|My First Native Taiwanese Fish, Acrossocheilus Paradoxus
|Donny On Early
|Donny's One of Many Mahseer
|Closer Look at the Acrossocheilus Paradoxus
|My Second Mahseer, the Smaller of the Two I Managed to Catch
I was told later, very difficult to catch on the fly as they are algae eaters. Also it was very good sized one as well. Later I did catch my first mahseer, the better of the two I caught but failed to get a photo of as it flopped out of my hands when Donny came to photograph me. I 'd get another before the end of the outing but a much smaller version. I did get a photo of that one. We managed to head back to the car and after thinking I lost my GoPro cam we went back to the water to look for it only to discover later that it fell into my waders. At lunch we discussed our catches exchanging photos and stories and both Donny and You Hong said how disappointing the fishing was as the fish were all small today. I didn't care, I managed one of my objectives on this trip.
Next up: Yamame, Maruta, and Suzuki fishing in Japan.