A fish-filled weekend with customers from Australia, England, Ireland, Finland, Russia and Kazakhstan to name a few. “Bag up” sessions for some and a little more challenging for others with everyone getting amongst ’em.
Our pal Tim Darton has been using his fly rod for several months now and its been great to see him improving each week, he is now tying his own fly’s and so it was even more rewarding than usual when a nice little Siamese carp took one of his own creations on Saturday. Well done mate, Arapaima or Chow Phraya next?
Yesterday saw our mate Danny and his pal Milo get plenty of Mekong action, as mentioned above a little slower for some but the truth is there are not many that want to catch too many of these fish as they really put you through your paces.
Very hot now and a power cut meant our oxygen pumps cut out the other night which sadly resulted in a few fish deaths, probably weaker fish, always sad to see but worry not as there are plenty in here.
Our pal Malcolm celebrated his birthday yesterday at Sanook bar in Karon which sadly I missed out on as I was laid up with Man Flu or similar for the last couple of days, on the mend now and hopefully able to help him celebrate again later this evening with beers and nibbles here after fishing, so if you want to wish him well you know where he’ll be.
We still have bookings every day but as expected the pre-Easter/Songkran (Thai new year) period has been a little quieter than of late. It’s sure to pick up again in the coming days so if you want to make the most of the quieter time get in touch and join us for some…….”FUNFISHIN!”…………