OUR SPECIES

We currently have 14 species of fish that range from all levels size and difficulty, making it perfect for beginners to even advanced fisherman and women.

Our Top Species:

Siamese Carp

The Giant Siamese carp can only be fished in freshwater rivers and lakes in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Siamese Carp is highly sought-after for food and this has caused its near-extinction, making it logistically harder to fish.

 

MeKong Catfish

The Mekong giant catfish are native to the Mekong river and live on algae and plankton, they do not have any teeth but have rough pads in their mouths instead. The heaviest recorded specimen was a 293kg female netted in the Mekong river in the Chiang Khong district of Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand in 2005.  The strength of these average size cats alone is immense, causing grown men to ache, groan and occasionally cry due to a unique mixture of adrenaline, pain & extreme satisfaction. 

Red Tail

The redtail catfish is a very fast growing, extremely large freshwater fish. It is one of the most attractive members of the catfish family. The Redtail Catfish is a very unique species of pet fish. In the wild, it is known to live in freshwater bodies. It has not been reportedly found in saline water. Generally, catfish are freshwater fish and they thrive very well in this environment.

 

 

Alligator Gar

The Giant Siamese carp can only be fished in freshwater rivers and lakes in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Siamese Carp is highly sought-after for food and this has caused its near-extinction, making it logistically harder to fish.

 

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