Hot off the heels of the Native Fishing League, and after our first foray into power boating our way to fishing Nirvana (or as it turned out, simply another day of fishing in Singapore), came this semi impromptu luring expedition. As is almost always the case, soft plans were made the night before. Something like, Nigel: “Tmr Sangraal?” Me: “Possibly.
Kickstarter and it’s rival indiegogo have many wonderful projects that need financial backing. During one of my usual browsing sessions where I look for things to buy projects to support, I came across these. Check this out. They’re looking to break the world speed record for a human powered watercraft. Their target is 37kph which is just under 20 knots.
This guy really believes in catch and release. Shawn started fishing in 1994. He caught his first fish (an Ah Seng) on that very first trip to Changi Carpark 4 (before it was barricaded). He built up his fishing knowledge and gear over the years but still keeps his old gear, just like the memories.