The inland capture fisheries resources of Thailand comprise 47 major rivers and canals, 8000 natural lakes and swamps, 1745 medium and small reservoirs, 3147 village fish ponds, a brackishwater lake (Songkhla) and 10859 other public water bodies, covering a total surface area of 1285420 ha (Table 4.1).
Songkhla Lake (Thai: ทะเลสาบสงขลา , RTGS: Thale Sap Songkhla , IPA: [tʰa. leː sàːp sǒŋ. kʰlǎː]) is the largest natural lake in Thailand.
Top Fishing Spots in Thailand Bungsamran Lake: Located in Bangkok, this lake is the most prolific big game fresh watering fishing in the world. Jurassic Fishing Park: Located less than 2 hours’ drive from Bangkok in the stunning seaside town of Cha Am, this 4 star fishing park offers prolific Arapaima and Carp fishing .
Fishing in Bangkok : My Wild Adventure Amazon BKK Lake. Bungsamran. IT Lake Monsters – Chaopraya Catfish Pond. Jurassic Mountain – Catch Jurassic Fish . Palm Tree Lagoon.
Tasik Kenyir or Kenyir Lake is an artificial lake located in Hulu Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia created in 1985 by the damming of the Kenyir River. The lake provides water to the Sultan Mahmud Power Station . It is the largest man-made lake in mainland South East Asia with an area of 260,000 hectares.
Central Thailand (central plain) is one of the regions of Thailand , covering the broad alluvial plain of the Chao Phraya River. It is separated from northeast Thailand (Isan) by the Phetchabun mountain range. The Tenasserim Hills separate it from Myanmar to the west.
You don’t need a licence . As far as I know you can fish anywhere that is public. You would need the owners permission if it required private access. Thais seem to have their favourite spots but finding where they are is another thing as you will need to have some local knowledge.
In the last few years, Thailand has become a world-class freshwater fishing destination. There are a huge range of species to hook, including Giant Carp, Mekong Giant Catfish and Arapaima. There are a number of great fishing spots all over Thailand , including national parks, resorts, ponds, dams and lakes.
The cheapest ticket to Thailand from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $249 one-way, and $499 round-trip. The most popular route is Los Angeles to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $499.