Spent a day out in the sun and walking from one area to another. The early morning was spent in Singapore river, casting bread flies to the cromides and the milkfishes, but no takers from them. Only caught a small glass perchlet which was promptly released.
Walking down the coastline towards Marina Promenade, I watched for movements of archers or other predators, but none were in sight. It was not until I walked opposite Tanjong Rhu that I spotted some crescent perches darting about in the waters. Sight-casting to them, I produced 3 decent hook-ups and landed 3 pieces of about 15cm long on mini charlies. All released back into the water without much harm.
After a hearty lunch, I proceeded back to the eastern side, Pasir Ris. After looking around the pond and taking a few pics, I went to the canal next to the pond and caught myself a mayan cichlid :
But they were spooked after that fish and I couldn't fool them anymore with the bread fly or other dries, so I moved back to Siglap canal and sight casted my dry flies to a couple of mudskippers and hooked 2 neatly in the mouth.
Time really flies when you'r having fun... til the next time.