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MALAYSIA FISHING DESTINATIONS



• Straits of Malacca

From Johor to Penang, there are many off points for bottom fishing. Tides and currents need to be taken into account before venturing out. Very fast currents associated with the full moon and the new moon are to be avoided.

• East coast Peninsula

Most coastal waters offer good fishing for snappers and groupers with Cobia, Sailfish and Rays being fairly common.

• West coast Sabah and Sarawak

The many offshore-shoals boats boast fine fishing similar to the above.



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Kelong Paradise Waterfront - Sabak Bernam

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Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort is a haven for diehard anglers. Sitting 15 nautical miles off Sabak Bernam, MALAYSIA, Kelong Paradise is right in the fish middle of the sea that promises nothing but the best in terms of catch. This is one place where anglers can fish in peace!

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The water around is teeming with jenahak, kerapu, bawal, pari, senangin, gelama and demuduk among others. Senangin is the most popular fish among anglers.

An ultimate paradise for those who want to enjoy a relaxed and peaceful weekend, where time literally seems to slow down. Also experience the sunset in the middle of the sea with your loved ones.

Package includes:
  • Two way boat transfer from BNO Jetty to Kelong Paradise
  • 5 meals per day (Breakfast, Lunch, Tea, Dinner, Supper)

For reservation, contact us HERE

Tours in Endau-Rompin National Park


There Endau-Rompin boasts of some of the most exotic species of tropical plant and animal life.

The Park is one of the last remaining lowland forests in Malaysia and it is spread over a generous 80,000 hectares of virgin jungle straddling the state of Pahang and Johor.

Visitors will find exploring the numerous jungle trails and limestone caves as well as climbing Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia, an exhilarating promotions.



List of interesting places around Endau-Rompin State Park.


Padang Tujuh
Padang Tujuh is an area of bonsai trees.


Sungai Kinchin and Sungai Kemapan
Some of the best fishing spots in Malaysia can be found within the Endau Rompin area. The most popular sites are along the lower reaches of Sungai Kinchin and Sungai Kemapan. The best time for fishing is from the months of February to April and from June to August. Fish caught here are noticeably larger than those caught in rivers elsewhere in Peninsular Malaysia.


Mahkota Waterfalls
Mahkota Waterfalls, which is a cascading 50-meter fall is perfect spot for picnic.


Upih Guling Falls
Upih Guling derives its name from an Orang Asli legend. Upih, an Orang Asli, was about to go for a cockfight. As he was about to cross the river at one end of the waterfall, he saw his fiancée. He slipped upon turning and fell, or "guling" (roll in Malay Language), down the cascading slope and died at the foot of the falls.


Buaya Sangkut Falls
After a long and tiresome trek, one can heave a sigh of relief upon hearing the thunderous roar of the 40m high waterfall. One can take in the breathtaking sight of the calm, tranquil lake and fascinating rock formations.


Kelapa Gading Cave
Kelapa Gading Cave, which is 25 meters high, is situated in the midst of the waterfall.


Getting There & Accommodation

It is best to contact your travel agent for guided tours of Endau-Rompin, as the area is largely underdeveloped and infrastructure is minimal. Entry permits are a must and visitors will have to provide two passport sized photographs and a photocopy of their identity card or passport. Endau-Rompin is accessible by road from KL and Singapore but it is advisable to use 4WD. It takes 5 hours from KL.

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Shimano Dendoumaru 4000HP Electric Fishing Reel

The Dendoumaru HP has been introduced for anglers whose specialty is deepwater bottom bashing. This electric reel is ideal for fishing really deep waters whereby it is too tiring and time consuming for anglers to repeatedly crank up their rigs for bait checking or fighting deep large stubborn fish. Features of this reel include a power 3.1 gear ratio for ease of cranking, 564.5Ncm(57.6kgcm) of torque via the electric motor, 15kg of drag force and a maximum lifting speed of 160m/minute. The reel also features 15 Speed Raku-Raku mode with a technical lever and is washable. Generally, an easy to maintain reel.

  • Weight - 43oz/1220g (2.68 lbs)
  • Speed - 525ft/160m per minute
  • Line - 550 yards 80lb braid
  • Max winding power (97lbs)
  • Level Wind with Auto-Stop
  • Line Counter - Digital readout
  • Washable design
  • Speed adjustable accelerator lever
  • Electric (12V) or Manual Retrieve
  • 9ft Power Cord with Alligator Clips







Model

4000HP

Ratio

3.1:1

Weight

1220

Bearings

2/0

Line Capacity (PE/M)

6/500 8/300 10/270

Price USD

$635.90

Pulau Jarak the Popular Sail Fish Destination

Pulau Jarak ocated 32 km southwest of Pulau Pangkor off the town of Lumut in Perak. This tiny island rises 50m above sea level and is covered with lush green vegetation and on top of it is a lighthouse. There are no accommodation on the island and as such is lesser known to many but has been a favourite destination to local anglers due to obvious reasons. It is rich with marine life and famous for its pelagic fishers such as barracuda, jacks and king sailfish. In fact it is a common sight to see the king sailfish doing their acrobatic dance on the surface on most evenings.

There is no beach on Pulau Jarak, only granite sloping down to the sandy sea bed with small patches of stony, encrusting and soft corals. The island's boulder-strewn coastline makes it virtually inaccessible, leaving Pulau Jarak's pristine wonders mostly unexplored.

Pulau Jarak or Jarak island is an uninhabited island situated off the coast of the state of Perak Angling charter boats are available for hire from Bagan Dato, Hutan Melintang, Sungei Besar and Lumut.

The angling charter boats are usually made of wood with inboard engines, equipped with gps, sonar, galley, bunks and head. Designed and constructed for longer fishing sessions, it is practically a boathouse with all the amenities of home.

The charters could be for a day's fishing or for a duration of 3 days 2 nights fishing depending on the targeted species.

Pulau Pemanggil the angler's paradise



Teluk Lancang is an isolated bay on the northeastern coast of Pemanggil Island. Coconut trees grow with abundance amidst the tropical vegetation along the coast.
Towering majestically in the heart of Pemanggil Island, is a huge boulder known locally as Batu Buau, regarded as the sacred guardian of the island. On a clear day, this landmark is clearly visible from the south of Tioman Island which is 50 km away.Pemanggil Island is one of the 'must visit' fishing paradise.

Pemanggil, situated next to Tioman, requires a 4 to 5 hour boat ride from Mersing, which is the jump off point from the mainland. Along the journey if you're an avid angler, drop a line and start fishing right away! One will never be disappointed with the catch.


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MAIN TARGET SPECIES

Black Marlin (Makaira indica)
Giant Trevally (Caranx ignobilis)
Great Barracuda (Sphyraena baracuda)
Narrowbarred Mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson)
Grouper (Serranidae)
Snappers (Lutjanidae)
Jacks (Carangidae)
Rays (Batoidei)

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Angling and Fish Specis In Malaysia

Freshwater and marine environments in Malaysia offer a vast scope of angling opportunities. Whether for serious game fishing or fun, Malaysia boasts a plethora of angling destinations.Target species must be identified, timing and seasons also need to be taken into account. A well-organised Malaysian fishing package may prove to be the difference between success and failure.

Malaysia’s rivers and natural and man make lakes are home to over 300 species of freshwater fish of which around 40 species can be caught on rod and line.There are few resort fisheries which offer a wide range of accommodation, a variety of activities and well-shocked fishing ponds. For the more hardy angler, jungle excursions which may involve trekking and camping can be arranged. A few excellent fishing centers are also be found on the fringes of Malaysia’s massive man made lakes.


NAME LOCAL NAME
Giant Snakehead
Snakehead
Giant Featherback
Malaysian Mahseer
Malaysian Jungle Perch
Giant Catfish
Common Catfish
Giant Gourami
Grass Carp
Javanese Carp
Arowana ( protected)
Toman
Haruan/Bujuk
Belida
Kedah
Kelah
Sebarau
Baung
Kalui
Kap Rumput or Tongsan
Lampan Jawa
Kelisa


Should you wish to fish in Malaysia, it is advisable to arrange your trip through the experts. With angling in Malaysia still in its infancy, opportunities to land that “big one” are real. Fishing can be a one day affair or a 2 week affair. It all depends on one’s quarry and destinations. Whether you are a serious angler or a fun fisherman, Malaysia offers the best for both.

COMMONLY LANDED SEA FISH
NAME LOCAL NAME
Black Marlin
Saltfidh
Dolphinfish (Mahi-Mahi) (Dorado)
Giant Trevally
Great Barracuda
Narrowbarred Mackerel
Yellowfish Tuna
Wahoo
Rainbow Runner
Grouper
Red Snapper
Golden Snapper
Sharks
Suji
Layar-layar
Belitong
Debam
Alu-alu
Tenggiri
Aya
Tenggiri Batang
Pisang – pisang
Kerapu
Ikan Merah
Jenahak
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Fishing for compliments



AFTER one has furnished a home with the basics, one then considers the finer details of home interiors: ornaments, pictures, sculptures and so forth. Objects that please the eye, and fascinate by their shape and colour perhaps, or items that form a point of focus, all of which one will have to live with day in and day out — hence choose ornamental decor wisely.

Now let me introduce an item that possibly would not immediately spring to mind — an aquarium. An aquarium can be colourful, always in flux, a living, aquatic world and surely an interesting alternative to say, china or a water colour painting.

But aquariums can also be messy, expensive, require lots of attention and expertise (who will feed the fish if you are away?). Yes, they look nice but are too much trouble, I hear you say. Well not these days, not necessarily so.

The latest aquariums can be purchased as complete self-contained kits — you just literally add fish, weed and water (and the weed can be low-maintenance plastic!).

East-Aqua Studio at Mid Valley Megamall and Ikano Power Centre carry a good range of kits and accessories, fish included.

In one box they provide a tank, filter system, lighting and possibly a stand too. And tanks come in all sizes, from a desktop mini-ocean in a 15cm-long tank at around RM60 for the kit, to a 25cm tank kit at RM138, or a 30cm one for RM168.

They will all fit on a desk or shelf, all you need is a nearby power point. A further expenditure is then required of around RM200 to RM300 for the gravel, plants and a fish population, and your miniature eco-system is complete.

Is there then a lot of maintenance? Well, with a simple aquarium, the filter may need washing once a week or less, with 20 per cent of the water changed every week or so, but with a small tank this is only a few minutes’ work. The interior glass of the tank will also need periodic cleaning, again a simple job with a small tank.

When you are not around to feed the fish, automatic fish feeders are available to give your finned pets their regular meals for up to one month. Basically, it’s a simple food hopper with a timer attached, which you put above the tank.

As for expertise, the important thing is to keep things simple if you are a novice to the aquarium scene.

Start off with a small tank, preferably a fresh water one, which is much easier to maintain than a salt/sea water tank. Get advice from your aquarium shop. They will tell you not to buy too many, or too large fish.

Start off with cheap fish. Tetras, for example, are colourful and cost as little as a few ringgit each. Do not mix fish that do not get along: fill a tank full of Siamese fighting fish, and after several days you could be left with a single, somewhat overfed survivor!

It is important to clean your new tank and any rocks and gravel you use in it, then let it sit with pure fresh water, without traces of detergents, etc, for 24 hours before populating it with your first fish.

Of course, a small, simple fresh water aquarium is very different from a large salt water tank. The latter can look absolutely stunning, populated with all sorts of vividly coloured fish: clown fish, butterfly fish, shrimps, even sea horses, constantly moving against a kaleidoscope of living coral and anemones.

A sea water aquarium will require far more attention and expertise than a fresh water one, with salt levels and temperature having to be monitored and controlled very closely,

Filters and other ancillaries are also more expensive because of the corrosive salt, and although the fish are not that expensive, the more exotic corals and anemones are certainly not cheap.

Should you wish to go for the ultimate — a large sea water aquarium with a well-populated coral reef, then in a 2.4-metre-long tank with all the extras, this could cost you RM25,000. One surely has to be something of a tropical fish expert to indulge in that sort of sum, and make one mistake, and you have a tank with nothing living, everything having to be replaced and another large bill!

Perhaps better to have a maintenance contract with your local aquarium shop to look after such a tank for you.

Empangan Kenyir / Kenyir Dam



Empangan Kenyir adalah lokasi memancing yang popular di Malaysia. Empangan Kenyir ini terletak di negeri Terengganu, juga dikenali dengan nama Empangan Kenyir merupakan empangan yang sangat luas dengan nama Stesen Kuasa Sultan Mahmud adalah sebuah empangan hidroelektrik utama di Terengganu. Ianya terletak merentasi Sungai Terengganu lebih kurang 50 km ke barat laut Kuala Terengganu. Binaan ini menghasilkan sebuah tasik yang besar dikenali Tasik Kenyir.

Dengan rangkaian sungai yang banyak menghubungi empangan ini, menjadikan ia sebuah lokasi memancing yang terbaik dan mencabar. Empangan yang terletak dikawasan, lembah yang cetek (shallow) ini memberikan pemancing kawasan yang luas untuk aktiviti memancing. Kawasan perkemahan memancing juga amat mudah untuk dijumpai disini.

Terdapat rumah-rumah bot, yang menawarkan perkhidmatan membawa para pemancing ke lokasi-lokasi memancing yang terbaik atau atas pilihan pemancing sendiri ditawarkan dengan harga yang berpatutan.Antara jenis-jenis ikan yang sering terdapat di sini ialah ikan toman, ikan sebarau, ikan baung (catfish), ikan lampam sungai, ikan kelisa (arowana), ikan tapah (giant catfish) dan ikan kelah.

Terdapat juga rangkaian resort-resort budget dan bertaraf kelas pertama disini menawarkan pengalaman bercuti sambil memancing yang menarik disini kepada kaki-kaki pancing.

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