Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Fishy Heaven Diaries

NEUVELLE CALEDONIE
produced by
LE POISSON BANANE



::. Darren Chong .::
::. Fendi .::
::. GouBin .::
::. Eidi .::




DIRECTOR
David BOUE-MANDIL
Rudy BOUE-MANDIL


ASST. DIRECTOR
Stern




Thursday, July 14, 2011

My Secret Reveal

1 of my favourite Combos to any Jigging destination, but not for hunting monster of coz.

Evergreen Poseidon Spinjerker PSPJ603L-5
Stella SW5000 or SW6000
Loaded with PE2 Line

THE ROD
The Skinny and some say "LIDI"

 
THE REEL
No Doubt - performed

 
THE ACTION
Heavily abuse, some frenz bet it will break

 
THE RESULT
The bloody RUBY

K.L Point Rally : 9-10 July 2011

Ringg.. Ringg.. Ringg..
The Phone, The Phone is Ringging...
The Phone... Wan Izhan is there... Look like he is in trouble, here i come :)

Got call from Wan around 4pm on the Friday 8 July 2011.

Eidi : Halloow 
Wan : eidi, you free ar tomollow ?
Eidi : maybe, why ?
Wan : let go Pekan for Ebek rally tomollow for 2 days. Want ar ?
Eidi : hmmmm.. ok sure
Wan : So see there around 7pm at RAMP, you sleep at Indrapura coz i booked oredi.
Eidi : Ok. Thanks, see you there.


Rushing to Pekan equiped with my basic setup for Pekan :-
Jigging : Poseidon Spinjerker 603L-5 Light + Game 3500
Casting : Poseidon OceanHunter 70 + SW5000XG
Jigs : 30g-50g
Lures : 40g-60g

 some of jigs used



 some of casting lures used



THE RESULTS





Tuesday, March 15, 2011

NIMRÓD

The Three In Row " ORIÓN "

 BigFoot 140g & Flapper 130g


Sinking & Skipping



Fusiller & Pinky

Juz Arrivee


Fisherman Crazy Long Jig 320g & 420g

Trusted Fisherman Andaman 185g, 310g & 400g

FCLLABO 320g

SevenSeas The Hooker 280g Glow & Doggie Special

FCLLABO CSP260

Fisherman 105 Crazy Swimmer

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Stella 08 SW Studio Ocean Mark

Before Conversion


Studio Ocean Mark No Limit Handle & Spool


Transformed


Become SW16000SOM


Power Knob


Oval Spool fully loaded with Varivas Avani GT SMP PE8

Saltiga GT Studio Ocean Mark

Before Conversion


Studio Ocean Mark No Limit Handle & Spool


Become ST6300SOM Ver.Z




Loaded with Varivas Avani GT PE8

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Predators Teaser

CraftBait GT Slide Pencil 160g
5/0ST66 / 5/0ST76

CraftBait GT3 150g & 170g
5/0ST66 / 5/0ST76

CraftBait GT2 150g
5/0ST66 / 4/0ST76

HammerHead E-Cup Short 145g
5/0ST66 / 5/0ST76

Orion BigFoot 180g & Orion ConoCono 140g
5/0ST66 / 5/0ST76

Mura-Mura 110g, 120g
4/0ST66

FCLLABO SPP 140g
5/0ST66 / 5/0ST76

Monday, March 7, 2011

The Three Sisters


i) SP80M ; the youngest rated at PE6-8. My best choice to paired it with SW16000SOM on PE8 Avani GT/ SMP.
:::: Light Weight combos for full day popping session. Can handle 140g Cono-Cono & 150g GT2 easily. Also can handle GT Slider very nice.

ii) SP78H ; the mid and rated at PE6-10. My nice combo with SW18000 on PE8 Avani GT/SMP.
:::: Mid Weight for casting up to 170g GT3 & 180g BigFoot.

iii) MH80H ; the eldest and new range of blank construction rated at PE8-10. Choose to paired it with SW18000 on PE8 Avani GT/SMP.
:::: Close to SP78H function & can cast up to 170g GT3 & 180g BigFoot. But more forgiving action compare to SP78H. But still full a lot of power fight compare to SP78H. This is the rod which didn't break my skinny back :)

Need to wait till 3 years to collect this stuff b'coz only produce in limited quantity and some of its was no more in the market b'coz the production was stop by their maker.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Revisit Jarak on March4-6

Last week i got call from my buddy to joining them onboard togather on GT Chaser. Kinda miss Pak Mat, our shy Chef. This trip accompany by 6 person including me. What to say if we need more comfortable while cast & jig, this is the way. Nothing to prepare, just bring along what's already have in my store.

Arsenal Combos :-
:: Poseidon PSPJ410 + SW8000SOM + PE4
:: Poseidon PSPJ603L-5 + SG3500Game + PE2
:: Poseidon POHS70 + SW5000XG + PE2

Teasers:-
:: 40g - 310g jig
:: 28g - 50g Pintail

Hope can land some nice size AngChor, Grouper & MJ as usual :)

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Now Standing 2Gather With My SP's

Next Generation of Monster Hunting Stick

        

After a long wait now it's on My Rack





Konishi San

Monster Hunters. I had the opportunity to test both the 80H RF40 and the 79XH RF45. The 80H has already been released in small numbers and some of you may already have acquired one. The 79XH is the heavier version of this rod and is an international model; that is, it is only for the international market and will not be sold domestically in Japan. This rod will be released during 2011.

I found the 80H to be a very impressive all round rod. I would see it as a PE8-10 rod and it certainly has significant reserves of power down low. In terms of action, I feel the blank has a slightly more progressive action that the EXH. I would suggest both rods are roughly comparable in power. That said, the EXH clearly has a stiffer tip than the 80H. This would be a suitable rod for anyone looking for an all-round rod to throw poppers up to the 170g range and large stickbaits. The rod really does have some power down low. Konishi San landed his biggest GT of the trip on the 80H and he went really, really hard at times with the rod. I liked this rod a lot as an all-round mid-heavy GT rod and I liked it enough where I will be getting one myself.

From the 80H, we take a step up to the 79XH. This rod is another step up in power and I see this as a serious PE10 rod. The tip is probably approaching the EXH is stiffness and while the action is still relatively fast, it has a more forgiving taper than the SP rods like the EXH and UHL. Down low, this rod has loads of power. I found that this rod could take anything I was capable of dishing out on a fish and still had heaps of power in reserve down low. I feel this rod is suitable for poppers up to perhaps the 200g size although I would see around 170-190g as ideal. I will say that I feel that the tip is not strong enough for a King Kong or an I Cup. It will pop lures this size but I think there will be some degree of saturation in the blank. I would, however, see this rod as powerful enough for 95% of anglers who want to work big poppers. From a personal perspective, I will be looking closely at this rod as I have to admit that the UHL is beyond my capabilities these days and probably has been for a few years now. (review by Brandon Khoo, Monster Class Anglers)