Tide was pretty low either 0.5 or 0.6 but who cares. Its all about luck. At around 1830hrs saw whole school of selars dancing around on the surface... chances of getting selars on jigs its obviously zero. So quickly changed to the sabikis. Casted out AHHH ITS ON!!! those big ones really gives a good pull. Well it was fun though. Atleast about 4 to 5 inches. There come this two uncles who is often there set up their rods rig their baits and started to cast out. Told one of them to catch those selars for your baits. It will be a jackpot. Yes they did manage to get somes. I Caught a small mack. I think so la its a mack... gave to them. They rig the mack casted out. Less than 10mins or so strong pull on his rod and silence. He went over to check his rod and gave a strong pump and the fish starts to go for a sprint. ITS ON! Man vs fish and the man lost the battle. A min later after the line burst a huge stingray roughly around 10-15kg in size surface up to either say hello or say bye bye, i won the battle. OH THE TIDE IS STILL DAMM LOW. Hands getting more and more itchy. Went to the car and set up my rod and slice some selars to fillets It was too big to use as bait. Cast out and wait. If have have lor.... 30 - 45mins my rod starts to wiggle. And yes its on!!!! A nice deep sea seebass. Yahhooo!!! Not big but just nice for 2 person to have it.