LATEST UPDATE 28 APRIL 2016
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 12 YEARS AGO, WE HAVE SIMPLY THE BEST VALUE, FAMILY FRIENDLY, FRESHWATER, CATCH & RELEASE**, LAKE FISHING IN HUA HIN.
Currently No: 5 of 170 Speciality Lodgings in Hua Hin, we are the proud winners of a tripadvisor® Certificate of Excellence for 2014 AND 2015, where nearly 97% of our reviewers rate us as ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’
You can also find us on ‘Facebook’, where we currently have 564 ‘likes’ together with a 4.5* review rating.
Don’t just take our word for it – come on over and check us out!
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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, which were just two of the many fish that they caught. As usual, it was the lady who caught more………..
Mark & Lisa were back yesterday for their second visit of their holiday. As usual, a great time had with these folk, with Lisa indulging in getting slimed up and slapped by my fish…………….Their kind message………..
“Terry, thanks yet again for a fab day yesterday! Looking forward to coming back already! Here r a few snaps capturing the day!! Most of these fish were worth stripping for and the arapaima def worth the slapping!! Lol! Thanks again.”
Hope to see you both again soon
Photos include a great close up of an Amazon Redtail Catfish, a good slimey Giant Siamese Carp and a nice sized Gar (Not cuddled…..) The Giant Mekong was caught on the first of their two visits.
And the variety at the Lodge STILL keeps coming. A magnificent Arawana from our bottom pond caught by Aulis – well done sir.
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
Just got this photo of a fine 15Kg Asian Redtail Catfish caught on 2nd Feb. The variety at the Lodge just keeps coming…………
Bob has stayed and fished with us several times in the past and is always looking for a new species to his list. He’s been with us for a couple of days already and has had plenty of Siamese Carp, Pacu etc. Today (23/01/16) however, we crossed one off of his species list when the Lodge produced this lovely 12 kg Jullien’s Golden Carp. Well done again Bob – these Carp are some of our prized possessions, being a Critically Endangered Species in the wild.
Everything comes to those who wait. Having seen his son catch an Arapaima the day before, John came back and tried his luck again. With his day nearing it’s end he bagged this 45Kg specimen.Well done John.
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.
Malcolm popped by and dangled a rod. After a few reasonable Giant Siamese Carp, he then blew away the record for the Top Pond with this 22 Kg Giant Mekong Catfish………Well done sir, may I remind you that the Top Pond is where the small fish are supposed to be……………….
Paul Mulally joined us on our ‘Day Package’ and successfully bagged quite a few nice fish. He sent us some photos of his day and here are two of them. Both fish weighing in at around 18 – 19 Kg, a Giant Siamese Carp and A Giant Mekong Catfish, both coming out of our Top Pond. Well done Paul and glad that you had a good time.
Sam & Lauren with a simultaneous brace…….
Richard with his 25Kg Amazon Redtail Catfish
Jake with a 10+Kg Pacu
Lord Morgan with his Clown Knifefish
Giant Mekong Catfish
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 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 1,500 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 3,500 / adult, (Minimum of two fishing customers from Cha Am or Pranburi / Pak Nam Pran) – THB 1,900 / child under 12 and THB 500 / 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 600 top pond and THB 1,500 both ponds (inclusive of provision of one rod – bait chargeable extra)
HERE ARE SOME VIEWS OF THE LODGE
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR NEW VIDEO GALLERY. The link is at the top of this page.
If YOU have a video taken recently at the Lodge and it’s uploaded on ‘YouTube’ – let us know and we can showcase it here on this site.
ALSO – Check the new Restaurant Menu
**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.
FINALLY – A note concerning the feeding of our fish.
Some fisheries artificially feed their stock with pellets and hormonal supplements to encourage rapid and abnormal growth rates. Predatory species are often fed with chicken and / or meat products. We believe that this practice is detrimental to the natural health of the fish.
Our fish live on the natural food of our ponds – weed, crustacean, freshwater prawn, shrimp and crab, together with the fingerlings of the breeding species such as Tilapia (Pla Nin) and Tapien.
They of course obtain food from the ground bait used by our customers, mainly bread and rice flour, together with the small live/dead baits used to tempt our predator species.
As a policy, we NEVER practice artificial feeding to increase our stock size.
So – before you decide on a freshwater fishing experience in Hua Hin ………..
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