Mukah Light Slow Fall Jigging
Mukah is a small town in Sarawak, about 2 hours drive from Sibu. Having a population of less than 300,000 everyone seems to know each other here. The waters off Mukah are generally not deep, ranging from 15 to 25 meters, making it very suitable for micro jigging and light slow fall jigging. Fred Goh recently returned to Mukah’s reefs along with Lu Osman, Dominic and Amelia Ting, this time specifically targeting fish with Gomoku Koika slow fall jigs. Here’s his catch report.
Silver Trevally are common catches, they respond to both fast and slow jigging style.
GT do react well to slow jigging style as what Lu Osman has proven on the KOIKA 40g
Dominic with a hard fighting Golden Trevelly on the Super Gomoku 40g DF3.
Pig face bream on the Gomoku KOIKA 30g Green Sardine
Lu Osman delighted with his first ever Ebek on the Gomoku KOIKA 40g
Another Coral Trout, this time on the UVSB colour instead.
Another big eye Trevally by Lu Osman, on a Gomoku KOIKA 40g Orange Zebra, slow jigging.
Highly sought after Coral Trout falls for the Storm Gomoku KOIKA 30g Green Sardine by slow jigging style.
Amelia with another Big Eye Trevally, this time using the new Micro Jig 40g UVSI.
A Big-Eye Trevally caught on a Storm So-Run Heavy Minnow 90mm AJI colour.
Amelia with a sought after Red Snapper on a Super Gomoku 40g UVSB.
Groupers are a regular catch here.
No shortage of Groupers this size.
Yummy moments when you get to eat your own catch after a great day out at sea.
What a way to end the day!