s some of you will already know we had to take the unusual step of closing for a few weeks recently. One of our guides, Hut was seriously injured in an accident with a pickup while going to pick up some equipment for the lake on our “saleng” (thai motorbike/sidecar).
After 3 months of relentless temperatures in the 40s and no rain during which the carp have gone right off the feed, we eventually got a break in the weather.
As a lot of our regulars know to their cost by now, our predators and in particular the arapaima have over the months found a favourite bolt hole to which they all run when they are hooked.
Songkran in Pattaya goes on for a long time…and we mean long. Most towns across Thailand take 1-2 days to celebrate but as with everything here, Pattaya goes one step further and “celebrates” Thai New Year…
A real positive in the last few weeks has been the capture of some of our Mekong giant catfish (Pangasianodon gigas) with five fish up to 150kg/330lb coming out. Since the start of this year…
Rasmus continued his amazing run of form, returning this week for a two day session in swim 5 and what a result he had..
Welcome to the second of our weekly catch blogs, designed to give you an overview of what’s being caught, how and by whom.