Fishing Location

Fishing Location(Malaysia)


LOKASI PANCING

KOLAM AIR TAWAR
KUALA LUMPUR
Kolam Pancing Ruskijang Park
Penghujung Kampung Kemensah (Belakang Zoo Negara Hulu Klang)
No.Tel: Hamzah [013-3603738]
Blog: Ruskijang Park
Kolam Pancing Joran Terjun
Penghujung Kampung Kemensah
(Belakang Zoo Negara Hulu Klang)
No.Tel: Zul [019-2054447]
Kolam Pancing Wu Ping
Jln Kuari Kampung Cheras Baru
No.Tel: 012-3038408
Kolam Pancing Hilltop
Belakang Bangunan Minlon, Jalan Balakong
Kolam Pancing Taman Desa Fishing Sport
Lebuhraya KL-Seremban (Susur masuk PJ/Shah Alam)
SELANGORKolam Pancing Bai World
Tasik Puteri
Website: Bai-World
Kolam Pancing Kail DesaBatu Arang, Rawang
Kolam Pancing De Heritage
Ulu Yam
No.Tel: 016-3769863
Kolam Pancing Wood Resort
Ulu Yam
Kolam Pancing Bisikan Bayu
Kg Baru Cina, Kerling, Hulu Selangor
(bersebelahan Kolam Air Panas)
No.Tel: 012-9277113
Kolam Pancing Pak Hamid
Felda Gedangsa, Hulu Selangor
012-6326818, 016-5635805
Kolam Pancing Danau Rimba
Lot 1170, Jalan Sungai Buaya, Sungai Choh, Selangor
No.Tel: 013-2271071
Kolam Pancing Kesuma Rimba
Belakang Fasa 3, Bandar Tasik Kesuma, Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Seri Bayu Tekala
Batu 30, Sungai Tekala, Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Sukida
Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Rinching
Batu 23 1/2, Jalan Rinching 2, Kampung Rinching Hulu, Semenyih
013-6044099, 019-2334922
Kolam Pancing Pak Ali
Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Fish Valley
Taman Sri Haneco, Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Tangguk-Tangguk
Semenyih
Kolam Pancing Laguna
Belakang stesen Shell Kelana Jaya
Kolam Pancing Asli Kota Damansara
Kota Damansara
Kolam Pancing Sungai Kandis
Sungai Kandis, Klang/Banting
Kolam Pancing Batu Bata
Shah Alam
Kolam Pancing Hyperlink
Lot 920, Jalan Besar, Kg Bukit Lanchong, Shah Alam
Kolam Pancing Taman Perdana Putra
Taman Perdana Putra, Puchong
No.Tel: 013-3976522
Kolam Pancing Danau Serendah
Serendah
Kolam Pancing Air Bukit Kalumpang
Kalumpang, Selangor
Kolam Pancing Sabare
Lot 467, Kampung Sesapan, Batu Rembau, Beranang
Blog: Sebare
Kolam Pancing Seven Lakes
Kuala Pajam, Batang Benar, Beranang
Kolam Pancing Mulia Jaya
Beranang, Selangor
Kolam Pancing Big Boss
Tasik Biru, Kundang
Kolam Pancing Tow Foo Sport Fishing
Kundang
Kolam Pancing Lubuk Gahal
Kg Sungai Gahal, Bt 14, Hulu Langat
Kolam Pancing Danau Biru
Bangi
Kolam Pancing Angler’s Lounge
Sungai Buah, Bangi
Kolam Pancing Fifofo
Desa Pinggiran, Putrajaya
NEGERI SEMBILAN
Kolam Pancing PK Entertainments
Panchor, Seremban
Kolam Pancing Hj Omar
Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan
Kolam Pancing Sri Patin
Panchor, Paroi
Kolam Pancing Pak Ali
Panchor, Paroi
Kolam Pancing Abrimas
Kuala Sawah, Rantau (bersebelahan Sungai Linggi)
Tel: Shakir [019-6787489], Rizal [019-2123114]
Kolam Pancing Sawah Agro
Rantau
Kolam Pancing Alang Salleh
Rantau
Kolam Pancing F’Best Kiosk (Homestay)
Serting Hilir, Jempol
Kolam Pancing Safirus
Kg Bukit Perah, Seri Menanti
Kolam Pancing Marual
Seri Menanti
Kolam Pancing PPRT Kg Gedang
Teraci, Kuala Pilah
Kolam Pancing Nusantara Adventure Enterprise
Kampung Jerengkang Hilir, Labu
MELAKA
Kolam Pancing Joran Utama
KM.9, Jalan Ayer Molek-Tehel
No.Tel: 012-9104750
Kolam Pancing Taman Rekreasi Ikan Duyung
Duyung, Melaka
No.Tel: 06-2682000, 06-2921900
Kolam Pancing Apek
Ayer Keroh
Kolam Pancing Sarip
Jalan Solok Gaung-Ayer Molek
Kolam Pancing Semabok
Jalan Melaka-Muar (tepi lebuhraya)
JOHOR
Kolam Pancing San Sue
Tanjung Labuh, Batu Pahat
Kolam Pancing Payamas
Tangkak
Kolam Pancing Jentayu
Cahaya Baru, Masai
PAHANG
Kolam Pancing Gemeti
Bentong
Kolam Pancing Delta Bersatu
Kuala Lanar, Kuala Lipis
No.Tel: Tahir [019-9201477]
Kolam Pancing Kampung Goa
Kg Goa, Padang Tengku, Kuala Lipis
Kolam Pancing Kampung Melaka
Kechau, Kuala Lipis
Kolam Pancing Kama
Merapoh, Jalan Kuala Lipis – Gua Musang
Tel: Kama [017-9674298]
Kolam Pancing Ulu Dong
Dong, Raub
Tel: 016-9331449
Kolam Pancing Tasik Ria
Dong, Raub
Kolam Pancing Temau
Raub
Kolam Pancing Paya Teras
Maran
Kolam Pancing Man Gear Box
Temerloh
No.Tel: Man [019-9422445]
Kolam Pancing Potong Kona
Keratong 10, Rompin

KELANTAN
Kolam Pancing Oasis Park
Padang Sembilan, Kuala Krai
No.Tel: Rani [019-9119550]
Kolam Pancing DRT
Telekong, Kuala Krai
Kolam Pancing Jati Solution
Kampung Kolam, Pak Badol, Pasir Puteh
Kolam Pancing Mahaderas
Kampung Jelor, Pasir Puteh
Kolam Pancing Sri Garden
Tanah Merah
Kolam Pancing Abe Man
Kg Bendang Nyiur, Tanah Merah
Kolam Pancing Kampung Tiong
Pasir Hor, Kota Bharu
Kolam Pancing Hutan Kuin
Machang

PERLIS
Kolam Pancing Kampung Penghulu Jaafar
Padang Melangit, Perlis
No.Tel: 017-4027417
KEDAH
Kolam Pancing Dinamik
Batu Puteh, Sg Karangan Kulim
No.Tel: 012-4597506
Kolam Pancing Che Manis
Sungai Tengas, Kulim
Kolam Pancing Pak Ngah
Kulim
Kolam Pancing Bukit Pekaka
Kuala Ketil
Kolam Pancing Chia Bee
Sungai Petani
Kolam Pancing Harian Dy’Lima
Kg Kerkau, Mukim Guar Kepayang, Pendang
Kolam Pancing SERAdRELAXS @ SERA
Pulai, Baling
PULAU PINANG
Kolam Pancing Machang Bubok
Bukit Mertajam
Kolam Pancing Mengkuang
Bukit Mertajam
Kolam Pancing Yakin Boleh
Pokok Machang
Kolam Pancing Tambun
Tambun, Simpang Ampat
PERAK
Kolam Pancing Shariff World
Lot 1917, Kampung Bedrock, Batu 4m Jalan Sungkai, Bidor
No.Tel: Shariff [019-5709961]
Kolam Pancing Virgin River
Tanjung Malim
Tel: 013-3309693
Kolam Pancing Bukit Gantang
Bukit Gantang
Kolam Pancing Belontok
Chemor
Kolam Pancing Wak Nan
Chemor
Kolam Pancing Taman Wing OnnGunung Lang, Depan Petronas, Jalan Kuala Kangsar, Ipoh
Kolam Pancing Botani
Simpang Pulai, Ipoh
Kolam Pancing Sungai Piah
Jalan Simpang Pulai – Cameron Highland
Kolam Pancing Baiduri
Lawan Kuda, Kota Bharu, Gopeng
Kolam Pancing Kurau Stone
Kg Batu Bertindan, Batu Kurau, Taiping
SABAH
Kolam Pancing Kampung Labak
Papar
KOLAM AIR MASIN
KUALA LUMPUR
Kolam Pancing Sportfishing Sentul
Taman Pelangi, Jalan Sentul/Gombak
SELANGOR
Kolam Pancing Sealion
Kampung Baru Bagan Hailam, Port Klang
Kolam Pancing Kg Delek
Kg Delek, Port Klang
Kolam Pancing Subang
Jalan Kampung Baru Subang, Shah Alam
Kolam Pancing May Jing
Jalan Kampung Baru Subang, Shah Alam
Kolam Pancing Kuala Selangor
No.Tel: 012-2299443, 016-3277442
Kolam Pancing Desa Aman
Kg Desa Aman, Kepong/Sungai Buloh (berhampiran lebuhraya LDP menutu Sungai Buloh)
Kolam Pancing Wong
Rawang (bersebelahan stesen Petronas)
Kolam Pancing Templer
No.1, Templer Resort
Kolam Pancing Green Paradise
Batu 11 1/2, Jalan Ipon, Rawang
No.Tel: 03-60925275
Kolam Pancing Bukit Idaman
Selayang, Selangor
PERLIS
Kolam Pancing Crabhouse
Kuala Perlis
KEDAH
Kolam Pancing 3F Agro
25A, Kampung Sungai Jagung, Sungai Petani
No.Tel: 012-5293465, 013-4254055, 017-5473038
MELAKA
Kolam Pancing Melaka Raya
Melaka
JOHOR
Kolam Pancing Danga Bay
Johor Bahru
No.Tel: 017-7268892
Kolam Pancing Senibong
Permas Jaya
Kolam Pancing Teluk Jawa
Masai
Kolam Pancing Sun Leng
Permas Jaya
Kolam Pancing Bagan
Batu Pahat

TERENGGANU
Kolam Pancing Siakap Abang Sari
Chukai, Kemaman
KELANTANKolam Pancing 8 Pari
Tok Sadang, Pengkalan Chepa
Tel: 019-9968090, 019-92552243
Kolam Pancing Kampung Tiong
Pasir Hor, Kota Bharu
KOLAM UDANG
KUALA LUMPUR
Kolam Pancing Empire
Wangsa Link, Wangsa Maju
Kolam Pancing Empire
Seksyen 1, Wangsa Maju
Kolam Pancing Fatty
Platinum Walk, Danau Kota, Setapak
SELANGOR
Kolam Pancing Udang MRM
Belakang Balai Polis Alam Megah, Seksyen 27, Shah Alam
Kolam Pancing Udang Selayang
Lot A, 2712, Jalan SU30, Selayang Utama, Batu Caves
Kolam Pancing Udang Galah Setia Unjun
Kg Batu Dua, Tebuk Pulai, Sabak Bernam
Tel: Halim [012-2240617], Hakim [019-3484807]
NEGERI SEMBILAN
Kolam Pancing Udang TrueAqua
Ulu Bendul, Kuala Pilah

PERAK
Kolam Udang Kg Kepayang
Berdekatan Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Tel: Rahim [013-4416873], Nooraini [019-5491624]
SUNGAI
Sungai Kedah – Kedah
Sungai Teling – Kedah
Sungai Sidam – Kedah
Sungai Kinta – Perak
Sungai Perak – Perak
Sungai Dinding – Perak
Sungai Slim – Perak
Sungai Batang Padang – Perak
Sungai Kerian – Perak
Sungai Dulang – Perak
Sungai Tengi – Selangor
Sungai Besar – Selangor
Sungai Sepang – Selangor
Sungai Timun – Negeri Sembilan
Sungai Kota Tinggi – Johor
Sungai Sedili Kecil – Johor
Sungai Jeram – Pahang
Sungai Pahang – Pahang
Sungai Keniam – Pahang
Sungai Lipis – Pahang
Sungai Jelai – Pahang
Sungai Tahan – Pahang
Taman Negara – Pahang
Sungai Tembeling – Pahang
Sungai Dungun – Terengganu
Sungai Paka – Terengganu
Sungai Mukah – Sarawak
Sungai Oya – Sarawak
Sungai Penipah – Sarawak
Sungai Daro – Sarawak
Sungai Padas – Sabah
TASIK/AMPANGAN
Ampangan Pedu – Kedah
Ampangan Muda – Kedah
Ampangan Ahning – Kedah
Tasik Dayang Bunting – Kedah
Tasik Temenggor – Perak
Tasik Raban – Perak
Teluk Cenderoh – Perak
Tasik Bukit Merah – Perak
Tasik Air Ganda – Perak
Tasik Kenering – Perak
Tasik Banding – Perak
Tasik Pelasari – Selangor
Ampangan Sungai Pusu – Selangor
Tasik Paya Bungor – Pahang
Tasik Bera – Pahang
Tasik Chini – Pahang
Tasik Kenyir – Terengganu
Tasik Pergau – Kelantan
PULAU
Pulau Tuba – Kedah
Pulau Payar – Kedah
Pulau Langkawi – Kedah
Pulau Songsong – Kedah
Pulau Bidan – Kedah
Pulau Telor – Kedah
Pulau Aman – Pulau Pinang
Pulau Pangkor – Perak
Pulau Sembilan – Perak
Pulau Lalang – Perak
Pulau Agas – Perak
Pulau Ketam – Selangor
Pulau Angsa – Selangor
Pulau Tekukur – Selangor
Pulau Upeh – Melaka
Pulau Sibu – Johor
Pulau Rawa – Johor
Pulau Kukup – Johor
Pulau Tinggi – Johor
Pulau Acheh – Pahang
Pulau Tioman – Pahang
Pulau Lang Tengah – Terengganu
Pulau Tenggol – Terengganu
Pulau Perhentian – Terengganu
Pulau Redang – Terengganu
Pulau Kapas – Terengganu
Pulau Besar – Terengganu
Pulau Sekijang – Terengganu
Pulau Pasir Takir – Terengganu
Pulau Talang-Talang – Sarawak
Pulau Satang – Sarawak
Pulau Lakei – Sarawak
Pulau Sipadan – Sabah
Pulau Mabul – Sabah
Pulau Layang-Layang – Sabah
Pulau Tiga – Sabah
Pulau Gaya – Sabah
Pulau Sebatik – Sabah
Pulau Jambongan – Sabah
Pulau Ligitan – Sabah
Pulau Tabawan – Sabah
Pulau Banggi – Sabah
Pulau Mengalum – Sabah
KELONG @ RUMAH RAKIT
JOHOR
Tiram Fishing & Resort
Tel: 013-7000050
Rumah Rakit Kong-Kong
Johor Bahru
No.Tel: 019-7240622
Rumah Rakit Kuala Danga
Johor Bahru
No.Tel: 016-7140676
Rumah Rakit Selayang
Johor Bahru
Kelong Ah Fatt
Tanjung Leman, Johor
Kelong Sri Pantai
Pontian
No.Tel: Kamal [019-7566442]
SELANGOR
Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort
Sabak Bernam
No.Tel: 012-6557280, 017-5562922
Kelong Mahmud
Bagan Lalang
No.Tel: 019-6611448


Senarai Tekong Di Malaysia


Johor Desaru - Mohd Shah : 012-7629336
Johor Johor Bharu - JD Artac : 907-2327168 & 019-7251340
Johor Johor Bharu - Mackerel Enterprise : 016-7513618 & 016-7519066
Johor Johor Bharu - South China Sea Fishing Charter : 019-7619509 & 012-7373769
Johor Karang Emas / Pulau Batu Putih - Badul : 016-730 6527
Johor Karang Emas / Pulau Batu Putih - Zulkifli Laiman 019-7897942
Johor Mersing/Pemanggil/Aur/Sibu/Tinggi - Eddy Duyung 012-2476126
Johor Mersing - Ah Tea : 019-7535147 & 019-7075699
Johor Mersing - MG Sea sports : 012-7169218 & 07-7991802
Johor Mersing/Pulau Tioman - Zamros Hj Md. Dom 012-7692765 & 013-7992659 & 07-7992672
Johor Penyabong - Abg Zali - Bot 7 org - 012-7655583
Johor Penyabung - Pak Nik : 012-7308708 / 019-7425021
Johor Penyabung / Pulau Seribuat / Tokong Burung - Aziz : 016-7940763
Johor Penyabung / Pulau Seribuat / Tokong Burung - Mustapha Abu Bakar 012-9555415
Johor Penyabong - Aziz : 016-7940763
Johor Penyabong - Mat : 019-7046314
Johor Penyabong - Mat SB : 012-7295817
Johor Pulau Aur - Dayang Blues Resort : 07-3536055 & 010-7770579
Johor Pulau Kukup - Pak Wai : 016-7276095.
Johor Pulau Pemanggil Heaven Resort - Pak Dagang/Zurai : 013-7768927 & 019-7690407
Johor Pulau Tinggi - Zakaria Mohamad : 019-7636880
Johor Pulau.Pemanggil - Jacky : 019-7657946
Johor Sedili - Ariffin 07-8829942
Johor Sedili - Din : 019-7208401
Johor Sedili - Mohd : 013-7897478
Johor Sedili - Nizam : 019-7380603
Johor Sedili - Pak Ali : 013-7641987
Johor Sedili - Pak Aris : 019-6241457
Johor Sedili - Pakcik Embong : 07-8829686
Johor Sedili - Pian : 013-7068991
Johor Sedili - Anuar : 0197633473
Johor Sedili - Halim : 019-7835112
Johor Sedili - Pak Adam : 019-7959879
Johor Sg Tiram/ Pengelih/ Kongkong - Hishamudin Norita : 013-7069436

KedahTuas Yan - Abg Cha : 0134266181
KedahTuas Yan - An : 019-5946299
KedahTuas Yan - Eddy : 019-4074462
Kedah Kuala Muda - Ah Soon : 016-4560630
Kedah Pulau Bidan/ Bunting/ Songsong - Ahmad Luthuffi : 019-4707605
Kedah Langkawi - Alu-Alu Sportfishing : 019-2186699 & 019-2425360
Kedah Langkawi - Bet : 017-4812958
Kedah Tuas Yan - Halim Dulang : 019-5577406
Kedah Dam Kuala Muda - Ismail : 04-7521730
Kedah Langkawi Estuary and inshore fishing : 012-4570172 & 049666172
Kedah Langkawi - Mak Long Sopiah : 019-4170083
Kedah Langkawi - Moh Seng : 012-4868953
Kedah Tuas Yan - Shidan : 019-4643351
Kedah Pulau Bidan/ Bunting/ Songsong - Syukur Abdullah : 013-5999916.
Kedah Tuas Yan - Zol Ahmadi Ahmad @ Wan Dulang : 013-4664872
Kedah Langkawi - Zubir (GT Popping) 017-4812958

Kelantan Sekitar Perairan Kelantan - Pok Leh : 09-6910988

Melaka Pulau Besar - Sham : 012-3620790
Melaka Anjung Batu - Hasnol: 012-2350193
Melaka - Man Misai: 0122762052

Negeri Sembilan Bagan Lalang/ Lukut - Eddy : 013-6362335
Negeri Sembilan Lukut - Azrul Bot fiber 5 org : 017-3480361 & 012-9147643
Negeri Sembilan Port Dickson - Abg Mie : 012-6856185
Negeri Sembilan Port Dickson - Apit : 012-6310242
Negeri Sembilan Port Dikson - Lau : 019-6614045

Pahang Endau - Edie : 012-7598441
Pahang Kuala Pahang - Supian Keranda : 012-9558237
Pahang Kuala Rompin - Ah Liang : 012-9012383
Pahang Kuala Rompin - Ah Pau : 012-9542288
Pahang Kuala Rompin - Steven Choong : 09-4146652 & 019-9458508
Pahang Kuala Rompin Hassan : 017-9632482
Pahang Kuala Rompin Seafishing : 019-2216847 & 010-2256466 & 03-90192245
Pahang Kuantan - Fendi : 017-9071329
Pahang Kuantan - Sea Star Fishing Charter : 09-5666819
Pahang Kuantan - Sulaiman : 014-8107953
Pahang Kuantan - Taha : 012-9388386
Pahang Merchong - Kamal : 010-9870214
Pahang Merchong Chalet - Yaziz : 019-9866749
Pahang Merchong/ Nenasi - Mohamad : 09-4170778
Pahang Merchong/ Nenasi - Mohd Tarmizi Hassan : 017-9502661
Pahang Mersing/ Tioman - Zaff : 013-7525746
Pahang Nenasi - Abg Mat Maggie Bot 8 org : 012-9533906
Pahang Nenasi - Mat Meggi : 012-9533906
Pahang Nenasi/ Pulau Berhala/ Karang Cha - Alias @ Ngah Yah : 012-9533906
Pahang Pekan - Abg Daud Bot 8 org : 017-9633862
Pahang Pekan - Ah Boy : 012-9577455
Pahang Pekan - Aris Tenggiri : 012-3665625
Pahang Pekan - Azhari : 013-9570397
Pahang Pekan - Chan Kok Fong 012-9889823 & 09-4223062
Pahang Pekan - Ikan Hantu : 09-4222180
Pahang Pekan - Ikan Masin : 012-9887455
Pahang Pekan - Jefri : 019-9040009 & 012 9491957
Pahang Pekan - Mansur :013-9415930
Pahang Pekan - Mohamad Tan - 09-4170778
Pahang Pekan - Pak Mat : 013-9630159
Pahang Pekan - Ricky Tay : 019-9586838 & 012-9833655
Pahang Pekan - Hong Sotong : 013-2282116, 012-9516748
Pahang Pulau Tioman - Abdul Rahman : 09-4120342
Pahang Pulau Tioman - Dazali Abdul Karim @ Ghani : 013-6094623
Pahang Pulau Tioman/Rompin - Pak Mat : 019-9840962
Pahang Rompin - Pak Mat Otai : 013-9630159
Pahang Rompin - Roslee Bahari : 012-7605399 & 07-7944198
Pahang Rompin - Hafiz : 017-5060252
Pahang Rompin - Ros : 017-9265869
Pahang Sg Rompin udang galah - Sim Bin Tan 019-9536027
Pahang Tioman Beauty Beach Resort (fishing package) : 07-7994995 & 07-7994678

Perak Kinta - Bang Mie : 017 5387069
Perak Air Ganda Lake - Aji : 05-7910511
Perak Banding Island Resort : 05-7921791 Fax: 05-7921793
Perak Damai Laut - Leong Seng : 019-5561775
Perak Damai Laut - Muara Setia Kawan : 012-4304882
Perak Damai Laut - Tan Siang : 05-6914541
Perak GT Chaser Pulau Sembilan - Ah Ho : 019-5165885
Perak Kuala Gula - Radzif Bot 3 org : 012-3283476
Perak Kuala Gula Bot 3 org - Dyrul : 012-2176396
Perak Lembah Belum Recreation Center : 012-4836903 & 011-458677
Perak Lumut - Ocean Star : 05-6835007 & 010-5101583
Perak Lumut - Ocean Star : 05-6835007 & 010-5101583
Perak Pulau Jarak - Emi : 012-5434706
Perak Pulau Jarak Jeti Hutan Melintang - Ah Heng : 012-5030789
Perak Pulau Pangkor - Sea View Resort : 05-6851605 & 011-511779
Perak Pulau Pangkor - Sea View Resort : 05-6851605 & 011-511779
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Ah Kang Bot kayu 8 org - 05-6852813
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Azaril @ Along 017-5532811 & 019-2121272
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Bang Man : 019-5157186
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Bot fiber 3 org Mat Radhi : 019-4202008
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Bot fiber 5 org Bro Rosli : 019-2762528 & 016-9135339
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Mr Woo Boat Seagull : 019-2424026
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Pak Osman Bot kayu 8 org : 012:5566915
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Pak Razak Bot kayu 8 org : 017-5492637
Perak Pulau Sembilan - Pak Usup Cekodok : 012-5625539 & 019-5063007
Perak Pulau Sembilan New Happy Star Fishing Charter - Ah Wong : 012-4570155
Perak Pulau Sembilan - A.D : 019-5748722
Perak Sg Dulang udang galah - Pak Atan : 019-5448746
Perak Sg Dulang udang galah - Pak Basarudin : 05-6221402
Perak Sg Dulang udang galah - Pak Yop : 05-6488801 & 019-4137425
Perak Tasik Banding - Jay :012-2241774
Perak Tasik Banding - Nua: 017-5807490
Perak Tasik Bersia - Ali : 019-5481377
Perak Tasik Bersia - Izan 019-5277535
Perak Temenggor Dam - Mohd Shah : 05-7914873
Perak Temenggor Dam boathouse - Steve Khong : 012-5228503 & 012-5249184
Perak Temenggor Dam Boathouse - Yussof : 017-4665266
Perak Kuala Selinsing, Ismail.... 019 4100910

Perlis Tukun Perak - Albert : 012-5504288

Pulau Pinang Jambatan Pulau Pinang - Pak Husin : 012-4875041
Pulau Pinang Kalong &Pulau Jerjak - PakNgah Salim : 017-4205480
Pulau Pinang Penang - Ah Chuan : 04-8851372
Pulau Pinang Penang - Ah San : 019-4779696
Pulau Pinang Penang - Ah Sia : 019-4144246
Pulau Pinang Pulau Kendi - En Rahman : 013-4886179
Pulau Pinang Pulau Kendi - Cheong : 012-5592310
Pulau Pinang Teluk Ketumbar - Khor Jo Sing: 04-6491864
Pulau Pinang Ah Eng .. 013-5151550 @ 012-4110881
Pulau Pinang Pulau Aman... Tekong Zul 016 5976979

Sabah Kota Kinabalu - Ah Peng Lucky Star : 016-8471799
Sabah Kota Kinabalu - Bernard Chan : 012-8245050
Sabah Kota Kinabalu - KK Lau : 019-8107406
Sabah Kota Kinabalu - Leonard &Steven : 019-8209322 & 019-8103689
Sabah Kota Kinabalu Melvin (Ah Ping) Bot kayu 12 org : 016-8471799
Sabah Labuan - Deepsea : 019-8821616
Sabah Sandakan - jack : 013-5447491
Sabah Sandakan - Ricky Fan : 012-8173688
Sabah Spratly - Patrick Song : 019-8896739

Sarawak Bintulu - Ah Che : 019-8352322
Sarawak Bintulu - Awa : 019-8851176
Sarawak Bintulu - Chop Sim Kwang Heng : 086-316995
Sarawak Bintulu - Daud : 012-8049277
Sarawak Bintulu - Hj. Amin : 019-8566905
Sarawak Bintulu - Kelana : 012-8721486
Sarawak Bintulu Pian : 017-8575388
Sarawak Bintulu - Zaini : 013-8077421
Sarawak Kuching - Bot fiber berkabin 7 org Nyo : 014-8781680 & 019-8345636
Sarawak Kuching - Clement Chai : 013-8096186
Sarawak Kuching - Collin Yeo : 012-3273771
Sarawak Kuching - Raymond : 016-8987752
Sarawak Lundu - Bot 3 org Jemali : 013-8489330
Sarawak Lundu - Bot 3 org Mat Bajo : 013-8261709
Sarawak Lundu - Cikgu Mawi Bot 3 org : 014-8987569
Sarawak Miri - Ah Tee : 019-8741251
Sarawak Mukah - Bot fiber 5 org Elis : 013-5635757
Sarawak Mukah - Bot kayu 12 org Nasir : 019-8982768
Sarawak Sea fishing charter -Collin Yeo : 012-3273771 & 012-3983771
Sarawak Seahawk Angling Charter : 016-8869179 & 082-239179
Sarawak Semariang - Awang Karno : 012-8880262
Sarawak Sibu - Jakson Yi : 084-337186
Sarawak Sibu - Steve Ting : 017-2227177

Selangor Jeram - Wak Khalid : 019-349 6074
Selangor Jeram & Kuala Selangor - Pak Abu : 019-6953841
Selangor Klanang Banting - Mail : 013-6607108
Selangor Kuala Selangor - Ah Ping : 016-2700823
Selangor One Fanthom Bank - Sujak : 019-6644444
Selangor One Fanthom Bank Kelang - Samad : 016-2771381
Selangor Pendamar & Pulau Ketam - Hadi PAC : 016-2916433
Selangor Port Kelang - Along : 012-3432504
Selangor Port Kelang - Ayob : 016-9167725
Selangor Port Kelang - Bain : 016-2465262
Selangor Port Kelang - Bot fiber K &K : 019-3040823
Selangor Port Kelang - Charles Joseph : 016-3314913
Selangor Port Kelang - Cikgu Azim : 019-2766959
Selangor Port Kelang - Isa : 019-2351044
Selangor Port Kelang - Joran Sakti : 017-3918565
Selangor Port Kelang - Maswan : 017-3916989
Selangor Port Kelang - Mat Isa : 017-2466617
Selangor Port Kelang - Mayong Gila : 019-2512970
Selangor Port Kelang - Musib : 016-3173336
Selangor Port Kelang - Mustakim : 019-3280778
Selangor Port Kelang - Pak Hassan : 016-3483354
Selangor Port Kelang - Pak Tam Kejol : 012-3709922
Selangor Port Kelang - Tuah : 016-6871040
Selangor Port Kelang - Zul : 012-6027124
Selangor Pulau Ketam - Bot fiber 5 org Izham : 019-2073069
Selangor Pulau Ketam - Shaari : 012-6674887
Selangor Pulau Ketam &Angsa fishing : 03-33717702 & 012-6529696
Selangor Sabak Bernam Kapal Pecah - Bot 8 org Jamal : 016-2698293
Selangor Sasaran sea fishing boat charter - Ah Leh : 012-2655810
Selangor Sg Besar - Ah Teng : 012-6963436
Selangor Sg Besar - Lobster : 012-2326620
Selangor Sg Kuantan - Salehudin Samon : 013-9088806
Selangor Sg. Besar - Dolphin 4 & Bot kayu 10 org Ah Dik : 012-6963436
Selangor Tanjong Karang Kembara Kail Titanic - Nazry : 017-3030860.
selangor tanjong karang udang galah-hj mat : 019-3839845
Selangor rumah rakit Teluk Gong Klang-Suhaimi;0167155380

Terengganu Dungun - Hakim : 019-9804083
Terengganu Dungun - Pak Din : 012-9646846
Terengganu Gem Island Resort : 03-2824884 & 09-6232100
Terengganu Kemaman - Wan Budin : 013-9211584
Terengganu Kenyir Boathouse- Loke Ming : 019-6197505
Terengganu Kenyir Boathouse- Pokpar : 019-9625835 & 017-9844355
Terengganu Kenyir Boathouse- Saudara Ramli Mustafa (Melli) 019-9900484
Terengganu Kenyir Boathouse- Tasik Kenyir BoathouseTourist Information Center (Gawi): 09-6267788 & 010-9340101
Terengganu Kuala Besut Pelantar Minyak Terengganu - Pak Mat : 019-9422825
Terengganu Kuala Terengganu - Pak Awang : 012-9227363.
Terengganu Kuala Terengganu (Jeti Chendering) - Bot 15 org En. Hadi : 013-9161635
Terengganu Kuala Terengganu Off Shore : 09-6173822 & 018-6895219
Terengganu Marang Candat Sotong - Pak Harun : 019-9630159
Terengganu Marang & Pulau Kapas - Pak Harun : 019-9956136
Terengganu Pelantar Minyak - Pak Itam : 019-9403715
Terengganu Petang Island Resort : 09-6222176 & 09-6221276
Terengganu Pulau Tenggol - Zailani : 016-6224565
Terengganu Redang & Bidung Sea fishing - Drek Goh : 09-6531136 & 019-9563886
Terengganu Tenggol Marine: 017-8705648 & 018-8359609 & 018-8356225




Nama Tekong Dan Contact Di Malaysia
Perlis:
1. Albert - Tukun Perak (Jeti Kuala Perlis) - 0125504288


Kedah:
1. Shidan - Tuas Yan - 019464 3351
2. Halim Dulang - Tuas Yan - 0195577406
3. Abg Cha - Tuas Yan - 0134266181


Pulau Pinang:
1. Khor Jo Sing - Teluk Ketumbar - 046491864
2. Ah Chuan - Penang - 048851372
3. Ah San - Penang - 0194779696
4. Ah Sia - Penang - 0194144246


Perak:
1. Pak Osman - P9 - Bot kayu 8 org - 0125566915
2. Pak Razak - P9 - Bot kayu 8 org - 0175492637
3. Pak Usup - P9 - 0195063007
4. Ah Kang - P9 - Bot kayu 8 org - 056852813
5. Ah Ho GT Chaser - Pulau Jarak - 0195165885
6. Mr Woo Boat Seagull - Pulau Jarak - 019242 4026
7. Mat Radhi - P9 - Bot fiber 3 org - 0194202008
8. Bro Rosli - P9 - Bot fiber 5 org - 0192762528 / 0169135339
9. Ah Heng - Pulau Jarak (Jeti Hutan Melintang) - 0125030789
10. Bang Man - P9 - 0195157186
11. Dyrul - Kuala Gula - Bot 3 org - 0122176396
12. Radzif - Kuala Gula - Bot 3 org - 0123283476


Selangor:
1. KK - Port Klang - Bot fiber - 0193040823
2. Joran Sakti - Port Klang - Bot fiber - 0173918565
3. Samad - OFB - 0162771381
4. Sujak - OFB - 0196644444
5. Ah Dik Dolphin 4 - Sg. Besar - Bot kayu 10 org - 0126963436
6. Izham - Pulau Ketam - Bot fiber 5 org - 0192073069
7. Jamal - Kapal Pecah Sabak Bernam (Jeti Tali Air Sabak Bernam) - Bot 8 org - 0162698293
8. Pak Abu - Jeram / Kuala Selangor - 0196953841


Negeri Sembilan:
1. Abg Nuai - Perairan PD (Jeti Teluk Kemang) - 014264287
2. Azrul - Lukut - Bot fiber 5 org - 0173480361 / 0129147643


Melaka:


Johor:
1. Ariffin - Sedili - 078829942
2. Pak Ali - Sedili - 0137641987
3. Nizam - Sedili - 0197380603
4. Pian - Sedili - 0137068991
5. Pak Aris - Sedili - 0196241457
6. Abg Zali - Penyabong - Bot 7 org - 0127655583


Pahang:
1. Chan - Pekan - 0129889823
2. Mansur - Pekan - 0139415930
3. Hassan - Rompin - 0179632482
4. Taha - Kuantan - 0129388386
5. Aris Tenggiri - Pekan (Jeti Kuala Pahang) - 0123665625
6. Azhari - Pekan (Jeti LKIM Kuala Pahang) - 0139570397
7. Abg Mat Maggie - Nenasi - Bot 8 org - 0129533906
8. Abg Daud - Pekan - Bot 8 org - 0179633862
9. Edie - Endau - 0127598441


Terengganu:
1. Pak Din - Dungun - 0129646846
2. Hakim - Dungun - 0199804083
3. Che Mat - Pelantar Minyak Terengganu (Jeti Kuala Besut) - 0199422825
4. Pak Itam - Pelantar Minyak Terengganu - 0199403715
5. En. Hadi - Kuala Terengganu (Jeti Chendering) - Bot 15 org - 0139161635


Kelantan:


Sabah:
1. Melvin (Ah Ping) - KK - Bot kayu 12 org - 0168471799
2. Jack - Sandakan - 0135447491


Sarawak:
1. Elis - Mukah - Bot fiber 5 org - 0135635757
2. Nasir - Mukah - Bot kayu 12 org - 0198982768
3. Nyo - Kuching - Bot fiber berkabin 7 org - 0148781680 / 0198345636
4. Ah Che - Bintulu - 0198352322
5. Awa - Bintulu - 0198851176
6. Daud - Bintulu - 0128049277
7. Hj. Amin - Bintulu - 0198566905
8. Kelana - Bintulu - 0128721486
9. Pian - Bintulu - 0178575388
10. Zaini - Bintulu - 0138077421
11. Jemali - Lundu - Bot 3 org - 0138489330
12. Mat Bajo - Lundu - Bot 3 org - 0138261709
13. Cikgu Mawi - Lundu - Bot 3 org - 0148987569

Fishing Charters


Singapore Boat Fishing Charters


BoatmanContactAreaCharge SizeTimePaxPrawnIceToiletPicRemarks
Ah Bee9161 8895Changi
Ubin
$350WD
$380WE
27'x7' Fibreglass0700
-1700
5NoYesYes--
Ah Chai9101 4520Changi$300ED43' Wooden0700
-1730
10NoNoYesWebsite
Ah Eng9665 4730Southern
Islands
$450ED> 50' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
0800
-1700
10NoYesYesNight fishing available
Ah Fong9784 7166Changi$400ED?' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
?10NoNoYesBuy prawns/ice from floating farm
James9066 8324Punggol
Changi
$300?' Fibreglass
(Inboard Engine)
0900
-1700
61kgYesYes-
Raju9746 1410Changi
Hyundai
$350WD
$450WE
?' Fibreglass
(Inboard Engine)
0830
-1830
6NoYesYes-
Ah Chong
(Changi)
9695 3036Changi$220WD
$250WE
40' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
0800
-1730
10NoYesYesBuy prawns/ice from floating farm
Ah Tan
(Cheng)
9431 3191Southern
Islands
$250ED30'x6.5' Fibreglass
(Outboard Engine)
?5-6??NoNight fishing available
Ah Long9674 0622Changi$350ED40' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
0800
-1700
10NoNoYes-
Shah9272 9471Southern
Islands
$350ED53' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
?7NoYesYes-Night fishing available
Ah Koh9066 1488Tekong
Ubin
$480ED50'?10NoYesYesBoard at Punggol Marina
Ah Chong
(W. Coast)
9010 2306Southern
Islands
$300?' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
0830
-1800
7NoYesYesBoard at West Coast Park
Ah Soon9730 2410Changi
Tekong
$300WD
$350WE
35'0800
-1700
10NoNoYes-Board at Changi Point Ferry Terminal
Kelvin
Thean
9696 6896Changi
Ubin
$250-
$480
42' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
varies11??YesWebsite
Ah Hwee Ah Meng9665 6148Ubin - Hyundai$350ED30' Fibreglass (Inboard Engine)0800
-1700
6NoNoYesBerthing at Marina Country Club
Kee Siong 9815 0720Ubin -
Hyundai
$350ED28' Wooden
(Inboard Engine)
0800
-1700
7No?YesBuy prawns/ice from floating farm
Ah Ben 9766 8838Changi /
Horsburg
$500ED
$500NT
$1300HB
(2D1N)
30' Cruiser 0800
-1700
6YesYesYesIncludes live squids and crabs subject to availability.
Board at SAFYC
Jimmy Lim8157 8990Punggol - Tanah MerahCall to enquire23' Fibreglass open deck (outboard)0830
-1830
51kg
live
YesNoBottom and micro jigging. Boarding at Punggol Marina.
Ding Armando9385 0107
9450 7769
Changi / UbinCall to enquire26' cabin cruiser9Hrs
Day/NT
8??YesBoard at Punggol Marina.
Website
Bryan9663 0330Changi/
Ubin/
Tekong
$49/pax
$460/boat
$540/night
40'8am-5pm/
8pm-7am
10YesYesYesFishing guide included for beginners.
Website
Legend: WD=Weekday, WE=Weekend(sat, sun), ED=Everyday, NT=Night, HB=Horsburg, DP=Dead Prawns
Note:
- The above table is to be used as a general reference. Details are not updated and should be enquired through the boatman himself if you're interested.
- Click here for fishing contacts in Malaysia.




Malaysia Fishing Contacts

Mersing - Pulau Besar, Pulau Harimau, Pulau TengahMersing - Pulau Aur
Ah Kiang (阿强) 019-7797427, 019-7307427 Pak Razak 07-7992354
Tambi (谢文彩) 019-7711779Osman012-7314831, 07-7992845
En. Ambas017-7616946, 07-7992860
En. Yusoff 019-7117036, 07-7993870 Mersing - Pulau Pemanggil
Ang Mo (红毛) 019-7556972Ah Lan013-7302528
Mersing - Kelong Rompin (Speed Boat)
Kelong Ah Fatt019-7120333, 07-8833336 Janggut012-9221333, 09-4146640
Kelong Ah Yu 013-7212332, 012-7711775 Goh Kim Sing (阿最) 019-9042333
Kelong Hot Boys 02-98803436, 019-7453019
Kelong Wing Sing 019-7712879, 07-7992967 Merchong - Nenasi
Kelong Acheh 019-7772684Tee King Chong 012-2974364, 09-4170339
Mersing - Pulau Tinggi Pekan (Speed Boat)
Mat019-7288151Ricky Tay 019-9586838
Mersing - Pulau Tioman Endau (Speed Boat)
Pak Malau (Mazlan) 019-7675672Ah Boon 012-7117894, 012-7107894
En. Johari 012-7655772, 07-7992312
Mersing - Penyabong Desaru
En. Zul 013-7561953CTam017-2246696, 017-2658488
En. Ismail 019-9829131019-7547243
List obtained from Keong Ming Sports Trading No. 15, Jalan Jemaluang, 86800 Mersing, Johor.




Daftar Sewa Kapal Pulau Seribu

kapal mancing

Berikut ini adalah daftar nomer  telepon kapten kapal untuk lokasi mancing daerah kepulauan 1000 


A. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area Tanjung Pasir Tangerang
1. KM. Dinah mesin dongfeng gambar
    Kapt. Leman Hp : 08588581473
2. Kapt. Engki HP. 085814421035 update  gambar
3. Kapt. Yasin Hp. 085711218249
4. Kapt. Suryadi. Hp.085281353720
5. Kapt. Nayum (punya rumpon kapmer) Hp.08128913455
6. Kapt. Jefry Hp.081380105459
7. Kapt. Bule/Yahya. Hp.085711539299.
8. Kapt. Peang. Hp 085710032181
9. KM. Bintang laut (ada toiletnya)
    Kapt Icin Hp 085813133323
10.  KM. RAJAWALI Mesin : Mitsubishi PS120 (ada toiletnya, dan genset)
      Kapt Encong Hp : 081380550622 Pemilik : 08161968610 (Yudi)
11. Kapt Wawan 085883900901
12. Kapt. Awang Hp : 081514619512 / 083878261999
13. KM.Dewi Arimbi 1 (ada toiletnya)
      Kapt Yaman Hp :087774125952

14. Kapt. Nasir : 08159826460
Testimoni  http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...et-2012-a.html

15. KApten Ebit 08170856339 Gambar
Testimoni http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...et-2012-a.html

16. kapt Mizan 085861280862

17. Kapt. Berry 081511253238,
Sewa kapal 700rb- 1,5 juta tergantung lokasi/ tujuan spot mancing dan durasi waktu mancing (1 ato 2 hari mancing)
Testimoni  http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...il-2012-a.html

18. KM. AKBAR, kapten Madi, Ukuran Kapal 15 x 3,5meter, mesin PS100 sewa 2juta/hari sudah termasuk umpan udang hidup,cumi, rebon & es batu, lokasi mancing Peniki dsk
http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...-km-akbar.html

19.KM. Antasena 2
ukuran panjang 14,5 m dan lebar 3 m
Fasilitas: umpan, es batu, GPS, fish finder, peralatan mancing 3 set, makan siang, buah segar, toilet (WC duduk), dan perlengkapan keselamatan.
Spot mancing: Timur - Karang Kroya dan sekitarnya, Utara - P Kotok dan sekitarnya, dan Barat - P Tidung dan sekitarnya. Bisa juga sesuai dengan permintaan pemancing.
(Dimungkinkan untuk berpindah-pindah spot demi kepuasan pemancing).
Harga sewa 2,5 juta seharian (berangkat dari dermaga Tanjung Pasir, Tangerang, 04.00-18.00 WIB).
Reportnya : Ngeracun bos untuk Mancing laut

20. Kapal Bintang Fajar
Ukuran 13,5 x 2 - Mesin 2 x 40 PK
GPS d Fish Finder, toilet duduk, tempat live bait, rompi keselamatan 8 bh, perlatan masak lengkap
Trip Pulau Pari Rp 2,5jt include umpan, rebon, es batu.
www.fishing-mancing.com - personil : kapten Saman & abk 2 org
tarif : Utk trip ke spot pulau Pari Rp 2,5 juta - pulau Kotok Rp 3jt
include Rebon, es batu, umpan udang & cumi.
CP.TFajar 0818828526
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Kapal Bintang Fajar
Ukuran 13,5 x 2 - Mesin 2 x 40 PK
GPS d Fish Finder, toilet duduk, tempat live bait, rompi keselamatan 8 bh, perlatan masak lengkap
Trip Pulau Pari Rp 2,5jt include umpan, rebon, es batu.
www.fishing-mancing.com - personil : kapten Saman & abk 2 org

B. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area PLTU1. - Km. Hasil laut 1, mesin 2x40Pk
- KM.hasilk laut 2, mesin 2x70Pk.
Kapt. Yahya. Hp.08164813141.
2. -Km. AlurLaut. mesin 2x40 PK
- KM.Santa Maria. mesin 2X115PK,
- Km Endeavour 2x4-Pk.
- Km Sri rejeki.2x40Pk
Kapt. Rohmat. Hp.0818477790.
3. Km.Sekawan
Kapt. Iis. Hp.085882704513
4. - KM.Putra Jaya 1 mesin 2x175 PK
- KM.Putra Jaya 2 mesin 3x40PK
- KM.Putra Jaya 3 2x40Pk
Kapt.Kuman.Hp.08129578139.
5. Km. Sahara. 2x70Pk mesin Suzuki
Kapt. Kie Cen, Hp,0813.8586.9100 / 0878.7734.5100.
6. Km. Horee. 2X40Pk
Kapt. Alex. Hp.081584493682.
7. Km. Mutiara laut 2x40Pk
Kapt. Dahlan. Hp. 08161883419.
8. Km.Cahaya Laut 2X4Pk
Kapt Sarim. Hp. 0818496738.
9. Kapt. Kebot. Hp.081317526883. mesin 2X40Pk
10. Km Max.38.
Kapt. Arta. Hp.085885234181
11. Km Imanuel.
Kapt. Juned. Hp.081513729598.
12. Km Si Conot. 2x40pk
Kapt.Edo. Hp.081584372379
13. Km Venirei. 2x40pk
Kapt. Sarana. Hp.085810357452
14. Km, Yulia. 2x40Pk
Kapt. Nanang. Hp.085810488718.
Tempat live bait : 2 bh ( 1 u/tembang dan 1 u/udang putih )
Tarif Sewa :
Kr.Anyar, Kr.Krawang, Pakis : 2,3 jt
Kr.Setan, Kr.Lebar : 2,5 jt
Peniki, kr.Kaimun : 3,3 jt
15. Kapt. Uus, Hp.081211616532
16. Kapt. Atin.Hp 085882850658.
17.Km.Podang
Kapt. Usin keling. Hp.085882719660.

Kapal : KM YULIA
Kapt : Nanang ( 085810488718 )
Mesin : yamaha 2X40HP
Tempat sandar : Bahtera Jaya Ancol ( PLTU ) dan cilincing
Tempat live bait : 2 bh ( 1 u/tembang dan 1 u/udang putih )

Tarif Sewa Kapal :
Kr.Anyar, Kr.Krawang, Pakis : 2,3 jt
Kr.Setan, Kr.Lebar : 2,5 jt
Peniki, kr.Kaimun : 3,3 jt

C. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area Dadap1. KM. Tengiri
Kapt Oji Hp :081395067958

D. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area Muara Baru1. Kapt Usman Hp : 081314114650
2. Kapt Sobri.Hp.081386568469 mesin 2x40Pk
3. Km. Bella - Mesin Mitsubishi D40. Spot Karang Kerawang
Sewa Rp1.500.000 - Kapten Awing 02134302314
4. Km. Little Boy - Mesin Dongfeng 9 knot - Spot Karang
karawang - Rp.1.000.000 -
Kapten Ndang 0812.828.91389
5. Kapten Nurkim 0813.1709.4133. - Spot karang Kerawang
Sewa Rp.1.300.000

E. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area Muara Kamal1. KM.BB mesin 2x40PK
Kapt Dais Hp : 081386085123
2. Kapt Tata Hp : 08161131265 (mesin 2x40pk)
3. KM. Blue Marlyn mesin 3 x 40pk
Kapt Amen Hp :0818939176
4. Kapt. Nur. Hp. 08167131265 mesin 2x40Pk

F. Daftar Kapal Pancing di Area Kronjo
1. Kapt. Jaka HP. 085782092780/082112297936

Kapal2 exs Cilincing1. Kapt Agus. Hp. 081311062574. Km. Yusuf maulana. 2x40Pk
2. Kapt Waras. Hp.087878415418. mesin 2x40Pk
3. Kapt Keling. Hp.08170887344. mesin 2x40Pk
4. Kapt Jupran. Hp.087886097175. mesin 2x40Pk

G. Dermaga Marina Ancol
1.KM ADELLA LIDMILA (dermaga 14 marina ancol)
Nomor telp : 0812-892-1517 Nih report kapten yg udah make kapal tsb http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...7-03-12-a.html

2. KM. Melati Maharani 1 harga sewa 9juta/hari Kapten Ghozali dermaga 15 Nomer Telp. 081289373805 , Nih report kapten yg udah make kapal tsb http://www.fishyforum.com/fishysalt/...tml#post630397


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Malaysia Fishing Guide


Malaysia Fishing Guide Freshwater
(best spots, information & tips)

Fishes

The country is rich with fish fauna. There are over 700 species of sea fishes whilst our rivers and lakes provide 360 species. Development and industrialisation has depleted many of these freshwater fishes, although most of those affected are of the aquarium variety. There are still 60 species of fish that can be caught on rod and line. Please refer to the Freshwater Fishes section for listings.

Many of the fishes are of the carp family, the largest being the rare temoleh (Probarbus jullieni), a striped carp that can grow to 50 kg. (110 lb.). It can be found only in two rivers (the Perak and Pahang). In fact, other than a river in Thailand, these are the only homes for the fish in the world.

The sebarau (Hampala macrolepidota) is a popular carp among river anglers. Erroneously referred to as Malaysian Jungle Perch, it is a roving piscivore that readily takes lures. It can grow beyond 15 kg. (33 lb.0 although average sizes are between 1 to 3 kg.

Another popular sportfish family are the snakeheads (Channa spp.). The haruan (C. striatus), bujuk (C. lucius), jalai (C. marulloides) and toman (C. micropeltes). The toman is an especially ferocious fighter, able to tear even Rapala plugs to shreds and break your wire leader. It can grow to about 30 kg. (66 lb.), but average sizes are between 3 to 10 kg. Ample stocks can be found in the hydro lakes like Kenyir and Temengor.

The ultimate quarry for upstream rivers are the fishes from the mahseer family: the kelah (Tor tambroides) and the tengas (Acrossocheilus hexagonolepsis). The kelah is also called Greater Brook Carp, or Malaysian Red Mahseer. It represents the greatest challenge for the river angler: locating the fish, tempting it to take your bait and finally fighting and landing it, involves the utmost care and preparation. Many a time, all you have to show for your efforts is a broken line or a sunburn! There are kelah fishermen, and others for whom fishing is merely a hobby!

The catfishes are also popular targets. The tapah (Wallago attu) reaches 100 kg. (220 lb.),though most specimens are around 35 to 50 kg. (110 lb.). They inhabit the deep pools of large rivers. The patin (Pangasius pangasius) is smaller (3 to 10 kg.) but more gregarious.

The Malaysian Fisheries Dept people have succeeded to breed many of the local species. This is good news considering the ever depleting stocks of wild fish. Many fisheries have sprouted all across the country, and you can fish for most of these species, with the exception of the kelah, tengas and large tapah.

FISHING DESTINATIONS IN MALAYSIA

Malaysia has numerous rivers, lakes, mining lakes, canals and commercial fisheries that are accessible for the angler. There are the well known big waters like Lake Kenyir, Lake Temengor, The National Park at Kuala Tahan and the Endau-Rompin Park in Johor. On the other hand, some disused mining lakes in Perak and Selangor have produced some record fish. Long-forgotten canals that criss-cross the paddy regions of North Perak, Kedah and Perlis can provide great sport with the haruan (Striated Snakehead). Meanwhile, there are many secluded small river mouths along the Terengganu and Kelantan coastline that are good for brackish water fish like the siakap (barramundi) and kakap merah (mangrove jack).

Less exotic but none the less popular are the commercial fisheries that have mushroomed across the land. Don’t be surprised to find even saltwater ponds in the middle of Kuala Lumpur!

Many of these waters are not registered in the tourism publications. What I’m trying to do here is to list down the whole spectrum of fishing destinations; from the popular and well known tourist waters to remote locations to the little-known backwaters, hopefully to cater for the wide range of tastes, opportunities and depth of pockets!

Source: Fishing Directory

The locations discussed below are depicted in the general sense. Further information like contact numbers and addresses are given in the Fishing Directory, where available. I will try to embellish this over time.


FISHING DESTINATIONS BY STATE IN MALAYSIA

Perak

Perak is a state steeped in history. Rivalry among a few influential clans have resulted in a unique sultanate system where four families take turns assuming the sultan’s throne. The dominance of the British and influx of the Chinese in the 19th Century have opened up large tracts of land for tin mining activities. Perak is now studded with countless disused lakes. From the air, the land is like a giant face riddled with blue and green pimples.

These lakes have now become attractions for fishermen. One golf resort – the Clearwater Lakes Sanctuary near Ipoh – is built around a set of these lakes, and provide excellent fishing for the casual angler.

Another dominating factor for the Perak fisherman is the Perak River, the second longest river in the Peninsula. This waterway is also steeped in history, with many important landmarks like Teluk Intan, Pasir Salak, Bota, Kuala Kangsar and Cenderoh. There is also a wide of fishing activities for the angler. Several impoundments upriver have also created fishing havens.


Temenggor Lake and Banding Island Resort
Temenggor is named after a small river which once flowed into the Upper Perak River. Sometime in 1980, a huge dam was built at the confluence. An extensive and deep lake (down to 450 feet) was created, The indigenous fish thrived both in quantity and size. Monster toman (giant snakehead) to about 7 feet long; kalui (giant goramy) up to 15 kg., and large stocks of sebarau (Malaysian jungle perch) could be landed.

Now, over-fishing has reduced the stocks, but there is still sport to be had, with some local guidance. Toman to about 5 kg. and sebarau of 1 to 2 kg. can still be found in the coves and stream inlets. You would need a boat for mobility, for the lake is almost totally jungle-lined. Lure casting is the way to go. The crankbaits like Rapala Countdowns and Shad Raps are good for both toman and sebarau. The former normally prefer larger lures (CD11, CD14 or equivalent), while the sebarau would go for the size of the CD9. Red or orange mixed with white or silver seem to be favourite colours.

The best access to Temenggor Lake is Banding Island, created after the dam project. The East-West Highway (Jeli in Kelantan State to Gerik in Perak State) cuts through this island. The Banding Island Resort provides decent accomodation, with nearby amenities. Guided fishing can be arranged.

Cenderoh Lake
Cenderoh is one of our oldest lakes, created in 1929 to provide electricity for the region. It is relatively shallow (60 feet at the deepest: the original Perak River bed). The plus side is that is has almost been ‘naturalised’: the dead tree stumps are almost all gone. There are picturesque coves of the flaming red lotus, and fish abound in the form of kalui, lampam (Puntius schwanenfeldii), sebarau and toman.

The sebarau is especially interesting. You need to paddle your boat or canoe near the lotus beds and wait for the rises. You then cast to the school, hoping for that brutal strike. Mind you, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Stealth is needed, for sure. The current record for sebarau here is 2.8 kg.

(For a clearer account of Cenderoh, refer to Chapter 2 of my book, Fishing Forays)

Other species worth chasing for are the snakeheads like toman, haruan and bujuk. Belida can also be had in the main lake, over the old river bed. Invariably, livebaits like small belantok (Oxyleotris marmorata) and prawns are used.

Cenderoh can be accessed via Raban or Kampung Jenalik on the Lenggong – Sauk road. Tanjung Harapan Resort is a good place to stay. It can be reached via Kampung Changkat Duku, near Sauk.

Bukit Merah Lake and Laketown Resort
In the 1950’s, The colonial British built a small barrage at Bukit Merah to help the irrigation of the downstream paddy fields of Krian. A shallow lake (about 20 feet deep) was created. It is now home to fishes like sebarau, kalui, toman, toman bunga (Channa marruloides), lampam and the rare kelisa merah (Red Golden Arowana, Scleropages formosus).

The opening of the Laketown Resort on the banks of the lake has given great opportunity for the angler to chase these fishes. Guided fishing is available here. You can stay in the hotel, and there are amenities and activities for the whole family there, while you go fishing in peace! Contact Mr. Lawrence Tan, the Fishing Manager, drop my name and (hopefully!) he make good arrangements for a trip. If possible, get the guide named Johar: he’ll bring you to the good sebarau and toman spots.

The lures used here are comparatively smaller: small Shad Raps (silver is good), silver spoons, Cicadas are the typical stuff. Fly fishing is also an alternative, although it’s a challenge to land fish amidst the tree stumps and aquatic vegetation!

Perak River Upper reaches: Kuala Kangsar to Cenderoh Dam
The Perak River here is wide, mainly shallow and fairly fast flowing. Upstream activities like sand pumping and the clearing of jungle had rendered the water perpetually murky, but it still provides many fishes and the occasional monster.

This stretch of river is home to the rare temoleh (Probarbus jullieni). Specimens of up to 50 kg. have been caught, and many have been lost. This is specialised fishing. You need lines of about 30 lb. test, on ample multipliers. You fish from a boat, since you may need to follow the fish: fights of up to 2 hours are not unheard of! Baits used are young banana pieces, the ara fruit, young papaya or chicken pieces mixed with dough.

These days, however, it is increasingly difficult to hook a temoleh, so do not set your hopes too high!

There are other species to be caught. Casual fishing can be done below the Rest House of Kuala Kangsar, catching lampam and other species on bread. If you can get access to a boat, the upstream waters can provide sebarau up to 4 kg. Try lures like the CD9 or equivalent.

Perak River: Lower reaches: Teluk Intan
This is a mighty river. It drains almost the whole state. Its banks are studded with historical landmarks. The Perak River has played a major role as a communication and transportation route, in the process of shaping the state and country.

The lower reaches of the river is decidedly muddy, hence most of the fishing will naturally involve using some bait or other. The commonly targeted species are the catfishes like baung (Mystus nemurus), patin (Pangasius pangasius), tapah (giant catfish, Wallago attu), the snakeheads like haruan, and toman, and the odd sebarau. Baits will range from live small fish, worms, various grubs (lundi), and freshwater prawns.

One unique form of fishing involves catching river lobsters (called udang galah) on rod and line. Worms or small prawns are used on small sharp hooks on light lines.

Guided fishing is hard to come by here, so you need to be adventurous, asking around at the local jetties. Try making enquiries at the local tackle shop in Teluk Intan.

Krian District: The paddy region
The area downstream of the Bukit Merah Lake is one huge network of paddy fields. Several large canals with clear running water service this area, with connecting networks of channels. You can try your luck here catching the snakeheads like haruan and bujuk (Channa lucius). The main canals may have the odd sebarau.

Frog baits are usually used to good effect. A more convenient alternative are small spinnerbaits or weedless spoons and plugs. The snakeheads can usually be located among the weeds. They are air-breathing fish, so if you are stealthy enough, you can spot their customary rises. Early mornings or late afternoons are the best times.

Kenering and Bersia Lakes
These are lesser-known hydro-electric lakes situated below the immense Temenggor Dam. Bersia is about 120 feet deep, and is directly below Temengor and close to the town of Gerik. Further downstream is Kenering, having roughly the same depth but with a bigger spread.

Both lakes contain fishes like belida (giant featherback, Notopterus chitala), haruan, toman, kalui, sebarau and lampam. The record belida of 27 kg. was landed in Kenering.

Bersia can be reached via Kampung Bersia on the Gerik – Banding highway, whilst Kenering can be accessed via the village of Air Ganda, south of Gerik. There are no proper fishing services available, but be adventurous and ask around the roadside cafes, and you may get someone with a boat.

The usual game plan once you are on the water is to search the coves with lures. Toman can be spotted by their sinuous rises, while schooling sebarau will rise like staccato shots of a machine gun. Belida can only be fished with live baits – small fishes or prawns – in late afternoons and into the night.

Lumut area: estuaries
The Dindings region around the port of Lumut is a myriad of mangrove channels. Here you will find the estuarine species like the kakap merah (mangrove jack, Lutjanus spp.), siakap (barramundi, Lates calcarifer) and small ikan bulan (tarpon). These fishes are game for the plugs like the Nilsmaster, Halco and spoons like the Abu Toby.

Again, the angling scene is not organised here. Try the tackle shops for information and the chance of boat services.

Dulang River
This muddy river is known for its udang galah, plus the odd baung and the interesting cangka lulang (Mystus wyckii), a beautiful catfish with yellow and black/violet colours.

One odd thing about the fishing: do not use monofilament line. There thousands of buntal (puffer fish) which will bite and cut your line just below the surface. Apparently, they are attracted by the sparkle of the line. You must thus use braided line, which is impervious to their small teeth.


Pahang

Taman Negara (National Park) at Kuala Tahan: Tembeling, Tahan & Keniam Rivers.
The National Park at Kuala Tahan is the oldest Park in the country. Seemingly, the jungle here is also reputed to be the oldest in the world. Established in the early 1900’s, it was initially named King George V National Park. The foresight of the British must be lauded: the park is now a preciously conserved pristine area of jungle, a last vestige of a fast-disappearing eco-system.

The Keniam and Tahan Rivers, tributaries of the Tembeling, are about the only rivers in the country truly gazetted for angling, for no other forms of fishing (nets etc.) are allowed here. The waters are pristine, with all sorts of aquarium-quality fish. The main quarry for anglers, however, are the kelah (Malaysian red mahseer, greater brook carp, Tor tambroides) and sebarau (Malaysian jungle perch, Hampala macrolepidota).

This is the pinnacle of Malaysian river fishing: the rivers are shaded by giant hardwoods, and has the usual deep pools interspersed with fast rapids. Lures are good for the sebarau: try silver spoons and plugs in the CD9 size. Tough lines are needed; there is ample snags and rocks in the rivers.

Kuala Tahan is at the confluence of the Tembeling and Tahan rivers. It is accessible by road, via the Mentakab – Maran road. A more scenic option is to get to Kuala Tembeling and then travel up the Tembeling by longboat.

For details of fishing the two rivers, contact the Taman Negara Resort of Kuala Tahan.

Cini Lake
Cini is a network of shallow swampy lakes (12 to 20 feet deep), accessible from the Muazzam Shah – Keratong road or from Kampung Belimbing on the banks of the Pahang river. The Lake drains into the small Cini River and on into the Pahang, the Peninsula’s largest waterway.

It is an eco-tourist’s haven. There is a myriad of flora and fauna to be found here, made unique by the surrounding swamp forest.

There are a few dozen fish species here, but the dominant ones are toman, kalui, baung, haruan and belida. Due to the dense vegetation, weedless lures like spinnerbaits are recommended. If you are after toman – they grow to about 8 kg. – the best method is by livebaiting. The preferred bait is small keli (walking catfish, Clarias batrachus).

Float fishing for kalui can be done, using baits like crickets or small prawns.

The Cini Resort on the banks of Laut Gumum (the largest lake) can arrange for you a fishing outing, using one of the local fibreglass boats. Laut Melai and Jerangking are good choices for toman.

Bera Lake
This is another swampy lake, situated near the town of Triang. The size of the lake varies drastically with the seasons; expanding into the forests during the months of heavy rains (November to February). The waters are similar to that of Cini, shallow, dark water fringed with the mengkuang (pandanus). Without a boat, it is literally impossible to fish these waters.

The main target species here are tengalan (Puntius bulu), sebarau, tapah and the rare kelisa (green variety). The tengalan are a favourite of the locals, due to its culinary quality, while the tapah is the ultimate predator. Locals catch it by trolling large plugs like the Rapala CD14.

There is a resort here ( ) which provides full-board accomodation, plus fishing services.

Lipis River
If you drive along the Raub – Kuala Lipis road, you will see a large river alongside it. This is the Lipis, a winding, murky river with some deep pools. Invariably, the tracks to the river from the road are steep, but you can follow the beaten paths to the waterside.

This is pot luck fishing, depending on where you decide to stop and fish. Use the ‘smelly’ baits like worms, grubs, crickets, chicken intestine etc. There are baung, patin, even the odd jelawat (sultan fish, Leptobarbus hoevenii) to be caught. I would recommend strong lines (say 15 lb. test) and heavy sinkers: the Lipis water is turbulent, and there are snags about.

Jelai River: Kuala Tembeling to Kuala Lipis to Kuala Medang
The Lipis River drains into the Jelai, one of the main tributaries of the Pahang. It is a decidedly murky river at best. The expected species are the omnipresent baung, patin, jelawat, the odd kerai (Puntius daruphani), temoleh and kelulah (cangka lulang, Mystus wyckii).

For fishing services, try the asking at the jetty in Kuala Lipis, or the Rest House.

Kenong Park: Kenong River
This is a lesser-known park situated between Kuala Lipis and Kuala Tembeling. The Kenong River drains into the Jelai. The park is more for the trekkers and caving guys, but there are sebarau and such fish in the streams. So, if you happen to visit this park, do bring along a light spinning outfit (6 to 10 lb. test).

Enquiries on the Kenong Park can be made at the Kuala Lipis Rest House.

Pahang River: Kuala Tembeling to Pekan
At the small town of Kuala Tembeling, the Tembeling and Jelai rivers meet to make the mighty Pahang River. The Pahang averages about 400 to 500 metres wide, is mostly shallow with the occasional deep run. Common species here are the catfishes (baung, patin, keli, tapah), carps like the lampam and tengalan, the weird looking kenderap (Bagarius bagarius), udang galah and the rare temoleh. Even freshwater sting rays and soles have been caught in the river! Oh yes, there are also a few crocodiles thrown into the bargain, so do be careful!

Mostly, the fishing is a hit-and-miss affair, and there are scarce fishing services to rely on. Try Kampung Belimbing, near Maran. This village on the banks of the Pahang is a jump-off point to Cini Lake. However, you can get a boat here to fish the Pahang River itself.

Paya Bungor Lake
Paya Bungor is a small swampy lake beside the main Maran – Kuantan road. Decades ago, it was home to a myriad of rare and exotic fishes. Sadly, the clearing of nearby forest has resulted in severe siltation. I wouldn’t recommend targeting this water as your sole fishing destination. However, if you happen to be there, try float fishing with baits like worms and crickets for the small cyprinids like the lampam and terbol (Osteochilus hasselti). If you are extremely lucky, you may catch the kelisa or toman bunga (Channa marruloides).

Tanum River at Cegar Perah
This is a wild jungle river that originates from Gunung Tahan itself, then flows underneath the Kuala Lipis – Gua Musang road near the village of Cegar Perah. Upstream of the bridge, the river is actually out of bounds: it is under the jurisdiction of the National Park. However, you can fish the stretch downstream of the bridge.

There are tracks that follow the river,and there are a few nice pools that harbour fish like the kelah, kalui, sebarau, kerai, lampam and kelulah (cangka lulang). However, since this area is still virgin jungle mixed with oil palm groves, it is advisable not to fish alone.

Baits like the oil palm fruit can be used for the kelah and kalui, whilst the sebarau will go for the usual lures. Be careful during the rainy season: the slopes can be treacherously slippery.

Taman Negara at Merapuh
About halfway on the Kuala Lipis – Gua Musang road is the district of Merapuh. Soon – in about a year, we hope – the Merapuh Camp of the National Park will be opened. Fishing may be possible at a few rivers, on of which is the Upper Tanum River.

All this is in the future, but I thought it good to give you advanced notice! Will keep you posted, of course.

Estuary fishing: Kuantan, Pahang & Cerating rivers.
One nice way of killing time while searching for new fishing spots is to take a slow drive from Kuantan northwards, along the coast. You will come across many rivers big and small, laced with mangrove. Many of the rivers are still nice and clean, with their resident fish like the siakap, kakap merah, even the small tarpon and the powerful kurau (threadfin salmon)

Fishing is a rambling affair. If you have a gut feel about a particular river, just slow down, stop and talk to the locals. Usually, they are very friendly, pointing you in the right direction, be it a good fishing spot or the chance of getting a boat.

Carry some lures with you: casting among the mangrove at high tide can give good results. Rebel plugs seem to work better than others.


Terengganu

Kenyir Lake
Terengganu River
Bukit Besi Lake
Estuary fishing: Dungun, Paka, Marang and Kerteh Rivers
Coastal swamps: Merang to Penarik; Ajil near Kemaman
Setiu River & Lagoon


Kelantan

Taman Negara at Kuala Koh: Lebir River
Felda Aring: Aring, Relau and Lebir Rivers
Galas River at Gua Musang
Nenggiri River

Perlis

Timah Tasuh Lake
Perlis Plantation sugar cane fields: ponds.
Paddy irrigation canals

Kedah

Pedu & Muda Lakes
Upper Muda: Muda & Teliang Rivers
Paddy irrigation canals
Lower Muda River
Kedah River: Alor Setar to Kuala Kedah


Selangor

Kelang Gates Dam
Ulu Selangor (Upper Selangor River)
Semenyih Lake
Pangsoon Lake, Ulu Langat
Semenyih area: fisheries
Kundang area: fisheries
Ampang Pecah: Pelasari Lake
Batang Berjuntai: old tin mines
Bernam River: the Gedangsa region



Negeri Sembilan

Linggi River
Pantai Reservoir
Jelebu area: Konkoi & Titi


Johor

Endau – Rompin Park at Kampung Peta
Muar River: Pagoh to Muar
Kluang – Kahang area: Kahang & Semberong Rivers
Estuaries: Endau, Rompin & Mersing Rivers
Johor River
Pontian River


Melaka

Machap Reservoir
Sabah
Kinabatangan River
Tawau area: Kalabakan River
Danum Valley


Sarawak

Rejang River
Kucing area
Bintulu area
Batang Ai


SUGGESTED PREPARATIONS

Fishing Tackle:
Rods: 7 – 9 ft. , 6 / 10 / 12 / 20/ 25 lb.
Reels: Spinning or baitcasting: Eg. Shimano Baitrunner 3500, Penn 4400,
5500, Shimano Calcutta 100, Abu 5600
Lines: Abrasion proof: snags in river / lake.
Leaders: Braided / wire.
Lures: Spoons (12 g. 18 g.; Abu Toby, Abu Atom); spinners; Rapala (Shad
Rap, Rattlin Rap, CD9 – 14); spinnerbait (Bushwhacker, Mini Whacker).
Fly tackle: #5 to #9, Floating & sinking WF line.
Flies : Lures: Streamers, Clousers, Pink Thing, Muddler, Dahlberg Diver,
Nymphs: Montana, Hare’s Ear, Shrimp, Damsel , Dragonfly
Dries: Winged Ant, Adams, Hopper
Others: Prawns, Golden Eye, Charlies.
Clothing: Beating the sun & rain
Shirts: Long-sleeved, light cotton or micromesh (quick-drying)
Pants: Khaki or durable cotton.
Hats: Wide-brimmed hats, or caps with rear flaps
Footwear: Sturdy sports sandals & hiking boots.
Others: Polaroids, suntan lotion, neck towel, leech-socks if possible,
Light rain jacket, anti-fungal cream, light rucksack.


Finance


Cost of living is low relative to standard of living.
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (RM)
Major credit cards and travellers’ cheques accepted is most cities and
towns. However, it is advisable to carry enough cash when going to the
provinces and the hinterland.
Current exchange rates (approximate):
USD : RM3.5
Pounds Sterling: RM6
Australian $: RM2.1
Typical prices:
Bread: RM1.50
Petrol (litre): RM1.15
Cigarettes (20): RM4.50
Beer (250 ml): RM5.00
Bus fare (150 km): RM15.00

3 –star hotel : RM120.00

Glass of tea / coffee (local): RM1.00
Plate of fried rice: RM3.50


Health

Main challenges: spicy food, sun, rain, humidity
Hygiene level: good
Water supply
Transmittable diseases: Dengue fever (aedes mosquito).
If you expect to go into the jungle, I suggest you have these stuff:
Anti-septic or anti-fungal cream, anti-diarrhoea tablets, suntan lotion,
paracetamol, pseudo-antihistamine (eg. Sinusidin).
Fishing is Caring...




Pekan, Malaysia

FISHING DESTINATION
       
Pekan, Malaysia


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Location Description: Located on the banks of the Pahang River 50 km south of Kuantan, Pekan is the royal town of the Malaysian state of Pahang Darul Makmur. Its name comes from a flower, the Bunga Pekan. Pekan is also the name of the district the town is situated in, and a parliamentary constituency in its own right.

Located an hours drive away from Rompin. The fishing in Pekan is similar to Rompin. However, you can expect XXL versions of the usual pelagic species like Sailfish, Diamond Trevally, Spanish Mackeral and the likes. Occasionally, you maybe greeted by a Thresher shark. Bottom fishing is another alternative to target species like Groupers, Parrot Fish and Snappers. Squid is also available here.

For the slightly more experienced and adventurous anglers, you can try popping for Giant Trevally at Jubilee Reef. A word of caution, be prepared to be bullied by these ferocious fighters.

Email Isaiah@iwanna-fish.com to book a trip.

Type of fish: Sailfish, Spanish Mackeral, Diamond Trevally, Groupers, Snappers, Giant Trevally
Season: Late March to Mid November
Attraction: Sultan Abu Bakar Museum
Getting there: Door to Door Pick up via MPV in Singapore
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TOP THREE: Fishing spots in Seberang Prai

Pantai Kamloon Recreational Park

PANTAI KAMLOON RECREATIONAL PARK   is in Kepala Batas at the Kedah-Penang border. The former sand-mining site is famous for  toman. The place is popular among anglers. The park is opened from 7.15am to 7.15pm. Entrance and parking is free.
Prai River
THE PRAI RIVER  is another favourite spot for one of the favourite spots for urban  anglers. It is very common to see anglers, standing on Jalan Chain Ferry’s Tunku Abdul Rahman bridge casting their lines into the river at night.
Bagan Ajam Rest and Services
THE BEACH FRONT at the Bagan Ajam Rest and Services area is a popular spot during the weekends among locals looking for a good place to hang out and dine. Known as Pantai Bersih, the area is also popular among fishing enthusiasts. The spot gives anglers a great view of  Penang Bridge and the island. — Compiled by Nor Husaini Nor Majid


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Pancing d' kelong

Ingin memancing sambil bersantai? Inilah tempat yang sesuai untuk anda. Terletak di penghujung Benua Asia , diantara tiga negara iaitu Malaysia, Singapura dan Indonesia, ianya menjanjikan pemandangan yang indah di mana letaknya berhampiran dengan laluan kapal dagang yang paling sibuk dari seluruh dunia. Terdapat banyak kapal dagang berlabuh sementara menantikan masa untuk menuju ke destinasi masing-masing termasuklah ke Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas dan Pelabuhan Singapura.

Pusat Memancing "Ala Kelong" Maswira ini terletak di Mukim Serkat, Pontian, Johor. Anda perlu menaiki bot kira-kira selama 15 minit dari jeti nelayan Pengkalan Penghulu Serkat sebelum tiba ke kelong ini. Tandas yang selesa serta 4 buah bilik rehat menjadikan kelong ini sesuai untuk seisi keluarga.

Pada waktu malam, lampu berbekalkan kuasa generator disediakan. Anda juga boleh cuba mendapatkan umpan segar seperti sotong dan anak ikan menggunakan tangkul yang sesuai digunakan pada waktu malam. Kalau kena pada musimnya, puaslah anda makan sotong dan udang geragau.

Bagi yang ingin memasak, terdapat dua buah bilik memasak disediakan lengkap dengan segala peralatan dapur. Anda hanya perlu membawa bahan mentah seperti beras,tepung gandum, telur, bawang, ikan bilis, gula dan teh.Kalau nak senang, bawalah mi maggi.


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Jambatan Pulau Indah - Spot Pemancing I







Angin bertiup menderu-deru dengan suasana yang redup. Selesa untuk bersantai atau memancing. Jadi sesiapa hendak memancing dengan kos yang murah, apa kata ke Jambatan Pulau Indah. Cara ke sana ialah dengan mengambil laluan MRR menghala ke North Port. Dari KL, anda akan menempuhi Shah Alam, tol Bukit Kemuning dan terus menghala ke North Port. Kereta boleh di parking di kawasan terbuka di bawah jambatan tersebut.




Jambatan yang merentangi tanah besar dan Pulau Indah menjadi spot pemancing budget bagi ramai pemancing sekitar KL, Shah Alam dan Kelang. Tapi awas, jangan memancing di atas jambatan, tetapi di bawahnya. Jambatan yang sepanjang 2km tersebut mempunyai hampir 20 batang tiang besar di mana asasnya boleh dinaiki oleh pemancing untuk memancing dengan selesa. Setiap hujung minggu ia sentiasa menerima kunjungan pemancing atau keluarga yang sekadar ikut-ikut.




Bagaimana hendak pergi ke tiang di tengah2 jambatan? Tangga disediakan oleh orang perseorangan untuk menaiki siling penyelenggaraan (maintenance roof). Kemudian, kita pilihlah ke tiang yang mana satu hendak kita tujui. Dari satu tiang ke satu tiang, jaraknya 100 meter. Tangga turun juga disediakan. Saya selalu menduga pancing di tiang 5, 6 atau 7. Jadi kalau tiang 6, maknanya 600 meter terpaksa berjalan di roof tersebut. Tiang 6 hingga 12 sudah kira di tengah laut. Bayaran dikenakan RM1 setiap pemancing.



Jambatan Pulau Indah - Spot Pemancing II


Roof tu pula cukup tinggi untuk orang dewasa berjalan dari satu tiang ke tiang yang lain. Di setaip tiang akan ada lubang di roof untuk turun dan naik tangga ke atau dari lantai tiang. Lantai/base tiang tersebut cukup besar. Kalau 80 orang berdiri pun saya rasa belum penuh. Namun selalunya setiap masa, kurang dari 10 orang pemancing ada di setiap tiang. Buat apa nak ramai2 kan, tiang kan banyak!. Lantai tiang tu mungkin selebar 20 kaki dan sepanjang 60 kaki. Boleh berkelah di situ sambil menikmati udara segar laut dan pemandangan yg cantik. Tapi kanak2 kurang sesuai kerana kita perlu naik tangga yang tinggi.

Bila berjalan di roof tersebut, kita akan nampak permukaan laut di bawah kaki kita. Tinggi roof tu sekitar 30 kaki dari paras laut. Lagi kita berjalan ke tengah jambatan, lagi tinggilah tiang tersebut.

Ahad lepas saya, Azuan dan BOB memancing di jambatan itu. BOB nampak gayat bila berjalan di roof yang menggunakan kayu jarang seperti jambatan gantung itu. Walaubagaimanapun roof itu menggunakan kayu dan penyokong keluli yang kukuh. Azuan yang baru pertama kali ke situ nampak begitu teruja.

Air laut nampak kehijauan. Ikan todak kecil bermain-main di permukaan. Sudah ada beberapa pemancing di tiang 6 sejak malam sebelumnya. Ada satu couple yang baru tiba yang saya rasa selain memancing, juga jual minyak. Angin bertiup syahdu dan suasana yang redup menyebabkan masing2 tidak sabar untuk memancing..





PAKEJ MEMANCING DI KELONG MAMUD


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RM 2250 - UNTUK 15 ORANG
(UNTUK PEMANCING YANG LEBIH DIKENAKAN CAJ RM 80 SAHAJA UNTUK SEORANG)

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- MINUMAN SEJUK 24 JAM
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- UMPAN UDANG HIDUP DAN IKAN HIDUP
- MATA AP0L0 YANG SECUKUPNYA
- 2 BUAH KOLAM TAKUNGAN UMPAN
- 2 BUAH PAM OKSIGEN BESERTA BATERI
- PERAMBUT DISEDIAKAN (OLEH GUIDE)
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- PERCUMA 10 BATANG JORAN TAMBAHAN

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Kelong Bagan Lalang

Rezeki Kelong Bagan Lalang
Oleh Abu Bakar Ali

BAGI menghilangkan kebosanan angkara tidak dapat memancing di laut dalam ketika angin monsun berserta musim tengkujuh yang melanda di beberapa tempat khususnya pantai timur, maka sebahagian dari kaki pancing beralih arah dengan mengunjungi kelong sebagai tempat melampias kegelisahan memancing.
Memancing di kelong ini lazimnya menjadi pilihan kaki pancing kerana bau dan udara lautnya tetap sama cuma badan menjadi manja kerana tidak akan dilambung ombak berbanding menaiki bot.
Suasana agak santai manakala fikiran lebih tenang kerana tidak perlu berada di dalam perut bot sepanjang masa sambil terumbang ambing dibuai ombak.
Bagi kaki pancing yang prihatin, pilihan ke kelong juga sesuai untuk membawa seisi keluarga terutama anak-anak yang perlu dilatih menjadi jagoan pancing buat menggantikan ketua keluarga andainya si ayah dikehendaki berada di lokasi lain.
Memancing di kelong juga amat sesuai kerana agak mustahil seseorang pemancing ditimpa gejala mabuk laut apatah lagi risiko karam seperti yang kerap berlaku seandainya pemancing menaiki bot ke tengah laut.
Justeru, ketika musim monsun tiba ke kemuncaknya Disember lalu, penulis sempat berkunjung ke Kelong Bagan Lalang di Sepang, Selangor.
Kelong yang terletak di pesisir pantai ini hanya mengambil masa kira-kira 20 minit perjalanan menaiki bot berkuasa kuda 40.
Berdasarkan pengalaman Razeli Yusof serta beberapa rakan lamannya, kelong ini tidak menghampakan kerana jika kena pada tarikh, hari dan masa yang sesuai, spesis tenggiri, talang, pari, kerapu dan siakap boleh dinaikkan di kelong ini.

Pengakuan sama diberikan Aziz Ahmad yang menjadi pengunjung tetap yang datang bersama anak isteri serta iparnya yang sememangnya gemar ke situ untuk memancing gelama, senangin, selar, tamban, daun baru, serta sembilang.


Legal Fishing Grounds (Singapore)
    
Lower Peirce ReservoirThis is one of the few reservoirs where fisherman can fish legally in Singapore.
But ONLY at the legally designated and marked "Fishing Ground".



Entrance to Lower Peirce ReservoirThis is where I caught my first Peacock Bass on a fly rod.
Kaluis, Pacus, Tilapias, Zebra Tilapias, Red Tilapias, Catfishs.............................


Kranji ReservoirA pictorial of Fishing Ground "A" at Kranji Reservoir.

Tomans, Giant Snakeheads are the main target.

Yabbies(fresh water lobsters) for children.









MacRitchie Reservoir



The "Fishing Ground" at MacRitchie ReservoirLampans, Tomans, Arowana, Kalui, Aruans, Earth Eaters .....................


Upper Seletar Reservoir, Mandai



Tomans on every cast at certain "Top Secret Pin-Point Spots".

Kaluis, Pacus, Tilapias, Zebra Tilapias, Red Tilapias, Catfishs......



.......................Lower Seletar Reservoir, Yishun


Peacock Basses here are slightly bigger.

A gathering place for a lot of bait fishermen - Ah Laus.
Most tomans caught by them are sold at the nearby stir-fry hawker stall.

Huge Tomans, Aruan, Peacock Basses, Arapaimas, Gaint Carps, Belidas, Tilapias, Arowanas, Kaluis, Louhans...


.....................Ponggol Park Pond



Mostly small fishes and yabbies for children to have fun.

Peacock Basses, Carps, Tilapias, Louhans, Grass Carps, Catfish.............



Diving && Scuba

A & L Adventure and Leisure - Suunto, Sherwood Scuba, Bare Divewear, Sevylor, Atomic Aquatics, Jax
http://www.a-and-l.com/
5-4 Jalan 14/22 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03 7956 0908, Fax: 03 7956 8482

Absolute Scuba
http://www.abscuba.com/
The Marina, Shangri-la’s Tanjung Aru Resort, Tanjung Aru, Sabah
Tel: 088 21 4215, Fax: 088 26 9120

Bigfish
http://www.bigfish.com.my/

Borneo Sea Adventures
http://www.bornsea.com/
1st Floor, 8A, Karamunsing Warehouse, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088 23 0000, Fax: 088 22 1106

Bubbles Dive Centre
http://www.bubblesdc.com/
Tel: 012 983 8038

CDC Divers
http://www.cdcdivers.com/

Coral Sky Divers
http://www.coralskydiver.com/
Long Beach, Matahari, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, PO Box 265, 15730 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 019 910 1963

Discover Scuba
http://www.discoverscuba.com.my/

Dive Asia
http://www.diveasia.com.my/
91 Jalan Endau, 86800 Mersing, Johor
Tel: 07 799 1769

Divehaven.com
http://www.divehaven.com/

Dream Voyager - Live aboard diving vessel liveaboard
http://www.liveaboards.com.my/

East Marine
http://www.eastmarine.com.my/
Royal Langkawi Yacht Club, Jalan Dato Syed Omar, 07000 Kuah. Langkawi, Kedah
Tel: 04 966 3966, Fax: 04 966 4966

Floral Bay Divers - Perhentian, Redang, Long Tengah
http://www.florabaydivers.com/
PADI 5 Star Gold Palm IDC Center, Pulau Perhentian Besar, 22300 Besut,Terengganu
Tel: 09 697 7266

IDC Pro - Go Pro PADI instructor development course training
http://www.idc-pro-malaysia.com/

Islands of Malaysia
http://www.islands.com.my/

Kuching Scuba Centre
http://www.kuchingscuba.com/
159 Jalan Chan Chin Ann, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak
Tel: 082 42 8842, Fax: 082 41 8842

Malaysia Scuba Diving - Sipadan, Mabul, Sabah
http://www.divetheworldmalaysia.com/

Ocean Elements Dive Shop
http://www.oceanelements.com/
315G, Kompleks Diamond, Jalan Medan Bangi, Off Pesiaran Bandar, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi
Tel: 03 8210 1363, Fax: 03 8210 1377

Ocean Explorer
http://www.oceanxplorer.com.my/
57A 1st Floor Jalan Mamanda 9, Ampang Point, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Tel: 03 4251 3909, Tel: 03 4251 2909

Orca Blue Dive Shop
http://www.myorcablue.com/
M4, Tkt M, Plaza Ampang, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2148 5803

PADI Worldwide
http://www.padi.com/

Planet Scuba
http://www.planetscuba.com.my/
2 Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2287 2822, Fax: 03 2287 6922

Pulau Aur Atlantic Bay
http://www.pulauaur.com/
16-01 Jalan Jemaluang 86800 Mersing, Johor
Tel: 07 799 2390

Rec 'N Tec
http://www.recntec.com/
10-1 Plaza Crystal Ville II, Jalan 22A / 70A, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel / Fax: 03 6201 4726

Redang Kalong Resort
http://www.redangkalong.com/
57 Jalan Sultan Zainal Abidin, 20000 Kuala Terengganu
Tel: 09 622 1591, Fax: 09 622 8186

Redang Lang Island Resort
http://www.redanglangresort.com.my/

Sealantis Dive Centre
http://www.sealantis.com/
S.38A, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Lebuh Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03 7726 9932, Fax: 03 7726 9912

Scuba Adventures
http://www.scuba-adventures.com.my/
Lot 16 Jalan Badam 1, Taman Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel / Fax" 03 6189 2298, 012 200 3192 (Major Kee)

Scuba Buddies
http://www.scubabuddies.net/
1.47 First Floor, The Summit, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ1, Subang Jaya, 47600, Selangor
Tel: 03 8024 6779, Fax: 03 8024 6995

ScubaDoo Malaysia
http://www.scubadoomalaysia.com/

Scuba Dynamics - Dive center, PADI diving course
http://www.scubadynamics.com.my/
8-1, Jalan 24/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2300 9060, Fax: 03 2300 9070

Scuba Station
http://www.scubastation.com/

Sibu Island Cabanas, Pulau Sibu
http://www.sibuislandcabanas.com/
8A Jalan Cantik 1, Taman Pelangi Indah, 81800, Johor Bahru
Tel: 07 861 4473, Fax: 07 861 3857

Sipadan Dive Centre
http://www.sipadandivers.com/

Sipadan Mabul Resort
http://www.sipadan-mabul.com.my/

Sipadan Water Village Resort
http://www.swvresort.com/

Suria Perhentian Dive Resort
http://www.suriaresorts.com/ or http://www.suriaperhentian.com/
Coral Bay (Teluk Aur), Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Terengganu

Tioman Dive Centre
http://www.tioman-dive-centre.com/
Kampung Tekek, 86807 Tioman, Pahang
Tel/Fax: 09 419 1228, 013 352 3389

Watercolours Dive Centre, Perhentian Islands
http://www.watercoloursworld.com/
Sek 4, 135 Jalan Kebun Sultan, 15350 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 019 981 1852

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