Date: 13-08-2019 Time:1905 hrs Rod: Shoreangler Jetty Surf 9ft. Reel: Shimano Torium 20 Rig: Cable car Bait: Live herring
Reach there around 1800 hrs and the day light still bright. Tide is on the way up and the current is smooth. Quickly jig my fresh bait and decide to go for a cable car rig before the sky turn dark.
It turn out having a last light bite by a wolf herring. The sky already dim down and I was about to gave up on this rig method when I saw my rod tip rattle. It is the live bait down below struggling to run away. This is a sign that something is near to it or chasing it. I keep my eye on the rod tip and sure enough, my reel alarm just go off.
I strike the rod and a fish jump off the water surface. Wolf herring at the end of the line. I slowly wind back and use the rod to lift it up.
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