Changi Offshore with Ah Chong 681

I'm finding it tough to blog this few weeks because of studies and work. I must say that after blogging for so long, it's really passion that keeps us going on to share what we catch and to open this up to the public.

Anyways, here's one to update what I have been fishing up this past few weeks. Fishing has been rather lukewarm other than the red drum trip and a trip with Ah Chong wasn't too good either....

The day started with rain and strong winds that will probably kill off any trip at Changi waters because this means the water will turn into some teh tarik colour and the fishes will be put off the bite. Nevertheless, we hit some good fishes with ah chong drifting here, there and everywhere...

It'll probably be some time before I head back to Changi again... I will be visiting Pekan in October and Desaru in November before doing some Changi Offshore in December....

Here's the total catch...


Unknown said…
Hi there,

Seems like a reasonable catch given the weather. Would you mind sharing the contact of the boatman and the rate? I would really like to try out boat fishing, but know very little about it.

Thank you very much!

Best regards,
Unknown said…
Hi there,

Not sure if my earlier comment was posted, but mind sharing the boatman contact and the rate? thanks very much!

Nigel said…
Boatman contact ah chong: 96953036

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