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2015-08-12 Suzdal Renju World Championship

2015-08-12 Suzdal Renju World Championship

Gomoku Jigging Off Penang Island

Penang Island is not only famous for yummy street food and heritage buildings but also a great place for slow and speed jigging! On this episode, Fred Goh and Kok Ping check out some coastal spots off Penang Island in search for some slow and speed jigging action.

Creative Commons Licensing Attribution:
Live The Moment - AudioBlocks
Sophomore Makeout, Get There, Micro Fire - Silent Partner
Aces High, Beachfront Celebration, Electro Cabello - Kevin MacLeod

Slow Jigging Ebek with Storm Gomoku Slow Rocker

Good sized Ebek (Diamond Trevally) congregate in large numbers off Miri's shores every year between June to October.
In this episode, Fred Goh and Atong Cbuti put the new Storm Gomoku Slow Rocker Jig to the test against Miri's Diamonds!


Sountrack Credits:
‘’Corporation Motivation’’ by Audionautix
‘’Roboskater’’ by Audionautix
‘’A Long Cold’’ by Riot
‘’C-Funk - Funkorama’’ by Kevin MacLeod
‘’It's All Happening’’ by Huma-Huma
‘’Don't Look’’ by Silent Partner

Gomoku Micro Series - Finesse Fishing at Chenderoh

Fred Goh and Storm Angler Wong Kok Ping goes fishing for Peacock Bass with the new Storm Gomoku Micro Series ultra light lures in Tasik Raban, Malaysia.

Storm Gomoku Adajo (Commercial)

Jig slow-style jigs up to 200grams with ease! The Gomoku Adajo is Storm's latest slow-style jigging rod designed to work slow jigs easily with each pitch or crank. The Adajo features a 30 & 40 ton blend graphite blank for optimal recoil when working slow jigs, Fuji T-DPS reel seat and Fuji Alconite guides. Check it out at your local Storm dealer!

Model: AJC631-2
PE Rating: PE2
Length: 6'3
Jig weight: Max 200g

How to Catch Trevally (Sagai) with Storm Gomoku Soft Series Micro Soft Plastics

The Japanese have 'Ajing'. We have 'Sagai'ing! In this episode of Fish On! TV, Nigel Hagley shows us a new technique of catching Longfin Trevally (Sagai) off Singapore's Southern Islands with two very small micro soft plastics called the Storm Gomoku Soft Bulky Ring and Gomoku Soft Straight. To find out more read check out:

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TFTMA Demo: Storm Gomoku Concept

Rapala Southeast Asia's Fred Goh explains the Storm Gomoku Concept at the 2014 TFTMA Thailand International Fishing Show in Bangkok, Thailand.

Storm Gomoku Kensaki Jig - For Speed and Slow Jigging

Introducing the latest addition to the Storm Gomoku family - the Kensaki! Designed to dive quickly in fast currents and falls with a very tight, horizontal flutter. Perfect for jigging in deep water and versatile for speed jigging pelagics or slow jigging for demersal species! Available in 170g, 220g and 280g!

How to use Storm Gomoku Soft Bulky Ring in Fishing Ponds

The new Storm Gomoku Soft Bulky Ring is super versatile and deadly! From saltwater to freshwater, this micro soft plastic has been catching all sorts of species in unconventional ways. In this episode of Fish On! TV, Lor Weng Siang shows us how deadly the 1.5 Gomoku Soft Bulky Ring is on the barramundi at Singapore's D'Best Fishing Pond in Pasir Ris.

Gomoku Slow Jigging The Andaman Sea

In this episode of Fish On! TV, Fred and Lertsak Banklongsee fish the deep 80-200m waters of the Andaman Sea. What piscatorial species will they encounter? Can the Storm Gomoku Adajo PE2 jigging rod take on the challenge?

Soundtracks:
'Act Three' by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
Artist:

'Basic Distorion Run' & 'Simple Metal' by TeknoAXE

How to fish a Storm Gomoku Jig

Lee Rayner and Fred Goh give you some great tips on getting the most action out of your Gomoku jig!

Storm Gomoku Kaiten (Black) 15.48kg DEADLIFT TEST

We pushed the Storm Gomoku Kaiten (PE 1-3) light jigging rod blank to 15.48kg and it handled it no problem.

Most reels suited to this rod have nowhere near that much drag!

Storm Gomoku Concept

The development team at Storm have nurtured and refined the Gomoku way into a specific concept. Gomoku jigging allows anglers to adopt traditional vertical jigging methods on a much smaller scale -- a proven Japanese method of targeting a large variety of species in various scenarios.

Gomoku Slow Jigging (South East Asia style!) - Part 1

How is slow jigging done? How do you jig with Storm KOIKA jigs? Fred and Nigel share some slow-style jigging techniques with Storm Gomoku rods and Storm KOIKA jigs. Check out the number of species caught using the slow-jigging technique!

Gomoku Jigging For Snapper

Lee Rayner and Fred Goh visit Port Phillip Bay in search of some snapper using the highly effective Gomoku jigging techniques!

Australian Salmon Caught On Gomoku Rod

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Nice australian salmon caught on the new gomoku outfit during a quick rock fishing session. I was using an unweighted piece of pilchard for bait for a natural looking bait presentation. Stay tuned for more vids using the gomoku setup.
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Gomoku Spin

Erratic, energetic, and simply out-of-control... The Gomoku Spin from Storm is so packed with action that it's just screaming eat me. A tight vibrating body combined with a specially designed tail blade combine to create an incredible action and emit maximum flash.

Fish the Gomoku Spin at all depths; work it slowly to fish deep, or quicker to bring it to the surface.

Two sizes available - 4.5cm/6g and 5cm/10g

- Currently not available in USA -

Storm Gomoku Koika - Slow-fall Jigging Revolution!

Slow-fall Jigging Revolution - The new Storm Gomoku Koika slow fall jig is designed to fall with an attractive, fluttering action. Available in 20g, 40g, 60g, 80g and 100g.

Gomoku Slow Jigging (South East Asia style!) - Part 2

In this second part of Storm Gomoku Slow Jigging, Fred and Nigel showcase more species caught with the Storm Gomoku Koika jig.

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