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PostPosted: Thu Jun 09, 2011 3:38 pm 
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Catching a big sly carp is always a serious business and it becomes even grave when the conditions are at its worst. Like all of you, who have indulged in the funny world of Carp fishing, I too have come to realize that there are no set patterns or methods to apply and one has to constantly upgrade the techniques and methods to outwit these wily creatures.

After the initial success, at the end of our mission impossible, successfully targeting the biggest and shyest of all Indian Carp, The Catla, I too, like a fool assumed that I have mastered the technique to catch these fishes and started believing it as an easy game.

After the initial glory, in came the rude shock of nil catches. The initial absences of bites were surely due to non feeding fishes. Subsequent failures where attributed to a million causes. Spurred by the previous success, the confidence was still there that catching these fishes was not a tough job. Surely we will land them in our next trip.

When the next and the next and subsequent trips failed to produce any fish, first the confidence was dented and then gradually the malady of self doubt took over. Will I ever be able to catch a fish again?

Many a plan were made while tossing and turning in half sleep, to the annoyance of wife, and promptly executed without even a single bite. My rig was balanced to perfection, the hooks were sharp as they can be, the bait was made with a ritual like precision, the ground baiting was done with a religious timetable, big fishes rolled over my ground bait regularly but still no bite.

It was when the self doubt was turning into depression, in came Santo, the good friend he is, with a simple advice. His take was that due to de silting process carried out outside the bay area of Powai, the muck have accumulated in front of our machan and fishes were not going down on our bait. Redevelopment of the spot was the simple solution to all our problem.

Immediately abandoning all our fishing, we raked the spots till our arm ached and in the process removed amazing quantity of plastic and debris from the bed. Next few weekends were also devoted to same process and satisfied by these efforts; we once again started our fishing. The modified plans and innovations were once again put to test and the results where phenomenal. Here are few of the notable fishes we landed for all of you to admire.

Seasons First Catla 38.5 lbs.

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Santosh’s Monster 46 lbs

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The Other Brute 40 lbs

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My Other one 31 lbs

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11 lbs Rohu on 5 lbs line

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A Good Fighter, Rohu 18 lbs

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Santosh Hibrid 23 Lbs

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Some desent Mirgals

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The Joy of a Good Fight

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in came Santo, the good friend he is, .


Thank you, thank you... finally :lol: :lol: :wink:


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Congratz on the fine catches to both of you .

Ali Bhai,

I am having a peculiar problem here... I go to fish at a regular lake, there are catla rohu, mirgal...... Have been going for 6-7 weeks regularly and have been following the recipe for ground bait, feeder bait as discussed with you.
Now the problem is there are huge ones (may be 10-20 lbs,) who jump and roll over the ground baited area and surrounding places.
The set up i am using are as follows:
1. Feeder with pop up (pop -up boilies home made--floats very well, retains smell for 2-3 hrs)
2. Feeder with hook bait (bread and chana recipe)
3. Bolt rig with hook bait.

The problem now is am not able to hook big ones, caught around 1-1.5lbsones.

What is that which should be corrected?

Please suggest......

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Awesome catches guys,

Is anyone of you fishing this weekend in Powai? I am in powai this weekend so would love to meet for a chinwag.

-Inder


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Ali and Santosh, Congrats !!!!
Simply Superb !!
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wooowww...this is quite recent Ali bhai....and this reason is quite worrying...if this is what can happen to one Machan...just imagine the this kind of garbage floating around in sea and lakes will just ruin the entire marine life...

good catch i must say.....

congratulations....

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vijay_krishna wrote:
Congratz on the fine catches to both of you .

Ali Bhai,

I am having a peculiar problem here... I go to fish at a regular lake, there are catla rohu, mirgal...... Have been going for 6-7 weeks regularly and have been following the recipe for ground bait, feeder bait as discussed with you.
Now the problem is there are huge ones (may be 10-20 lbs,) who jump and roll over the ground baited area and surrounding places.
The set up i am using are as follows:
1. Feeder with pop up (pop -up boilies home made--floats very well, retains smell for 2-3 hrs)
2. Feeder with hook bait (bread and chana recipe)
3. Bolt rig with hook bait.

The problem now is am not able to hook big ones, caught around 1-1.5lbsones.

What is that which should be corrected?

Please suggest......

Best regards,
Vijay


Will you post the photo of your setup so I can advice you accordingly.

Thank you everyone for your kind comment.

Kanwar, your contact no. ASAP please

Maneesh, The amount of plastic and derbies of plastic lying on the bed of Powai is beyond description. It is sad to see more and more garbage dumped inside the lake on a daily basis.

Regards,

Ali.


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Further to above, Just for information, if you go through the IGFA world record, the record for catla, under all tackle categories is in the name of Mr. Jean-Francois Helias and it is only 15.33 Kg (33lb 07 oz) so technically 3 Catlas out of the four above are word record. As for as this forum goes, our very own Santosh is the present word record holder at 46 lbs !!

Santy, a grand party is in order.. :lol: :lol:

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Some monstrous katlas there Ali ..
Thanks for sharing the pics !!

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angler_ali wrote:
Further to above, Just for information, if you go through the IGFA world record, the record for catla, under all tackle categories is in the name of Mr. Jean-Francois Helias and it is only 15.33 Kg (33lb 07 oz) so technically 3 Catlas out of the four above are word record. As for as this forum goes, our very own Santosh is the present word record holder at 46 lbs !!

Santy, a grand party is in order.. :lol: :lol:

Regards,

Ali.


yes yes indeed so when one can expect it Santo :?: :?: :D :D well both you deserve a standing ovation as no one know better then me the persistence and the patience you guys have shown in achieving this . it really a great achievement congrats both of you [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]


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WWWWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hurray!!!! World Record. Phew!!! Paaarty!!!!!! [smilie=party.gif] [smilie=upyeah.gif] :D


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Wow!!! I have been planning for some time to try my hand at catla in Bhakra...maybe this August once the season is on...enough time to prepare the rig and get the right recipie...


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Congrats Ali bhai and Santosh!!!

Great job!!!

I have been dreamed about this size of fish from first day of fishing...


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Hi Ali, Santosh,

That was a great treat to the eyes.
Some serious fishing.
Congrats.

If you asked me to vote for the best catch, eyes closed I will go for the 11lb Rohu. Just imagine, a 11 lb Rohu ON A 5LB LINE. That's something excellent. sure must have enjoyed the fight to the maximum.

46 lb Catla.................That sure is a monster of a fish.

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Rocking ! awesome stuff !
congrats ali bhai and santosh ... super stuff there.

cheers!


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Awesome......
Congrats Ali bhai and Santosh


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Hi, Angler Ali...
I have purchased a telescopic fishing rod, which i understand is of no use, but still have to use as i have paid for it, can anyone help me with shore fishing, which hard bait i use, i am planning to put sinker on my fishing line and use small prawns as bait. it it okay. Small hook i will use atleast i can hookup small fishes. Is it the correct time to go for fishing... Monsoon the water seems not to be clear...... Anglers Please help.....is it okay to fish on aksa beach at malad, is any angler there whom i can call for help..


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Hi Sagar,

Filter through the forum members and check out the ones in your area.
Then PM them and am sure they will be able to help you out.

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Those are huge ones !! lucky you and Santhosh to have such a facility like powai !!


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Hi Ravi i have done that but could not locate anyone..... there are huge numbers of anglers... but most of them are from banglore... i feel that i am new born baby in this angling.... id we invite all the anglers to some beach then i feel that the whole area will be flooded.....anyways thanks ravi... have a wonderful angling ahead.... bye take care


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Respect guys. Very solid fish and quality pictures.



Congrats again!!


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Thanks everyone .. :)))

party this Sunday.. :wink:


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Congratulations once again Santo...

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Congrats to u guys . Ali bha it was fun reading the report.


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These catches, you see here, are only a tiny reflection of Powai,s actual potential. If you go through the record book of Catches, you will be amazed to see the the log book painted with phenomenal catches against the name of one Javed Ansari. (His best being some 45 fishes in a day of fishing, including 7 Catlas of 15-25 Kg) :roll: . A true master of carp fishing. :P

The amount of knowledge base regarding the Indian carp, specially ground baiting, amongst the members of Powai is really phenomenal and I rate Javed best of all.

If you were an old timer and happen to visit Powai now, you will find Powai a changed place. It is evolving into a world class Carp fishing destination, thanks to guy like Javed and effort of many other members.

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Thanks everyone .. :)))

party this Sunday.. :wink:

where ??? you better be clear my friend :evil: :evil: :twisted: :twisted:


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Fantastic report Ali Bhai... We all appreciate the effort of Powai Anglers like You and Javed Ansari, keep continuing the efforts toward changing it into the world class angling destination...

and congratulation to Powai gang for bagging the record catlas, when will they be registered in IGFA? and do we have our own Indian record organization?

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congrats to the team...some very nice fishes there :)

season is on here too....soon you all will see great catches from this side too.


looking for big mahseer


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great catch there!!!!
ali bhai can i join you sometime??? can u pm me ur no.
i m in pune nd would like to join u??


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ooooooo Waooo, What a Catch, Ali Bhai & Santosh Congrats!!!


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congates mates....
wish you many more......


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Simply awesome Alibhani and Santosh ...

There are some huge denizens in Powai ... Wishing you double those sizes in future!!!! :lol:


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Congrats Ali Bhai & Santosh... [smilie=superkewl.gif]
Santo, party pahije

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Congrats Alibhai, Santosh and Gang. Its great to see big size catches say could be luck or not but to repeat them is much more than luck and fate u all have reached that mark and i'm searching my way through yet. Best wishes for many more catches.


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wow, monster fish caught, after a bout of some spring cleaning!! brilliant going, congrats to the both of you!!


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wonderful... i can say nothing more... no words..

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Thanks Guys.. :)

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Santo, party pahije
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Party at "D" Hilton :lol: :lol: with catfish boys.. :wink: :wink:


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Wah man, they are realy big, is this a protected area, means commercial netting is not allowed here.


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Wah man, they are realy big, is this a protected area, means commercial netting is not allowed here.


Yes, Powai is a protected area and commercial netting is not allowed although some poaching do take place there.

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mobeensiddiqi wrote:
Wah man, they are realy big, is this a protected area, means commercial netting is not allowed here.


Yes, Powai is a protected area and commercial netting is not allowed although some poaching do take place there.

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Its a fishing heaven


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Its a fishing heaven


Very True, it is a fishing heaven... :D

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congrats ... ali bhai & santosh....!!!


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Congrats Ali bhai and Santosh


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Its a fishing heaven


If ever there is a graveyard for anglers, it will be Powai lake.

Many a mortals have considered it to be a fishing heaven having seen the enormous fish that call it home. Anglers from all corners of the world have fished here, from master carp anglers of Bong land to carp specialist from Europe.

Carp fishing is tough as they say, fishing in Powai will put you in depression. :wink:

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mobeensiddiqi wrote:
Its a fishing heaven


If ever there is a graveyard for anglers, it will be Powai lake.

Many a mortals have considered it to be a fishing heaven having seen the enormous fish that call it home. Anglers from all corners of the world have fished here, from master carp anglers of Bong land to carp specialist from Europe.

Carp fishing is tough as they say, fishing in Powai will put you in depression. :wink:

Santosh


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santosh wrote:
mobeensiddiqi wrote:
Its a fishing heaven


If ever there is a graveyard for anglers, it will be Powai lake.

Many a mortals have considered it to be a fishing heaven having seen the enormous fish that call it home. Anglers from all corners of the world have fished here, from master carp anglers of Bong land to carp specialist from Europe.

Carp fishing is tough as they say, fishing in Powai will put you in depression. :wink:

Santosh


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say it again :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


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:lol: :lol: :wink:


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awesome catches!!!!!!

those are some fish that dreams are made of! :)

can anyone let me know how a lawman like myself can fish these waters? i spoke with my dad(my guru) and he said he had gone there eons back and could only fish there if accompanied by a member. how could one go about becoming a member there if any such a 'funda'?

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Alan well in my knowledge the membership of Powai is not open now but Gurus like Ali and santo will be able to confirm that, but you are welcome to call me if you want to be my guest to fish there some time PM Me with your contact no and email so we can touch base unfortunately for some reason i am not been able to reply to PM through forum :shock: :shock: :D


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What rajat said is true. membership is not open at the moment. However, you can come as a guest.

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