Deep Sea Fishing Malaysia

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Deep sea fishing with Pak Itam at Besut Terengganu, Malaysia,.,come and join us with lunch!

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Deep Sea Fishing Malaysia

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  1. Bryan Norman says:

    Yes, the Malaysia Tourism Board is making great progress. More and more focus on and budget for deep-sea angling, especially off Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast, which is a superb location for mackerel, dorado, barracuda, tuna, golden trevally, wahoo, sharks, queenfish, cobia, snapper and various types of grouper, along with of course the famed marlin and sailfish. The latter may not get as big as their cousins off Australia, but they’re a ton of fun!

    The latest here off Mersing and Rompin is going out and chase sailfish in a canoe or kayak. Once you hook one, you just let it tire out while towing you about. After a fun-filled 20-30 minute tear, the fish is ready to be reeled in and, optionally, tagged and released.

    Of course, all catches are released, bar the gill-hooked fish, the snagged fish and the good table fish.

    Tight lines!


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