Chalong Fishing Park

You don’t need to look too hard to find excellent fishing parks in Thailand, but not every area is covered as well as the rest. The Chalong Fishing Park stands out for many reasons, and if you are in this part of Thailand, you should seriously consider booking a trip to this resort.

Where is the Chalong Fishing Park?

The park is in the Rawai area of Phuket, an area that many people are already familiar with. There is a lot of simple connections available to and from the resort. Whether you are looking for a day of fishing, or you want to attend on multiple days, you should find that this resort has everything you could want or need.

Important Chalong Fishing Park updates in 2021

The park has provided regular updates on their site as to how they are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. If there are any further changes to what the resort offers, or there is anything which might impact your stay, you will be notified on the website.

What are the Chalong Fishing Park opening hours?

The fishing park has been opened between 8am and 6pm recently, but please be aware that the park has been closed on Monday and Tuesday for a large part of 2021. This has been down to COVID-19 restrictions, and giving the staff the time to ensure the park is at its very best for the rest of the week.

The team are hopeful of opening up fully as soon as possible, so be sure to check their Facebook page or website to find the latest information regarding the Chalong Fishing Park opening hours.

What fish are stocked at the Chalong Fishing Park?

You can enjoy fishing for more than 20 different species at the Chalong Fishing Park. There is a host of fish over 40kg, and there is a high catch rate at the resort. This should ensure that you have plenty to aim for, and if you need any assistance, be sure to ask the guides on hand for help.

Can I hire equipment at the Chalong Fishing Park?

As you would expect, you can book all the equipment you need to enjoy yourself at the Chalong Fishing Park. The day passes provide you with ample equipment, tackle and bait, which most anglers find is more than enough for their needs.

If you are keen to hire additional equipment, this can be arranged. Anyone looking to use their own equipment must have these items approved by management.

Is the Chalong Fishing Park safe?

With the park deemed a child-friendly fishing park, you’ll be glad to know it is a safe park. As you would expect, there is a list of rules and regulations which must be followed in the resort. If you and your fellow anglers do as you are told, and listen to the guides, you should find this is an excellent fishing resort.

Can I get a photograph with the fish I catch?

If you have gone to the effort of catching a fish, you want to capture the moment. You’ll be glad to know that you can get a photograph with the fish, and your guide will be on hand to take care of this.

You should pose for photos of the fish in either landing net or by kneeling on the unhooking mates. The resort requests that people don’t stand for photos while holding the fish. Damaging a fish will incur charges.

How do I book a trip to the Chalong Fishing Park?

If you have read this far, it is likely the thought of fishing at the Chalong Fishing Park is a hugely appealing one. We love it, and highly recommend it. It’s one of the leading fishing resorts in Thailand, and we’re delighted to say so many people have booked through us, and then got back in touch to tell us they’ve had a fantastic time.

If you are interested in booking this fishing resort, please contact us via our enquiry form or contact our Head Guide Barry Gregory direct on +66 946740227.

We can provide you with everything you need from start to finish to ensure you have an excellent trip.

*Transfers are available from every major destination in Thailand, prices do vary depending on destination and to which fishery, please enquire via our website.

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