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I only fish freshwater and want to catch a record Toman (Giant Snakehead). the world record is from Malaysia. I have fished 3 different waters in the past 3 years, caught plenty of snakeheads. Maybe next year I get a record. Great fishing and excellent food.
By 12.30pm on the 1st day after landing 13 sailfish we were too tired to fish for more. We went bottom fishing for groupers and snappers. Only after 3.30pm did we target the sails again. The next 2 days were the same. Totally out of this world is the only way to describe fishing at Kuala Rompin, a dream fishing holiday.
Kevin Metcalfe & David Collison
Both Anthony and my counterpart IGFA rep in Malaysia, Aziz, are thoroughly professional in their angling. I have fished with them on a number of occasions and have always been inpressed by their knowledge. The highlight, however, was the sailfish experience - we actually lost count of the number caught and released.
IGFA rep/ Sri Lanka
I have fished many time in Malaysia and caught sailfish, marlin, narrow barred mackerel, cobia, dorado, tuna and barracuda just to name a few I tried once a cheap boat. The captain was lazy, just parked in the sea and said fish here. We never moved the whole day and never got any fish. Don't go cheap you will lose. Freshwater fishing I also enjoyed very much. Anthony and Aziz are the best.
Ukraine / Musician
Kuala Rompin is probably the best sailfishing destination in the world, certainly top 3. The quantity of fish never ceases to amaze me. My son and I have fished twice a year for the past 2 years - it doesn't get better than this. Just had my first trip for 2010 and my eldest son Sion, hooked up and landed a 25kg sail on a small freshwater rod with 12lb line using a small popper while my youngest boy Ceri, landed a 50kg plus sailfish. I have 1 more trip confirmed for this year (maybe I can squeeze another as well).
Malaysia / UK expat
Can this boys move. I've never seen fish so fast in all my life. I caught my 1st and 8th sailfish, and so did my three mates all in 2 days. 2009 was quite unforgetable and I have already fished once in 2010, we landed a 75kg monster sailfish, and have another booking for sept 2010.
UK expat based in India
Back in Denmark we have nothing but fantastic memories. We would like to thank you very much for your professional service, the perfect fishing trip and your great company. As you promised, we all got new personal records.
I came to Malaysia to catch sailfish on fly. I have been 4 times now and have taken sails on fly. It is hard work on fly but very rewarding. Anthony just knows how to get them up. 2009 was again so good. I will bring more groups in 2010.
Japan / Fishing Guide
Each and everytime I visit Kuala Rompin to fish the sails I'm just awed by this world class destination. Anthony, Aziz and their crew are top class.
I fished the Kuala Rompin sails in 2007 with my son and it was a hoot. In 2008 I went again, I brought 2 other groups. Can you go anywhere else and get double figures each and everyday? I doubt it!
Singapore / USA expat
I am a fly man and came to Malaysia to kill 2 birds with one stone. Fly fish the sailfish and the giant snakehead. Although its hard on the fly we were successful. And to top it all I landed a world record giant snakehead popping a dead catfish bait. It was 13.2kg, that is 3.2kg bigger than the current world IGFA record. However, it was my decision to release it alive without trying to claim a record. The whole trip was top class, especially the Royal Stout. I will be back again in 2010 or 2011 as I will alternate between the Carribean and Malaysia.
Excellent fishing, plenty of sails. Good fun, good jokes, good banter, great company and great food. We fished in 2009 and have already fished 2010. We will be back again in 2011.