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PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2008 7:12 pm 
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Well it is not that i have report some great success or any thing like that in fact almost never posted this but then i remembered a good friend who told me big or small you should share all the fishing experiences because ultimately you caught a fish so here is the story.
The boys called me up from Madh to join them for a season of night fishing as i believe few days ago Abby and Madhur both caught some fish and lost some from the same vicinity (location can not disclose because of secrecy oath)
We reached there and after settling down with some nice bait fishing set up for the in coming tide I was almost loosing the hope but then in 45 min caught three of them some nice size breams and then the next day the boys pulled up some nice quantity of cat fish and me with just one of the breams again .
Unfortunately only the second day Madhur got the camera so i am able to put only one of the fish pics hope Madhur you have taken few more of the cat fish .or please ask one of the boys to mail it too me if they have taken some
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Bombay's night life rock.... again.


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well thats a good looking fish and a good looking angler too.... :D
nice catch partner... [smilie=coolup.gif]


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Nice Palu Dada.. [smilie=hellyeah.gif]


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HI Partner,

Good catch ! nice fish for the pan.

Looks like you were wrestling the fish.....

looking forward to more pics.


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rajatmukherje wrote:
Abby and Madhur both caught some fish and lost some from the same vicinity (location can not disclose because of secrecy oath)


Cardinal rule 8) you will pay with life if you reveal :lol: :lol: :lol:

Well done mate, that really is a lovely Bream, too bad it is covered with sand so we cannot appreciate it completely.

On what did you take the bream? I do not know if you are aware but they can be taken on small fluro green minnow type lures.


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Good show Rajatda... Keep it comming... [smilie=coolup.gif]


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rajatmukherje.... nice show


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Bobby wrote:
Well done mate, that really is a lovely Bream, too bad it is covered with sand so we cannot appreciate it completely.

On what did you take the bream? I do not know if you are aware but they can be taken on small fluro green minnow type lures.


Thanks boby took the bream on a mullet as bait mate did not spin on the both occasion its quite a bit of sandy beach in between rocks planing on using some lure next time though so would try your suggestion also planing to use some rubber shads too who knows may land a Bara hahaha no harm in dreaming :D :D :D


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Hi Rajat Dada,
I'll check with Vicky and the boys if they clicked any pics.I guess they might have some pics of the previous night.However I did not bother clicking pics of them pesky cats, as I was disgusted with the sheer quantity we were landing.

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BTW any luck with the rod repair?


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 22, 2008 10:19 am 
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rajatmukherje wrote:
Bobby wrote:
Thanks boby took the bream on a mullet as bait mate did not spin on the both occasion its quite a bit of sandy beach in between rocks planing on using some lure next time though so would try your suggestion also planing to use some rubber shads too who knows may land a Bara hahaha no harm in dreaming :D :D :D


Bream take lures between rocks mostly but may take over the sand too, remember colour is very important with bream. I have not known one to take anything other than bright green. I think I know where you took this one, and if I am right you will get Barras there at night. Try bringing your alongside and slightly under the boats parked there. That's where they will be.


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Hi Rajat,

Nice catch.

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Thanks guys for the words really appreciate it

Bobby wrote:
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Bobby wrote:
Thanks boby took the bream on a mullet as bait mate did not spin on the both occasion its quite a bit of sandy beach in between rocks planing on using some lure next time though so would try your suggestion also planing to use some rubber shads too who knows may land a Bara hahaha no harm in dreaming :D :D :D


Bream take lures between rocks mostly but may take over the sand too, remember colour is very important with bream. I have not known one to take anything other than bright green. I think I know where you took this one, and if I am right you will get Barras there at night. Try bringing your alongside and slightly under the boats parked there. That's where they will be.
Thanks for the tip mate will look out surely when i go next time :wink: :wink:


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BTW any luck with the rod repair?

Madhur we can do it santosh told me how to just figure out what is the size of the guide then we can get some from hydery or from e bay even i need to replace a tip and a guide of couple of rods so I am trying to get them too then we will catch hold of santo and do it :twisted:


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Hi Dada,
Here's one pic from the previous week.

Regards,
Madhur.

Abbey with an MJ and a Grouper (I think its a rock cod
, but I may be wrong)

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BTW Both the fish were taken from the same spot... In fact Abbey lost a really beast of a fish that same night.
In spite of a properly set drag He got spooled out in no time.Finally he was in waist deep water and me following him with a flash light.After a few minutes of pursuit he managed to reel in some line and we could see a big shape in some distance it was pitch dark so we couldn't identify the specie.And as we narrowed the distance to about 20mtrs the fish took one last run and the line became loose.At that point we were cursing the line for the failure.Finally we found, that it was the hook that gave way.

so much for the one that got Away! ;) hahah...


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guys now i know what you guys meant when you said it is a rocking spot I am dying to go back please lets do that ASAP :D :D This time we will be more prepared and Aby i thought you have registered already :evil: :evil:


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In spite of a properly set drag He got spooled out in no time.Finally he was in waist deep water and me following him with a flash light.After a few minutes of pursuit he managed to reel in some line and we could see a big shape in some distance it was pitch dark so we couldn't identify the specie.And as we narrowed the distance to about 20mtrs the fish took one last run and the line became loose.At that point we were cursing the line for the failure.Finally we found, that it was the hook that gave way.

so much for the one that got Away! ;) hahah...


Could have very well been a Shark,


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Bobby wrote:
Bream take lures between rocks mostly but may take over the sand too, remember colour is very important with bream. I have not known one to take anything other than bright green. I think I know where you took this one, and if I am right you will get Barras there at night. Try bringing your alongside and slightly under the boats parked there. That's where they will be.


hey bobby
i take breams on cut bait (cuttle fish)....
never tried green color.....
do i need to spin? as i have no luck till now with lure fishing......
here we have sandy beach with occational rocks (man made)...
can you suggest me some trick to inculude green color and bait fishing.. or how to send plastic shads to a distance of 50 plus meters....
it will be of great help.


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Bobby wrote:
madhurh1 wrote:
In spite of a properly set drag He got spooled out in no time.Finally he was in waist deep water and me following him with a flash light.After a few minutes of pursuit he managed to reel in some line and we could see a big shape in some distance it was pitch dark so we couldn't identify the specie.And as we narrowed the distance to about 20mtrs the fish took one last run and the line became loose.At that point we were cursing the line for the failure.Finally we found, that it was the hook that gave way.

so much for the one that got Away! ;) hahah...


Could have very well been a Shark,

I totally dig that huge possibility


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Hi Rajat,

There are a lot of sharks in that area, though no one targets them they do take dead bait. I know at least 4 people hooking them by fluke. Years ago Niel had told me he caught one at Utan on a Mackrel head.

hozefaishaqali,

Bream on lures is not easy and if you say you are not lucky with lures then starting with Bream is a definate No - No, cut bait, crabs, shrimp, would still be the best bet. I do not know if adding green onto your cut baits will help, would be worth a try. I used to put a bit of tin foil (strip) next to my bait (a few inches above) when I used to fish dead bait, I believed it used to increase the bites I got. You could try using those small green glow sticks (used as inserts in some lures or on floats) when fishing at night near your bait, it is the perfect green for bream. You never know what may happen.

I do not have any idea how you can cast a small lure 50mtrs out mate sorry. Heavy sinkers go the furtherest, try with light line and a shock leader.

Bobby


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thanks bobby
i will try same this weekend.....
hope it works and there is no harm in trying something new.....

lure and minnows that im using are very light and im able to cast only 20mts or so....
as i do shore fishing and here we have sandy beaches i need to cast lot farther to get to bigger fish and thats the reason i wanted to know how i can cast a lure 50plus mts.


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Bobby wrote:
Could have very well been a Shark,



Can't really say.. but we were thinking more on the lines of a big MJ.


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Hi Rajat,
Spinning lures would surely yield some strikes.But the terrain is rocky and shallow.And I am still trying to figure out a way of spinning the magnums and x-raps in these places without getting a snag.I am pretty confident of getting strikes from various fishes and not just the barras.
We have tried modifying various crank baits by cutting short their bills, changing the profile or the angle(all at the expense of a marred action!) but they still get snagged.The only thing that survives is a surface popper.. but there are no takers for that.
I am in the process of making some custom crank/swimbaits especially with that place in mind.. but will have to wait to get that damn Lexan sheet and some special epoxy.

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Hi Madhur,

In shallow rocky places try using the Rapala Xwalk. There are many videos on youtube on how to use them. (walk the dog)

I have taken a barra at night on the X-walk.

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Hey Rajat, Abby and Madhur,

Give the fishes at Madh a break man. many of the fishes around the spot, you know where, are carrying your posters, specially the Cats. :twisted: :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Still congratulation on such fine catches. 8)

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There are lots of options.
you could try:
Surface lures like poppers or spooks.
Unweighted soft plastics with the hook burried inside the bait.
Very shallow divers like the Manns 1- range, Various models by Maria, or darter stle plugs made by (amongst others) Yo-Zuri - like these http://www.yo-zuri.com/Products/ProdMag/MagDarter.htm
All will work over of through the rocks without getting hung up.


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conrats madhur, rajat
looks like you guys had a blast!


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hozefaishaqali wrote:
thanks bobby
i will try same this weekend.....
hope it works and there is no harm in trying something new.....

lure and minnows that im using are very light and im able to cast only 20mts or so....
as i do shore fishing and here we have sandy beaches i need to cast lot farther to get to bigger fish and thats the reason i wanted to know how i can cast a lure 50plus mts.


Hi,
Look at launchers. These weigh from .75oz - 3 oz. or Lindy's poppers - which are launchers too.
Cheers!


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Bream will not take poppers. Bucktail Jigs and Minnows should work best


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Guys I am back again and this time the story is of a big party at Madh and some awesome catches. We decided to give the fishing in Mumbai another go the idea off course was to have good time apart from fishing ( as yesterday was the full moon night) we axpected some good game . Ali and myself joined the gang in madh and we started in the evening the result was a blast here are some pics of the fishes caught and as usual some of the evening.
Alis Grouper the first fish of the evening
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some time later Abbey landed this one with a really smooth fight
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Hygiene managed the biggest one with Ali helping him out to get it out of the hole
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I also landed some "eels" four of them :cry: along with two nice Domas (pics not taken for obvious reason) and boys caught numerous other small fishes

some shots of the eve
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Finally the moon

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All in all a great day(or night ) of fishing
Cheers
:lol: :lol: :lol:


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what a show guys.I relay envy the mumbai gang.


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Great night out. We all had a blast. The fried Gobra was yammy. Great fishing, cool weather and bright moon lit night,(And in some cases libral dose of boose :twisted: ) what more one can ask in life. :lol:

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Hope the village dogs were well behaved :lol: :lol: WOOF WOOF :lol: !!


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He he...... I didnt catch any but I was lucky to bump into Rajatdada and Ali bhai. My first night fishing experience. Had a blast. Now I am considering spending every Friday night and saturdays on the rocks.


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Ali, Like your fishing outfit :lol: :lol: :lol:, looks like you meant......business :lol: :lol:


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nice catch..........
rajat da what are Domas?


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hozefaishaqali wrote:
nice catch..........
rajat da what are Domas?

Dear Hoze
here is a older picture of one of Doma's i caught
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hope you can now make it out :D :D


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Dhomas...Croakers..


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Looks like you boy are having a blast. Keep up the good work.

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Bobby wrote:
Ali, Like your fishing outfit :lol: :lol: :lol:, looks like you meant......business :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol:
Reached the spot from the office directly. 8)

The village dogs donot fancy taking on such foes as Rajat. :twisted: :twisted: So we were quite safe. :P :lol:

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Ali, Like your fishing outfit :lol: :lol: :lol:, looks like you meant......business :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol:
Reached the spot from the office directly. 8)

The village dogs donot fancy taking on such foes as Rajat. :twisted: :twisted: So we were quite safe. :P :lol:

Regards,

Ali.



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Nice one, Rajat is vital then....

had a friend of mine who joined me once directly from the office, looking at those pictures of you, reminded me of that...

Great going guys...


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Ali, Like your fishing outfit :lol: :lol: :lol:, looks like you meant......business :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol:
Reached the spot from the office directly. 8)

The village dogs donot fancy taking on such foes as Rajat. :twisted: :twisted: So we were quite safe. :P :lol:

Regards,

Ali.
:evil: :evil: :evil: :lol: :lol:


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Rajat-da, Ali bhai& Sanju, You guys are surely having a blast!!!
:shock:
Boy! I'm missing Mumbai too much.
Cooped up in Jalandhar for over a month and without my fishing rod :cry:

Thanks for sharing

Cheers


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Nice fishing Guys.. :D

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The village dogs donot fancy taking on such foes as Rajat. :twisted: :twisted: So we were quite safe. :P :lol:

Regards,

Ali.


What about Powai Crocs..??? Don’t they love him..?? :lol: :lol: :twisted: :twisted:


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Nice fishing Guys.. :D

angler_ali wrote:


The village dogs donot fancy taking on such foes as Rajat. :twisted: :twisted: So we were quite safe. :P :lol:

Regards,

Ali.


What about Powai Crocs..??? Don’t they love him..?? :lol: :lol: :twisted: :twisted:

All animals love mee :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


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:D :D :D Nice game Rajatda.....


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