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LATEST UPDATE 27 SEPTEMBER 2016
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 13 YEARS AGO, WE STILL HAVE AND WILL ALWAYS HAVE, SIMPLY THE BEST VALUE, FAMILY FRIENDLY, QUALITY, FRESHWATER, CATCH & RELEASE**, LAKE FISHING IN HUA HIN.
Currently No: 5 of 187 Speciality Lodgings in Hua Hin, we are the proud winners of a tripadvisor® Certificate of Excellence for 2014, 2015 AND 2016, where over 96% of our reviewers rate us as ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’
You can also find us on ‘Facebook’, where we currently have 723 ‘likes’ together with a 4.7* of a 5.0* review rating.
We also have a 4.8* of a 5.0* review rating on Google
Don’t just take our word for it – come on over and check us out!
Noel Rinkenbach checked into the Lodge late Sunday afternoon 25/09. On Sunday evening, Noel fished the bottom pond and had 3 Arapaima, one Alligator Gar and a Pacu, within the first hour and a half. Another Arapaima, 6 more Pacu and a Suwai later, he went to his bungalow 11.00pm. The Next day (Monday 26/09) he had a further 16 fish consisting of 3 Suwai, 7 Siamese Carp between 4-20 Kg and 6 Amazon Red Tail – totalling 29 fish during his visit, which equals approx one every 30 minutes.
He has kindly sent the above photos of his exploits.
Nicely done Noel.
25/09/16 The weekend fnishes here Part 3… Yesterday (Saturday 24/09/16) was a bit of a washout, but as usual the Lodge made up for it in spades today. With a busy day on both ponds, there were Arapaima, Giant Siamese Carp, Krahay Thong Barb, Pacu and Suwai. There was a beautiful Asian Redtail Catfish from the bottom pond that I hope to receive a photo of very soon. Meanwhile Nicolas was fishing the top pond and had the fish of the day – this stunning Julien;s Prize Carp. Well done Nicolas.
23/09/16 The Weekend starts here – Part 1. Steve has fished at the Lodge many times before. Today saw his third visit during this current holiday in Hua Hin. He has managed to catch most of our species on previous visits and today was no exception, with Asian Redtail, Arapaima, Pacu and Giant Siamese Carp amongst others. During his last visit he managed a couple of Alligator Gar, a species that had eluded him before. Today he caught another – smaller than previous, but nevertheless a nice specimen. Thanks for your patronage Steve.
26/09/16 – got this nice review from Steve – Always a pleasure, a must visit fun for all young and old, food is always awesome and you can even get a ice cold beer, Terry and the team look after everyone, looking forward to my next visit, thanks Steve.
23/09/16 The Weekend starts here – Part 2 Khun Cob, a first time visitor to the Lodge had a splendid day on the top pond, with Giant Siamese Carp, Suwai Catfish, and Rohu amongst others. But – his best catch of the day was this 22.5Kg Giant Mekong Catfish. Well done sir.
Paddy & Sara dropped by last week and spent most of the day just relaxing by our ponds and chilling out. They decided to return again a few days later ( 28/08/16), this time to do some fishing. They kindly sent these photos of their second visit. Thanks folks – much appreciated.
The variety that you can catch at the Lodge in one visit, was demonstrated by Steven Tiddy when he visited us again on 27/08/16, and as usual had a good day. Here’s 4 photos of some of his catch, which included a good Amazon Redtail Catfish plus an Asian Redtail Catfish (Amongst many others). Thanks for sharing Steven
Why is it that it is nearly always the ladies that seem to catch our Asian Redtail Catfish? Gavin Fifield, a regular customer of ours, has sent this charming photo of his boss (I mean Wife), Khun Goong, with one of these beasts. Incidentally, Goong always outfishes the old man when they visit…………….!!
05/08/16 – These nice young ladies landed this brace of a Giant Siamese Carp & a Giant Mekong Catfish, with their last cast of the day, from our top pond. Both fish at around 18-19 Kg. Well done ladies.
We get many many customers who wish to catch an Arapaima. But not many at 6 years of age. Well done young Franco………….
On Sunday 17th, The Dunbar clan joined us on our day package. They had a great day with us which included amongst others, Black Minnow Shark Carp, Amazon Redtail, Suwai Catfish, Giant Siamese Carp, Pacu and Arapaima.
08 July – Got this nice email this morning – Hi Terry and team, Thanks again for a fun day out on the lake! Hope my photo will make the cut for the wall. Hopefully see you all again soon. Thanks! Milli Why not? Great picture – even the Asian Redtail is smiling!
Received this nice email from David, who fished with us yesterday (30th June) and spent most of his time ‘monstering’ our Siamese Carp………
It was nice to chat with you yesterday .
As promised here are the photos of the two big carp that l caught in your lake.
As always l enjoyed my days fishing and l was well looked after by your very helpful guys.
I also enjoyed my meal in the restaurant .
Looking forward to my next visit later this year.
Thanks David – your feedback is much appreciated.
Dirk and his friends were with us on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29th June for two days of fishing. Apart from the Arapaima, Aligator Gar and others caught, they have sent the attached. Of interest is the Arawana and the Chao Phrya Catfish – well done guys……………
Martin & his son visiting from Denmark, landed this nice Rohu earlier today (27/06/16), it was amongst a fine catch of many others, including Giant Siamese Carp, Suwai and Pacu.
Patrik and Benjamin stayed with us last 22 and 23 June, fished both days and the evening of the 22nd. They had a great time with many fish to the net, including 5 Arapaima. Above are some photos of just a few of their catch. Patrik commented – ‘excellent fishing we will come back next year’. Hope you do guys – it was a blast………………
Received these great photos and a nice message by email this evening…………. ‘Just wanted to thank you and your staff for an enjoyable time last week. Here’s some photos of an aussie and my dutch cousin Ronald. I will definitely be telling my friends about your place………….Kevin Elferink’ Thank you Kevin – hope to see you both again
Frankie Buckland joined us on our ‘Day Package’ on 15th June and sent us the following message after his time at the Lodge………’This was the best days fishing I’ve ever had 30 plus fish all over 15 pound including some of these pacu – have a mouth full of teeth like razors ???????????????’ Well done Frankie – whose catch included Arapaima, Amazon Redtail Catfish and many others………….
On Sunday 05 June we were joined by Phill on our ‘Day Package’. Despite the rain, he had a great time and caught quite a few fish. Including this good Giant Mekong Catfish. Thanks for the photos Phill…….
Note from Phill – added 06/06 a.m…………..Yeah wow what a battle. great fishing must of had 300kg of fish 7 or 8 different species 23 fish in total. The mekon finished the day nicely best fish of the day easy………
Denis with a splendid Clown Knifefish.
Mike and Dawn made us a return visit on our day package on 25 and 31 May. Having caught a total of 21 and 29 fish respectively they sent us just a few of the photos as above. Mikes’ haul included two Asian Redtail Catfish (The largest about 25 lb), Several good Suwai Catfish (The largest about 23 lb), Plenty of Pacu and Amazon Redtail Catfish including a corker at more than 50 lb. A small Alligator Gar, an Arapaima, and several Giant Siamese Carp including one at 42 lb. Overal – a good haul
It is not very often that we get Thai Ladies fishing at the Lodge. Khun Duangjai. W. and her partner joined us on Saturday and Sunday for two pleasant days of relaxing & fishing. She has very kindly sent us the two photos above of a Giant Siamese Carp and a Rohu, whichwere just two of the many fish that they caught. As usual, it was the lady who caught more………..
The family of Søren Vasegaard Gjørtz from Denmark, had a great time today. Several different species, including Arapaima and this Alligator Gar to finish the day off.
A good Chao Phrya Catfish from our Top Pond
Rainer visited us on a Day Package. He caught, a Pacu and an Arapaima amongst others. But the special catch of the day was this rarely seen Wallagu Attu. Just one of the many varieties to be found at the Lodge. Well done sir.
Sam & Lauren with a simultaneous brace…….
A total of at least 44 fish varieties across both ponds ranging from tiddlers up to 70 Kg. OK – our fish are NOT all monsters – however, they are big enough to test the casual angler and interesting enough for those who like something different..
Our fishing prices are STILL not monstrous either.
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Why not try our Full English Breakfast whilst you visit – we serve it all day!
WHERE ARE WE?
If you have G.P.S, you can find us at 12o 34′ 43.94″ N 99o 53′ 22.81″ E. Alternatively, you can get directions from our ‘Location’ map above.
We are signposted from the Pa La U Road (We are off Highway 3218) and the main Cha Am – Hua Hin bypass Highway 37 (Also signed as AH2). You will also find us on ‘Google Maps’ and you can get directions from there.
ACCOMMODATION AT THE LODGE
Take a look at our ‘Rooms’ – we have comfortable rooms at THB 1,200 per night, that can sleep up to three persons (more by arrangement).
If you like your fishing, then you have probably seen ‘Must Fish Mondays’ ‘Fishy Sundays’, ‘Monster Fish’, ‘Fish Warrior’, ‘Hooked’, ‘River Monsters’, ‘Extreme Fishing’, ‘Catching Giants’ and other TV shows that often feature the exotic species of the Amazon and / or S.E. Asia. You dream of catching one of these beauties but you are on holiday with your family in Hua Hin, Thailand and just maybe, the chances of fulfilling your dreams might seem a long way off. Well – it’s a lot easier than you think……………………………..
S0 – Where can you get the chance to catch Arapaima up to 176 lbs (80 Kg)? Giant Mekong Catfish up to 136 lbs (62 Kg)? Amazon Redtail Catfish up to 73 lbs (33 Kg)? Alligator Gar up to 70 lbs (32 Kg)? Pacu up to 25 lbs (11 Kg)? or even Giant Siamese Carp up to 70 lbs (32 Kg)?, in a great setting, ONLY 10km from Hua Hin Town Centre with transport (Day package only) to & from the lodge, INCLUDING lunch (A choice of any dish from our menu and a fruit platter), with free flowing soft drinks and water, (Large bottles with Ice Bucket), tea and coffee during your visit, INCLUDING 2 (TWO) fully tackled rods and all the bait that you will need – one rod on bread, one rod on flesh bait, INCLUDING assistance of a baitman / gillie / guide, for just THB 4,300 / adult – THB 1,900 / child under 12 and THB 600 / accompanying non-fishing guest…….
AT HUA HIN FISHING LODGE THAT’S WHERE!
ON OUR ALL INCLUSIVE DAY PACKAGE ! WITHOUT DOUBT – STILL – SIMPLY THE BEST VALUE AND NEAREST FRESHWATER DAY FISHING IN HUA HIN
Day tickets also available at THB 800 top pond and THB 1,900 both ponds, children aged 12 and under charged half price. (Inclusive of provision of one rod – bait chargeable extra)
HERE ARE SOME VIEWS OF THE LODGE
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**WHAT IS CATCH & RELEASE FISHING?
Catch and release fishing is a practice within recreational fishing, intended as a technique of conservation. After capture, the fish are unhooked and returned to the water before experiencing serious exhaustion or injury. Using barbless hooks, it is often possible to release the fish without removing it from the water (a slack line is frequently sufficient).
Recreational Fishing (Catch & release) is one of the most popular pastimes in the World. More than 100 million Americans & Europeans regularly go fishing. Fisheries are responsible for maintaining healthy and productive fish populations.
What is good fishing to one person, may not be good fishing to another. Some anglers don’t care what they catch as long as they catch something. Other anglers are only interested in certain species of fish. Some want to catch lots of fish while others want big fish. Still others don’t care if they catch anything as long as they get to relax in the beautiful outdoors. At Hua Hin Fishing Lodge we try and accommodate all of these needs.
Hua Hin Fishing Lodge proudly holds at least 7 (Seven) species of fish that are currently listed on the ‘Endangered’ or Critically Endangered’ species list of WWF.
So – before you decide on a freshwater fishing experience in Hua Hin ………..
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