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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#21 Post by bernGPS » Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:10 pm

siisuong wrote:Bro Bern,
Do you want it。。。
Thanks Bro. Maybe later, hehe

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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#22 Post by bernGPS » Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:12 pm

moeyHC wrote:If you're observance enough you'll notice the price tag is shown together with the hooks... This is a standard label and should give a rough indication of the hook size.... :mrgreen:

It is best to use a Caliper if you want precision, digital preferred.... :peace:


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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#23 Post by Redstorm » Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:38 pm

bernGPS wrote:
Law, compare there 2 images
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and
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You can see the curvature of the hooks are different. Dont think you can use the 2nd image to catch prawns
Sifu, I dunno leh. Have not been to prawn fishing for so many years but the only thing I remember clearly is that the hook used is very tiny; very different from the any of the one that is shown here.
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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#24 Post by stay » Thu Aug 19, 2010 9:22 am

Redstorm wrote:
Sifu, I dunno leh. Have not been to prawn fishing for so many years but the only thing I remember clearly is that the hook used is very tiny; very different from the any of the one that is shown here.
Time have changed since many years ago. Prawns are getting smarter, need to deploy new technology and techniques :mrgreen:

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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#25 Post by moeyHC » Thu Aug 19, 2010 10:14 pm

stay wrote:Time have changed since many years ago. Prawns are getting smarter, need to deploy new technology and techniques :mrgreen:
:shock: ..Oh! I thought after many years the prawns got bigger ....so they only got smarter... but still got hooked!.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :peace:
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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#26 Post by stay » Thu Aug 19, 2010 10:33 pm

Grown bigger and smarter but still gullible as ever........how to resist a worm dangling right in front of ones nose.....err...claws in this case.

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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#27 Post by bernGPS » Fri Aug 20, 2010 9:06 pm

This is a pic from siisuong again Image

As I mentioned previously, prawn fishing hooks has bigger curvature than the fishing hooks. Fish grabs and run while prawns nibble on the hooks. So you need to constantly check the line.

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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#28 Post by HighlandPathFinder » Fri Aug 20, 2010 10:28 pm

If you want catch more prawns, feel the line, no rods.
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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#29 Post by bernGPS » Fri Aug 20, 2010 11:08 pm

HighlandPathFinder wrote:If you want catch more prawns, feel the line, no rods.
Yes sir, will keep that in mind. And I am not complaining too.

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Re: Prawn fishing with siisuong

#30 Post by roltancc » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:22 pm

Haven't been this way for a long while..saw this picture of prawn fishing and it's really awesome!! I didn't know you can prawn fishing in the wild!!!

I have tried catching some mini lobster in our local reservoir though.

I wonder if there is any place in SG for prawn fishing ? not those from the paid pond..
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