Decided to pair the Jigzam with Stella 8000FA and Shikari with CapriconJ.
From left to right: Tenryu Jigzam PE 3-5, Shikari Custom PE2-4, Shino Amberjack PE1-3
After that, we proceeded to drift for tenggiris. Unfortunately we've got a few bites but no solid hook ups. According to boatman, water was too clear but even when fluorocarbon leaders were used, it did not yield any positive results either :(
I started to jig when nothing seems to be working, looks like fishes there were not interested with the jigs as well. I've tried almost all the jigs i have from 50gm - 120gm but there's not even a nibble. Sea started to get choppy and i starting to get seasick, lied down or a nap and i did not realise how long i slept until i heard line peeling out from not one, but ALL 3 reels my friends were using. I immediately got up with a blurry face, with the grinning faces of my friends looking at me, i immediately casted my jig out to the school of Dorados. They were least interested in the jigs and they went after the fillet baits drifted into their way.
Fully filled cooler box of bonitos, cencaru, kembung.
Our taruh makan taruh makan catch. Lucky and unlucky for us to bump into the school of them and run out of ice in the same time.
So long for now
Saltist 40 front view.
Daiwa CapriconJ ...rated 9kg max drag ..we shall see..
5 Feet 7 inches, line weight 24kg ...I've yet to get the chance to test it to its full capability yet.
Full SIC guides with roller tip.
Banax GT4000. Spooled with 300m 50lbs Powerpro braided lines.