On The Hook : Live & Dead Prawns & Kelong Sotong
We waited for quiet sometime, gentle tugging can be seen and felt but nothing more then that. The day seems to wither away with us getting agitated and impatient. As we waited under the blazing heat, we spotted an fellow angler squatting near by. I smiled at the uncle and engaged in small talk. Found out that the uncle was waiting for a boat to arrived as he caught a big sting ray (probably 25kg from the looks of it.. i forgotten to ask how heavy..)
He was quick to warp up his "big " catch. I guess he's a little modest in showing it off to us. It was a really big catch. Sigh!! I'm still waiting for my day to come when i land a catch as big as his, i hope bigger maybe a 30kg off, well any fish I'm not picky. He must be ecstatic. I asked him what bait he used but he didn't answer. Guess i must have sounded like a nosey reporter or that he was just busy at the time of questioning.
Mogi for not turning on the drag. I could understand his frustration but Mogi have never been a firm believer in using the drag but i guess he must have learnt the lesson the hard way. I couldn't stop thinking about the way my rod bent. The visual was so disturbing that i doubt i would have a good night sleep.