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hitz
post May 6 2020, 02:49 PM

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QUOTE(WayCock @ May 6 2020, 02:45 PM)
wah
3k~4k?? so expensive??

anyway, wait MCO and this covid19 thing end
then i will go to shop and ask shop advise

fishOn fishing pond is not that far
if u dun mind i will join you
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Reel size 3k-4k... not mean RM3k-4k...
Daiwa Strikeforce below RM100 can get liao.
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post May 6 2020, 03:01 PM

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QUOTE(hitz @ May 6 2020, 02:49 PM)
Reel size 3k-4k... not mean RM3k-4k...
Daiwa Strikeforce below RM100 can get liao.
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oh....hahhaa

i just googled it

Spinning reel sizes explained
1000 to 3500 (or 10 – 35) class reels are small reels likely to be used for a lightweight 6 – 7ft rod targeting small fish species. Typically the monofilament line weight range for these smaller reels is 2-10lb (1-5kg) or 4-14lb braid.
4000 to 5500 (or 40 – 55) class reels are medium sized reels likely for a 6-7ft snapper or barramundi style rod. Typically the monofilament line weight range is 8-14lb (4-7kg) or 8-25lb braid.
6000 to 9500 (or 60 – 95) class reels are large spinning reels to suit varied rod sizes including heavy-weight boat roads or surf / rock fishing rods. Typically the monofilament line weight range is 6-15kg+ or 12-30lb braid.

thank for telling me

katsumoto2011
post May 6 2020, 04:10 PM

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QUOTE(WayCock @ May 6 2020, 02:45 PM)
wah
3k~4k?? so expensive??

anyway, wait MCO and this covid19 thing end
then i will go to shop and ask shop advise

fishOn fishing pond is not that far
if u dun mind i will join you
thank man
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fishing reel size usually is 1000 , 2000 , 3000 , 4000 , 5000 and much more

the 3k/ 4k is the size not the cost
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post May 15 2020, 05:01 PM

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kolam pancing seksyen 24 reopen at tomorrow , i m heading there at 7am sharp tomorrow



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post Jun 13 2020, 06:55 PM

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Y this teret this month no dialogue?
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post Jun 13 2020, 07:48 PM

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Desa Aman saltwater fishing at Kepong/Sungai Buloh closed permanently. Chap lap.
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post Jun 13 2020, 07:50 PM

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post Jun 13 2020, 08:14 PM

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post Jun 15 2020, 09:25 AM

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QUOTE(balistafear @ Jun 13 2020, 07:48 PM)
Desa Aman saltwater fishing at Kepong/Sungai Buloh closed permanently. Chap lap.
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post Jun 16 2020, 02:19 PM

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Yeah bro, I went to the site and workers confirmed sold. Even all the pond equipment sold off as scrap metal.

Next nearest saltwater one probably at Rawang if up north. Bukit Jalil south, sea lion atvfar, far, far west lol
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post Jun 23 2020, 06:27 PM

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Hi guys, would like to ask your opinions. Is it cheaper to buy parts and assemble or buy a set?

Example: https://www.jualanpancingmalaysia.com/produ...olid-carbon-rod

Is this consider expensive for a newbie?
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QUOTE(ShinG3e @ Jun 23 2020, 06:27 PM)
Hi guys, would like to ask your opinions. Is it cheaper to buy parts and assemble or buy a set?

Example: https://www.jualanpancingmalaysia.com/produ...olid-carbon-rod

Is this consider expensive for a newbie?
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For that price you are better off with Shimano Sienna reel + Storm Adventure Xtreme Rod or Okuma Nemesis Rod.


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QUOTE(Confession @ Jun 23 2020, 10:53 PM)
For that price you are better off with Shimano Sienna reel + Storm Adventure Xtreme Rod or Okuma Nemesis Rod.
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Okay will check the above. 😬 still learning about lines, bait and all. Thank you
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post Jun 25 2020, 08:26 AM

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QUOTE(Confession @ Jun 23 2020, 10:53 PM)
For that price you are better off with Shimano Sienna reel + Storm Adventure Xtreme Rod or Okuma Nemesis Rod.
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QUOTE(ShinG3e @ Jun 23 2020, 11:49 PM)
Okay will check the above. 😬 still learning about lines, bait and all. Thank you
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The above recommendation is for UL setup.
Suitable for fish 3kg and below, but if you a expert 10kg above also can using UL setup. whistling.gif
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QUOTE(hitz @ Jun 25 2020, 08:26 AM)
The above recommendation is for UL setup.
Suitable for fish 3kg and below, but if you a expert 10kg above also can using UL setup.  whistling.gif
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it was recommended by a friend who is into UL fishing as well. so he asked me to take a look into it. saying it's good for beginners.
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QUOTE(hitz @ Jun 25 2020, 08:26 AM)
The above recommendation is for UL setup.
Suitable for fish 3kg and below, but if you a expert 10kg above also can using UL setup.  whistling.gif
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Didn't know they only produce UL specs for these rods icon_idea.gif
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post Jun 26 2020, 10:43 AM

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QUOTE(Confession @ Jun 25 2020, 05:00 PM)
Didn't know they only produce UL specs for these rods  icon_idea.gif
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tongue.gif rclxm9.gif icon_idea.gif I forgot they do produce other specs of rods.
I'm only using their Nemesis UL rod... So... forgot... lol icon_idea.gif
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Good morning guys, any recommendation for a fishing net? I'm looking something more durable and easy to carry along.

As for the size I prefer around 40-45CM in diameter

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post Jul 12 2020, 07:26 PM

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hi guys if u guys bump into any fishing pond owner who wants to sell his pond, pls roger me ya. thanks
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hello guys. i just start fishing again and i think i want to try baitcasting. set my eyes on abu garcia beast reel and tournament rod. either than that could anyone here suggest what is the best all rounder setup for saltwater and freshwater

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