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Author:  Wolf [ Sat Dec 30, 2006 8:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Images of WASI lake and Forbes Sagar lake/ fish

I think there seems to be some renewed interest in the WASI lake especially after all the big rohu Pratap, Owen (and gang) have caught. Its a beautiful place with great fishing and serves a conservation purpose as well.

I thought Id post some pics of the lake itself as well as of fish caught there so that anyone interested in visiting the lake which generates conservation funds for WASI, can actually see what it looks like. The more anglers vist this lake the more it will be protected from the funds they generate.

Please do the same , to get more anglers fishing there, if you have any pics that might show off this lake, its surroundings and its fish.

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Khan takes it easy at docking point


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Pratap casts out some ragi for rohu at the channel entry point to the WASI lake

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pass the beer

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Khan in the WASI cottage

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prataps grass carp

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murral on spinner

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WASI cottage with strange englishman chewing something and contemplating colonialism. It isnt the Ritz but its home.

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3 men and a boat

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Theres something stuck between my teeth

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carp release

Tight lines

Author:  Steve Lockett [ Sun Dec 31, 2006 6:54 pm ]
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Looks good, can't wait to join WASI and get down there.
Thanks for that Ryan.

Author:  riaz [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 10:03 am ]
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Procedure to join wasi pls
regards
Riaz

Author:  Owen [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 10:32 am ]
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Hi Riaz,
You can down load the form from http://www.wasi-india.com or go to the office and fill it in. You will aslo need a couple of members to vouch for you, and the membership fee stands at INR 10,000/- per new member.
Regards
Owen

Author:  riaz [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 1:50 pm ]
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thank you owen (http://www.wasiindia.com works) i have downloaded the form very soon i will submit it
regards
riaz

Author:  Owen [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 4:07 pm ]
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Sorry about the screwup with the url riaz, glad you got it right.
Regards
Owen

Author:  jimsmith63 [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 9:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Wassi Lake

Wow!!

Looks amazing! Hopefully going down to Wassi in Feb', so will post any pics then. Could you please advise - what's the best tactic for the carp? Is it just Grass carp?

Thanks

Jim

Author:  Owen [ Thu Jan 04, 2007 3:08 pm ]
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Hi Jim,
We caught most of the rohu fishing with float tackle (12 to 15 lb mono), small carp hooks size 9 i think, the floats themselves were hand made from ball pen refills and foam.
Many of the other anglers use the ledgering method with lines between 15 to 25 lbs. Clear, green or grey work best. Hook size same as above.
The bait used was ragi laced with asifoteda and cummin seed powder (don't worry the guards will make it for you, just carry good quality ragi 1 kg for 2 anglers per day should do.
A small can of asifoteda should be enough for 2 to 4 Kgs of ragi.
200 gms of cummin seed powder is also sufficient for a 2 to 4 kgs ragi base.
Use carp rods of 2.25 to 2.50 lbs TC or ledgering rods of 40-80 gms cast weight.
For lead we used spiral lead mounted on stiff silicon tubing, and held a foot or so away from the hook by rubber shock beads at either end of the lead which are kept in place with power gum or rubber bands.
Most of us have been tying the main line directly to the hook.

For the grass carp, probably float tackle with bread paste or floating crust might work. Although there are quite a few sizeable grass carp in the lake, only 1 has been taken so far. Even ragi fished shallow with a float might work, as the fish in the lake have been fed ragi regularly for the last 6 months or so.
Hope this is helpful.
Tight Lines
Owen

Author:  beemorein [ Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:35 pm ]
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Riaz, u could join us at the gtg on the as a guest, at the KSCA at 8pm.

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