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Top 20 Fishing Catch Reports by Jeff at Sembawang in 2022

  🩲 It's the end of 2022 soon. Have you caught your new year resolution fish? Pulling up Captain Underpants top 20 boat and sampan catches of the year, according to my own feelings. If you want to try fishing with Jeff, you can get his contact at this page . Cost sharing trips only! Photos by Jeff FB page ---------------- Unbeatable local mouse grouper! Jeff's Deckies This is a superb tasting fish but he released it. Very weird of him. Massive Barramundi. Look at the size! Sembawang Fishery Port open for business Brilliant ang cho, huge by Changi standards Again a super massive kbl! Monster seabass! Queensland grouper also have Productive sampan fishing from Sembawang Pro Fishing Pond I have to feature myself lah. Another day at Sembawang fishing spot! I also have to feature some of my friends. Wild barramundi with brilliant yellow tail colouration Jeff fought this pretty ang cho right in front of me on very light gear! This floor shot deserves a mention because of the chonky

Sampan Fishing Singapore at Sembawang with Jeff Tsen, Dr Rod from RodStation

Missed another one. It swallowed the bait but didn't hook up correctly. All I got back was some rough leader. Long time never go "Sampan Fishing" already. In fact, my last trip doing it was in 2017 where I caught a decent size mangrove jack (the red red big big kind). I'll state it quite clearly: If you're looking to catch a decent barramundi, a sampan fishing trip is the way to go. No, I am not talking about those Frankenstein kind of barramundi that belong to the kelong nets but the kind that still actively chases large schools of mullet.  Some basic information about sampan trips: The fishing is around the Sembawang area. Jeff has excellent fishing spots where it is snaggy and full of rocks. There are also numerous mullet schools around. These make excellent fishing for barramundi, grouper, snapper, tarpon, barracuda. It is one of those fishing spots in Singapore that you can fish for just a few hours and "get lucky". Super ideal if you don't hav