A friend came down from Penang and we went for a short trip. We did not expect it to be an impressive trip. Initial plan was to have a half day session, just more on relaxing after not seeing each other for more than a year turned out to be sweet and full of fun.
We managed to land more than 8 Barramundi and few Tilapia. One caught with Geli Geli worms and the rest with our new generation Brudu Multicolor worms.
🎣 Setup: Travel Rod Melencong 1-6lb
🎣 Reel: Kanicen Nix – Prototype
☑️ Line: 2lbs Halus Upgraded
☑️ Leader: LASAK 11.9lbs
🧞 Lure: Brudu Multicolor
🐛 Jighead: Pari 2g
🐊 Snap: KN Snap Size 0
Tips To Catch Barramundi
When hunting wild Barramundi there are few basic tips you need to know:
- Understand water tides – Barramundi is active when low and high tides.
- Strike zones (habitat) – There are common strike zones for Barramundi. They always wait around slow current area.
- Water conditions (colors) – Important to know for bait selection and active level.
- Suitable baits color – Choosing bait colors based on water conditions.
- Suitable bait sizes (diet) – Choose bait sizes based on bait fish sizes and also common Barramundi sizes around the area.
Hope this helps.