Danger is caused by this phenomenon when the algae produces natural toxins or depletes dissolved oxygen in water, which can cause humans to become seriously ill from eating oysters and other shellfish contaminated with the red tide toxin.

The Fisheries Department will keep the public informed of the situation from time to time.

The public, especially fishermen, can assist the department in reporting any water discolouration and mass fish mortality in Brunei waters or beaches to the following hotlines: 8717153, 8715005 and 8787337

note : images are for reference only i.e. are not related to the statement
credits: / flickr / numerous source

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

past 1 week numerous barramundi were 'spotted'
at sungai bunga jetty

gs parado with his bait

nan geng c kurus wannabe a liverpool die hard fan too hehehe

haz's checking his bait.. a fella at the back was trying to sing
in order to attract some fish tidor kali ehh hehehe

guess who? just loosen up santai..

* petua orang tua tua, jika kawan naik ikan, sama sama bersyukur dengan alhamdulillah & selawat nabi saw

Friday, 11 September 2009

There are over 200 members of the Carangidae family including amberjack, jack, pompano, jackmackerel & roosterfish

"Bemasa" or Giant Trevally (Carnax Ignobilis) is the common name in Brunei Darussalam! Almaco Jack (Seriola Rivoliana), Crevalle Jack (Carnax Hippos), Lesser Amberjack (Seriola Fasciata), Premit (Trachinotus Falcatus) & African Pompano (Alectis Ciliaris) are caught by trolling dead or live mullet, mackerel or scad / trolling lures, minnows, spoons or poppers / deep jigging at drift or anchor / casting poppers / fly casting with chum

Location - Around reefs and rocky islands / Around peaks on outside of outer reefs

Weight - 2 lb (910 g) to 126 lb (57 kg) or more!

Young fish of the Carangidae family often form small schools beeneth floating objects such as jellyfish. Older fish of most species roam the seas in large, fast-swimming schools but the oldest & largest fish tend to be solitary

They are widely distributed in temperature & tropical seas, usually at their most abundant in inshore waters

Bemasa had been caught in Muara, Jerudong, Tungku of Brunei Muara District, Danau of Tutong District & Lumut of Belait District - in Brunei Darussalam bay

Credits: / The New Encyclopedia Of Fishing / South Coast Marine Co Ltd / / / / /various sources

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

haz alamrox with his lovely grouper

zuk alamrox with his lane snapper / lutjanus synagris
at last he caught a good game fish!
21 hari inda balurih ikan bagus hehehe..

*petua orang tua tua jangan malar di naikan umpan

let the rod & reel do the duty.. good luck!

pudak area again!

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

it was an exquisite night, the airstream was pleasant.. kubak fs krew (gengis khan then kublai khan as his much loved legend warriors) had told abgCF that should he manage to catch any fish he would like to be called as wong fei hung

abgCF - who's wong fei hung?
kubak fs krew - Wong Fei Hung or Hwang Fei Hung (traditional Chinese: 黃飛鴻; simplified Chinese: 黄飞鸿; pinyin: Huáng Fēihóng; Cantonese Yale: Wòhng Fēihùhng) (1847–1924) was a martial artist, a medical doctor of traditional Chinese medicine, and revolutionary who became a Chinese folk hero and the subject of numerous television series and films

abgCF - wow! you know him better, i bet.. does he like fishing too?
kubak fs krew - fishing tiaa karanggg.. he's a healer and medical doctor! Wong practiced and taught acupuncture and other forms of traditional Chinese medicine at 'lam ang' (寶芝林), his private practice medical clinic in Foshan, Guangdong Province, China, where he was known for his compassion and policy of treating any patient. A museum dedicated to him was built in Foshan

abgCF - oooooo..
kubak fs krew - his chinese martial art is hung ga & he's the grand master!

abgCF - oooo grand master..
kubak fs krew - he's my hero!

he got it!

kubak fs krew aka wong fei hung
sembilang..sembilang lah hehehe..
fishing tiaa karangg grand master ahh.. hahahaha
ada misai kah sembilang atu.. sama macam orangnya hahahaaaa

credits: / various source