Sunday, June 25, 2006

Sarimbun

Sarimbun
I stopped by at the Kranji Coffee Shop to have my morning kopi-O with Uncle Chui and Chris. It was still drizzling, but we intend to set off regardless of the rain. I was about to drive off at the Kranji Coffee Shop when the phone rang. Uncle Wong was on the line. They were already there and all ready for action. With Uncle Wong was Ady and Kuan.

I met up with them at the Scout Camp. The drizzle had stopped. The rest of the merry gang had not arrived. We decided to set out to try to catch the tilapias with dry flies as the sun rises. But it wasn’t to be. Thai workers were already in the water near our casting zone and the fish had all disappeared. Uncle Wong went over the other side of the banks and caught some fishes. I moved to the another pond with Hans. Caught a few steroid loaded peacock basses and some tilapias.

Rain came and we decided to call for an interval. Roti prata and kopi-O at Kranji Coffee Shop as usual.


McDowell Bamboo Rod


As usual, we arrived just when the sky was being light up by the sun.


But the Thais were already in the waters collecting their catches.


Thais collecting their catch.


I caught a small peacock bass


McDowell Bamboo Rod with a Silver coloured Teton Fly Reel


CY


The Q and the merry gang.


Uncle Chui and Chris


Mat and Hans






Bionix training ground


Uncle Wong caught a Tilapia


Nice handy size








A wonderful day for friends to gather.


The second pond.


Red tilapia


On NZ Special Fly.



Another red tilapia


Then a fish put a bend on the McDowell


Just a handy size and it put up a steroid loaded fight.





McDowell is a deciple of AJ Thramer




Another smaller peacock bass





Very colourful super red tilapia


Picture a bit blurr because my hand was jumping about with the fish.


Uncle Chui with a good size red tilapia




Uncle Chui was reluctant to call it a day because he was catching fishes.


Roti prata. With the whole dish of curry on it.


Q and his fly fishers of the square table.
Roti prata and kopi-O is my favourite booster after fishing.

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