Chiang mai is Thailand's Second city. Thailand's northern province of Chiang mai provides the fisherman with plenty of opportunities for freshwater fishing with bait, spinners and flies. The province has numerous secluded fishing lakes and reservoirs, well-stocked with Giant Siamese carp and Giant catfish species. Fishing in Chiang mai's lush scenery for Giant snakehead and Jungle perch is a truly rewarding experience. The city itself is growing very quickly with all the usual attractions you can expect to see in Thailand.There is Plenty to do when you have finished fishing with a good night-life and many Markets, Temples, Museums and a Zoo.
Dream Lake Fishing resort in Chiang Mai, the premier big fish destination in Northern Thailand. Fishing for multiple species including the Giant Siamese carp, Giant Mekong catfish, Giant snakehead, Arapaima and Redtail catfish. No day tickets at this exclusive lake with 24 hour bungalow accommodation including private fishing platform, tackle and guiding service…more>>
Paradise lake is a beautiful Thai style fishing lake in Chiang Mai Thailand. Stocked with Giant Mekong Catfish (Pla Buek) 5kg - 40kg (11lb -88lb), Striped Catfish (Pla Sawai) 5kg -25kg (11lb- 55lb) and Big Wai (Hybrid cross of Mekong Catfish and Striped Catfish) These are The main targets and you will be deeply impressed by the power of these furious fighting species. guaranteed catches…more>>
Multi-day Giant snakehead fishing in Northern Thailand. The Queen Sirikit Dam is located in the Uttaradit Province. It is Thailand’s largest earth dam, constructed under the Nan River Basin Development Project, Built in 1973 over the Nan River, this reservoir covers an area of 220 square kilometres. Originally named as Pha Som Dam, its name was later changed to Queen Sirikit Dam…more>>
Day/multi-day trips to Mae Ngat reservoir Chiang mai. The lake holds Tilapia max.2kg (4.4lb) Rohu max 6kg (13lb), Small Scale Mud Carp max 6kg (13lb), Giant snakehead but the main attractive species is the Hampala Barb also called Jungle Perch max. 5kg (11lb), the average size is 1kg (2.2lb) and a 3kg (6.6lb) fish is already a very good catch . These Cyprinids provide good action on light tackle and fishing with topwater lures. Best time for Jungle Perch: June-October…more>>