The fishing was done from 10:30AM to 2:30PM on complete low tide / half high tide. Not my usual cup of tea since i mostly fish on the incoming half / full high tide.
Here's a background on the location
First of the fishes coming in it's a 'one spotted sea bream'
After a couple of takes here come a 'two banded sea bream'
The one spotted sea bream keeps coming in...
Now comes the pompano
Here is a line up of all the fugitives, minus the pompano and two banded sea bream as they have been tossed back in to the sea. The rest of those i kept were fried and eaten shortly thereafter.
Here is the yellow marked butterfly fish
This is another yellow marked butterfly fish with a variation
Here is the one spotted sea bream you can notice the one black spot on his tail.
The total catch of the day (4hours of fishing with a few breaks)
one spotted bream (10)
yellow marked butterfly fish (3)
two banded sea bream (1)
An un-invited guest was immediately thrown back into the sea after removing the hook (the indian flathead fish) it's a type of catfish. But i don't really understand why they named him Indian. Grrr.
That's all for now. I don't really like to catch tiny fishes (bait fish) i'm looking for a change in things and i know that a real change will take place only when i have a boat. Untill then i'll be happy with what i get.
Just wanted to do my first post... so here it is.