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The Best Deep Sea Fishing Company 15Th Nov


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hello every one,

ive been in bangkok for 30days now ive extended my visa so im in the country untill decem and im desperate to come to pattaya and get out to sea for some deep sea sport fishing!

im going to be in pattaya around the15th of nov with a friend and i want to get hooked in to some decent fish

how ever as i have no experinace with the fishing companys in the area i want to choose the best one as a good day can be made or lost depending on the quality of the fishing tour guide/charter comany etc

so if any one here has any experiance or good reviews or can recomend a good company that would be good!!!!!

cheers james

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Having tried ALL the so called fishing trips (and today) I can tell you that Deep sea fishing is a waste of time in Thailand, its overfished and you are very unlikely to catch anything over say 3kgs if that.

I seen the pics but never seen in reality.

Its a nice day out and thats it. Good luck and let me know if you catch anything big.

:violin:

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I have been deep sea fishing in Phuket with private chartered boats and had a great time. If you don't want to head down there then there is actually a lake to fish in bangkok that has all sorts of giants. Don't even bother try to fish in Pattaya. I would be interested to hear about what you decided to do and how it went. You can go to Bungsamran Lake in Bangkok and fish or contact one of the fishing guides and have them meet you out there.

http://www.bungsamran.com/en/

http://www.john-tom.com/FishingInThailand/FishingInThailand.html#FishingGuide

http://www.siamfishingtours.com/

PHUKET

http://www.thebigblues.com/

http://www.phuket-fishing.com/

SAMUI

http://www.fishinginthailand.com/index.html

KRABI

http://www.gillhamsfishingresorts.com/

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I have been deep sea fishing in Phuket with private chartered boats and had a great time. If you don't want to head down there then there is actually a lake to fish in bangkok that has all sorts of giants. Don't even bother try to fish in Pattaya. I would be interested to hear about what you decided to do and how it went. You can go to Bungsamran Lake in Bangkok and fish or contact one of the fishing guides and have them meet you out there.

http://www.bungsamran.com/en/

http://www.john-tom....ml#FishingGuide

http://www.siamfishingtours.com/

PHUKET

http://www.thebigblues.com/

http://www.phuket-fishing.com/

SAMUI

http://www.fishingin....com/index.html

KRABI

http://www.gillhamsfishingresorts.com/

I would agree , go to lake and get guide there ....best catching day of fishing you will ever have......or go to Phuket and head out to Admin islands take 2-3 days to fish as it is a 1/2 day trip there but GREAT fishing....Pattaya is a bust ......or you may try far south islands ...not bad .....

good luck but you will not need any if you go to lake....20 min from down town Bangkok...

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Probably you are not really looking for a Thai fishing pond experience, but maybe the other posters are right, its all fished out here. Years ago, Bang Saray was where people went to go shark or sail fishing. I dont know what the situation there is now. Pond fishing is alright if you are planing on having a meal, and some beer, but it isnt quite like out in the sea. Between Phi Phi island and Phuket was good fishing for sail fish before. I have caught a couple there, 23 and 24 kg, not the biggest, but had the time of my life. Took 55 min to get the 24kg in, and 40 degree heat. I will never forget that fish!!

Good luck!

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