The Use of Simulation Light and Moving Images in Determining Data for Artificial Colouration Lure Design (Top Water) For Sebarau Fish Species

  • Ku Ahmad Adzam Ku Saud Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  • Hushinaidi Abdul Hamid Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  • Muhammad Asyraf Mhd Pauzi Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
Keywords: Colour of Trust, Artificial Lure Colour, Light Transmittance


Lure fishing is a popular recreational sportfishing game in Malaysia and easy excess in smaller river basins, lakes, and reservoirs. The classic colour of trust within the angler's community on 'Sebarau' recreational fishing activities has significantly penetrated the contradiction of colour theories and contributed to the theoretical fishing success rate. Significantly less local research examining how artificial lure colour works for Sebarau fish species in natural habitat responses (such as light transmittance, feeding pattern, water condition, seasonal etc.) The evolution of artificial lure design, especially on topwater by type, size, action ability, weight, and other exaggerated values, consistently increases demand in the market. However, lure colour selection has been popular with the classic of trust. Very little research has been investigated on how the dedicated fish's eyesight attracts lure colouration and influences the catching rate for a fishing trip.