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 Post subject: Surprise Catch @ Powai
PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:44 pm 
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Caught this beauty of this Yellow Tail Catfish (Pangasius pangasius) at Powai. :!: :!:

The fish was jointly fought by me and Abby, so it is a 50:50 catch . :lol: :lol:

There is some doubt that this fish is breeding here. :roll: :roll:


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Ali, you sure do keep us surprised. a pleasant surprise.
Congrats.
They sure will breed in that lake.

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Congrats to both of you :D
Wow...was not aware that these are found here...had heard that they give a good fight...Jeremy Wade I think :D


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Hi........
Ali Sir.... Awesome pic sir.... taken on sunday na.... congrats sir... sir waiting for you call eagerly to join you sir to learn the art of angling. Please call me someday..... so that i can meet perfect anglers like you, santosh sir and can learn something from you....


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Damn beautiful!

Congratulation, even rain could not stop you from fishing!!!!

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Were you in Thailand by any chance??? :)

Like Ravi says, "You surely keep us surprised".

Getting drenched in the rain, "WOW"
Getting drenched in the rain whilst fishing, "Priceless"
Landing a species of catfish not expected "EPIC"

Congrats Ali Bhai.

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Thanks every one,

Was actually trying to catch a three feet Ghost Fish, sited by two of our members, believed to be "Notopterus Chitala" and in process landed this beauty. Only God knows, what different species are lurking in the depth of this lake.

MM wrote:
Congrats to both of you :D
Wow...was not aware that these are found here...had heard that they give a good fight...Jeremy Wade I think :D


Mohit, they are really good fighter.

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Alibhai,

These are very common in aquarium trade and a lot of people keep them and call them sharks (freshwater).
I had 2 varieties of these, an albino and the black like the one you caught. I have a picture of the albino.

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They are very cheap in aquarium shops and you can get young ones for as less as 20 a pair. People often release them in wells or lakes since they quiclky grow and become too big for their aquariums.

Also available with fish mongers. The ones who sell catla, rohu and mangur. I forgot what they call it.

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Nice looking fish Alibhai..


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Nice looking fish Alibhai..


You were present at the time of catch Inder, the above photographs were taken by you only. :D :D

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Only God knows, what different species are lurking in the depth of this lake.
:P


You mean even he comes there to fish in Powai :) No wonders when we call out to him there's no answer :wink:


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Congrats Alibhai And Abby . Great catch.


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angler_ali wrote:
kanwar76 wrote:
Nice looking fish Alibhai..


You were present at the time of catch Inder, the above photographs were taken by you only. :D :D

Regards,

Ali.


Ha ha ha I remember Alibhai but that doesn't take away anything from the beauty of the fish :)

You Mumbaikars have a awesome thing going on in Powai which is a result of years of dedicated work. I hope it stays same for generations to come.

Thanks for awesome evening :)

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teritex wrote:
angler_ali wrote:
Only God knows, what different species are lurking in the depth of this lake.
:P


You mean even he comes there to fish in Powai :) No wonders when we call out to him there's no answer :wink:

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Congrats Ali bhai and Abbey! I would also like to congratulate the lake for holding such beauties despite all the harm that humans are doing to it! Nice to see you guys fishing in the rain and getting drenched!

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good looking fish...congrats guys.....fishing in the rain...what fun :)


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what a sweet surprise!!!! congrats Ali bhai n Abbey... fantastic stuff....
god only knows what other surprises powai lake holds... and cant resist saying ' success goes to the most deserving '
congrats once again both of you...

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next up barramundi in powai......


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sanju_freeworld wrote:
Alibhai,

These are very common in aquarium trade and a lot of people keep them and call them sharks (freshwater).
I had 2 varieties of these, an albino and the black like the one you caught. I have a picture of the albino.

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They are very cheap in aquarium shops and you can get young ones for as less as 20 a pair. People often release them in wells or lakes since they quiclky grow and become too big for their aquariums.

Also available with fish mongers. The ones who sell catla, rohu and mangur. I forgot what they call it.

Sanjay


Yes they are very common in every aquarium shops and here we call them tiger shark :lol:..

i used to have 5 big aquariums earlier and two of the aquariums were didicated to tiger sharks, one teaming with albino and other with black.

they grows even more quicker if fed with non veg diet...


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that's one damn good catch alibhai...[smilie=upyeah.gif]

was dat caught near javed bhai's machaan?... i was told there were some around that part...

didnt have any luck. the last time i was there with santosh [smilie=chongin.gif]

but would luv to c ya in action sumtime...! [smilie=superkewl.gif]


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Ali Bhai, Great to see you guys in action.. Zabardast!


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next up barramundi in powai......


Only few years back, Barras where in abundance in Powai. Unfortunately, they died in mass due to abnormally low water level, but don,t be surprised if some day, some member land Mother of all Barras from Powai.

There is a doubt that some of them have survived and are now too big to land. :roll:

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Congrats to both of you for such a nice catch.


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some of them have survived and are now too big to land.


Time to start fishing a livebait on a second rod maybe ?


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angler_ali wrote:
but don,t be surprised if some day, some member land Mother of all Barras from Powai.
Ali.


Mission Impossible 3??? :wink: :wink:

We need to go at the far end of the lake, I strongly believe that we will nail that big mamma there.


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[smilie=superkewl.gif] [smilie=superkewl.gif] [smilie=superkewl.gif]


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Beautiful catch Ali bhai and Abby.

I have always had this taught of Barras at powai. It would be great funn to have some of those predators too.

Would be great if you can put some light on the fight that this cat offered.


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Ali Bhai,

Your the best !

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hey so this was the fish such a beauty mate congrats [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]


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Went fishing to Powai today and tried the method (Floating) feeder to check out about these beauties and was rewarded by catching two more same fishes, of 1.5 to 2 kg.

Considering these fishes can attain a length of 3 Mtrs, looks like Powai is going Bungsamran Lake way and in near future will hold Record Cats along with Record Carps and some decent Mahseer as a bonus. :roll:. (Not to forget a ghost Barra :wink: )

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Wow Ali bhai good goin, it will be an exciting experience if all these species known to give good fights are stocked in one lake! and where are the pics?

Will it be a good way to release aquarium bred fish(pangasius pangasius) into big lakes? So that they can be multiplied in good number.

Ali bhai can you please share me how to setup floating feeder im interested in making one.

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angler_ali wrote:

Considering these fishes can attain a length of 3 Mtrs, looks like Powai is going Bungsamran Lake way and in near future will hold Record Cats along with Record Carps and some decent Mahseer as a bonus. :roll:. (Not to forget a ghost Barra :wink: )

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Ali. :P


Sounds great Ali.
Put in your best to preserve and conserve this lake.

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Wow Ali bhai good goin, it will be an exciting experience if all these species known to give good fights are stocked in one lake! and where are the pics?

Will it be a good way to release aquarium bred fish(pangasius pangasius) into big lakes? So that they can be multiplied in good number.

Ali bhai can you please share me how to setup floating feeder im interested in making one.

Thanks and Regards
Arish!


Arish,

pangasius pangasius may be kept in aquarium but it is an indigenous fish species of Indian water so releasing them in a lake is not harmful.

As per your question about floating feeder setup, please give me some time and I will photograph the same and post it here.

Regards,

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mate I am hitting the lake tom with you :evil: :evil: :D :D


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Are these fish being stocked as fingerlings at Powai ?
Come to that, are the carps stocked or do they breed naturally ?


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Ken L wrote:
Are these fish being stocked as fingerlings at Powai ?
Come to that, are the carps stocked or do they breed naturally ?


No info on the cat's being stocked. (based on my knowledge)

But from what we have seen so far, they are breeding here.

Re. Carps: No, they are not known to bread in Powai ( I could be wrong)..The club releases fingerlings of Rohu, catla, Mrigal and silver carps every year.

We have also released mahaseer in the lake and they are about 3 to 4 LB in size. However, very few have been caught.

One of the member claims that he has seen a Mahaseer of abt 4 ft in length.

I am sure that that lake has mahaseer as well as Barra's of 40 - 50 LB + size. All we need to do is find where they are.


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may be we can find a good ground bait for Barras..... :doubt:


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im not sure but i suppose y'all could try a fish finder, and an underwater camera...... it might be a bit intenvise... but then ..


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Interesting stuff Santosh. I thought these sorts of catfish only bread in large rivers. Obviously I was wrong.

On to another question. What are you guys using in your "Method mix" on your feeders ?
In the UK, it would usually be a dog food called Vitalin and some of the mixes made with that can be cast 100m but still manage to break up when the rig settles on the bottom - but I sort of doubt that that is available in India.


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Congrts Alibhai and Abbey for the fish caught. Thnks for sharing the pics and happy fishing.


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Interesting stuff Santosh. I thought these sorts of catfish only bread in large rivers. Obviously I was wrong.

On to another question. What are you guys using in your "Method mix" on your feeders ?
In the UK, it would usually be a dog food called Vitalin and some of the mixes made with that can be cast 100m but still manage to break up when the rig settles on the bottom - but I sort of doubt that that is available in India.

we can tell you the secret recipe but then we have to kill you :twisted: :twisted: :D :D jokes apart ken believe me that it took us all Ali, santo , to finally arrive at a typical Indian mix for the various carps in powai after a year or so of trying. the powai fishes are really very different in feeding habit then any carp you have fished so far / Ali, santo correct me if I am wrong. :?:


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we can tell you the secret recipe but then we have to kill you jokes apart ken believe me that it took us all Ali, santo , to finally arrive at a typical Indian mix for the various carps in powai after a year or so of trying. the powai fishes are really very different in feeding habit then any carp you have fished so far / Ali, santo correct me if I am wrong.


I believe you about the feeding habits being different. All of the major Indian carps have jaw and mouth structures that are quite unlike anything I have encountered. Rohu have a mouth like an overgrown mullet, Catla have that great lantern jaw that just shouts surface feeder and Mrigal have the tiny mouth that suggests that it's an insect lavae specialist and yet they all fall to method feeders.

I wasn't really after your secret recipies (at least not on an open forum :D ) but rather what you use as the bulk ingredient that sticks to the feeder for casting but still comes apart in the water.
As I say, in the UK, the standby is Vitalin which is unlikely to be available to you guys. In the US, there are dozens of "Pack Bait" recipies (some of which you might want to check out) but I've not looked at them recently.


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Ken L wrote:
Interesting stuff Santosh. I thought these sorts of catfish only bread in large rivers. Obviously I was wrong.

On to another question. What are you guys using in your "Method mix" on your feeders ?
In the UK, it would usually be a dog food called Vitalin and some of the mixes made with that can be cast 100m but still manage to break up when the rig settles on the bottom - but I sort of doubt that that is available in India.


I am sure, given a long rope, Vitalin will work very nicely but unfortunately, it is not available in India.

The method mix we use here is combination of bread crumbs, rice powder, roasted Gram Powder, some sweeteners and oils. For smell we use Cardamom.

The combination of rice powder, coconut milk and milk powder also works very nicely.

As the target fishes here in Powai are plankton eater, use of such baits, which creates lot of cloud is preferred over particle baits.

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Interesting stuff and definatly food for thought. Thank you Ali.

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angler_ali wrote:

Arish,

As per your question about floating feeder setup, please give me some time and I will photograph the same and post it here.

Regards,

Ali.


Arish,

Sorry but could not take the photographs of the setup instead I am posting the diagram of the same for your reference. Feel free to ask about any clarification.

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PS. The complete sentence at the bottom of the diagram is:-

Bait : Any combination of the bait which dissolves in the water in maximum 30 minuets. It should contains some crumbs, particles and sugar. Use of milk powder is good for a nice cloud around the Hook.


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Thanks a million Ali Bhai :D, this is very interesting rig! and what is the use of upper hook when one hook is enough for a feeder rig? Also can the foam floater strong enough to float on the surface to hold the big weight of feeder rig with bait? or is it be immersed inside the water?

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The trailer hook is specially for Catla and Silver Carp where as the upper hook is for Rohu. The trailer hook is un-baited and goes in the mouth of any fish which is sucking the cloud where as we mold the bait on the spring attached with the upper hook. You can always target one perticular type of fish, using one hook.

The float is a high density float and is capable to take the weight of the baited rig and at the same time remains buoyant enough to set the hook in case any fish is pulling it down. These floats are available in India. Here is a referance link to the photo of such floats.

www.megafishingtackle.com/laser-pike-ca ... 8594-p.asp

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Here is one more cat from Powai, landed it last week.



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great going alibhai....Congratulations!!


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That's a beauty.
Congrats.

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