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- 26 July 2004 at 6:43 pm #6840Anonymous
To all you fishermen, please use this forum to discuss anything fish related.
If you want to organise a trip, talk about what you caught, where you have been or provide any tips then feel free to write away.6 April 2005 at 2:49 pm #7519Anonymous
We are new arrivals in HK… Doing a search for fishing trips/charters in HK my husband is a mad fisherman our 3 boys are up for a couple of weeks holidays so need to keep them entertainment …
Cheers Pauline6 April 2005 at 3:36 pm #7520Anonymous
Pauline, Asiatic Marine has number of options available for fishing. [BUT now based in Malaysia…]
Please send an email to [email protected]17 June 2005 at 9:00 am #7521
I’m Joe from Malaysia. heard from Martin, you’re fishing magazine writer and a good angler too :laugh:
i hardly do offshore, exspecially after tsunami, as you know, it was happen in my neighbor country.
freshwater is my fulltime playground now.
how about you?
like to hear from you,
have a nice day,
Joe7 July 2005 at 7:02 am #7522Anonymous
Have been here for 18 years and fished offshore every year. we get a lot of Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, several types of Tuna, Sailfish and .. Black Marlin.
Have a look at http://www.msfc.com.hk
kim Stuart IGFA Rep. Hong Kong18 July 2005 at 11:06 am #7523Anonymous
There is an open fihing competition leaving from Clearwater Bay Marina ay 07.00 on 31 July.
If anyone is interested in chartering Mojo then please contact Asiatic Marine.18 July 2005 at 11:09 am #7524Anonymous
Call into Sai Kung if you ever have time away from Malaysia.
We got a range of saltwater fishing, (flys), reservoir fishing and offshore trolling to suit most needs, and swap stories over a beer or two.2 August 2005 at 9:53 pm #7525Anonymous
This is not related to offshore fishing however it is related to fishing….I’m thinking of buying a speedboat, the ones that the local fishermen use, the blue colour one that is commonly seen around Hong Kong. Would you happen to know where I could get one, either new or secondhand…also would be good to know the price…I’m planning on getting one to get around sai kung to go fishing…
Appreciate any help.
Mike….3 August 2005 at 7:54 am #7526Anonymous
Plenty of them around but careful of the licensing procedure.
Those sampans are actually only used for Fish farms with a max capacity of 4 pax and HP of 15, but this is all a grey area under marine dept policy.
I can ask around for you but depends on what size engine you want and budget…u should check out Sai Kung waterfront and some of the fish farms, don’t expect them to be of high integrity and I would be cautious in going too far out or even around the headland – big seas and steep cliffs make for messy rescues. Another broker able to help you would be Terry Fung from Cyclone Runners – do a google check and give him a call.5 August 2005 at 1:15 pm #7527Anonymous
Hope all is well. Quick? How much do you charge to go to the Oil Rig? Also how long would it take to get there?
Look forward to your reply.
Tsewang16 August 2005 at 9:44 am #7529Anonymous
very interested in your message on Sai Kung. Am returning to Hong Kong in September for 6 months and would love to get some fishing in (fly and freshwater) Any info please let me know. The beer soungs great as well.16 August 2005 at 1:01 pm #7528Anonymous
Hi there folks. We have set up an online forum just for fishing (english) in HK both salt/freshwater …www.gonefishinghk.com
Gonefishinghk.com16 August 2005 at 4:11 pm #7530
Hope the forum goes well; look forward to seeing link to hkoutdoors on it.
Martin15 June 2006 at 9:14 am #7531
hi..where’s the best place for offshore fishing in Hongkong? it’s nice being here Thanks
www dot williamjoseph dot net – fly-fishing equipment
Post edited by: nemo, at: 2006/06/15 02:17
(fly by nite posters, adding URLs, not so welcome; but hopefully nemo will become a regular poster)
Post edited by: Martin, at: 2006/06/17 12:4015 June 2006 at 4:21 pm #7532
Good to have you here; you planning on heading over, maybe with some sea fishing tackle?
Not sure if Charlie’ll divulge a trade secret or two; but can see fishermen on places like rocks by Po Toi (looks like they are left there by boat, and presumably collected later).
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