Teak Tree Fishing Lake
While there are many fishing resorts in Thailand, if you are looking for something special, a trip to the Chiang Mai Teak Tree Fishing Lake is sure to pay off. You’ll find everything you need here, and it is a special setting that allows you to get away from it all.
Where is the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
The Teak Tree Fishing Lake is located in Chiang Mai, making this a great option for those looking to fish in North Thailand. The resort is only twenty minutes from the local airport, but you will feel as though you have escaped to a tranquil setting.
What are the Teak Tree Fishing Lake opening hours?
If you are looking for an early start to your day, you are guaranteed one here. The fishing begins at 7am, so if you are an early riser, you can be casting off early doors. The fishing continues until dusk, so you can enjoy a very long day.
The resort team have discretion when the fishing day ends, but if you’re in luck, you can clock up a considerable amount of time fishing.
What fish are stocked at the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
You are in for a treat when you fish here, as there are more than 40 species on offer for you. You should be on the lookout for:
- African Walking Catfish; Sharptooth Catfish
- Alligator Gar
- Asian Redtail
- Atlantic Tarpon
- Bighead Carp
- Black Shark Minnow; Black Carp
- Catfish Shark
- Cave Brook Carp
- Chinese Silver Carp
- Featherback Clown
- Featherback Giant
- Firewood Catfish
- Golden Featherback
- Gounch; Giant Bagarius
- Jau Catfish; Zungaro
- Java Barb
- Juliens Golden Price Carp
- Lau Lau
- Mad Barb
- Marble Catfish
- Marbled Goby
- Ripshaw Catfish
- Rohu; Indian Carp
- Sawai Noo
- Small Scale Mud Carp
- Soldier River Barb
- Sorubim Hybrid; Red-tail x Tiger Catfish
- Suckermouth Catfish
- Tiger Catfish; Barred Sorubim
- Tricolour Shark Minnow
- Wallago Leerii; Great Black Sheatfish
- Yellowcheek Carp
- Zig Zag Eel
Can I hire equipment at the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
Most people don’t want to bring equipment with them to a fishing resort, and you will be well taken care of at Teak Tree Fishing Lake. You receive equipment and bait at the resort, and if you need to hire any more, you can do so.
Please be advised that if you wish to use your own bait, you need approval from the team.
Is the Teak Tree Fishing Lake safe?
The lake is well run by an experienced team, and there are some rules which need to be followed. Bait cannot be left in the water unattended, barbless hooks are the only hooks allowed, and all fishing tackle must be checked by the team before being used. No live bait is to be used; and this is a catch and release fishery.
Are there additional packages available for the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
The cost of the stay includes three meals a day, providing you with breakfast, lunch and dinner. The standard offering is a Western breakfast, a light lunch and then a great range of Thai dishes to choose from at night. If you desire Western meals at night, this can be arranged. Guests are invited to dine in the main house, or on the patio which overlooks the lake.
All guests will find their fridge is kitted out with water and ice, while coffee, tea and whitener products are provided. Guests are permitted to bring snacks and drinks for their stay. If required, a trip to the local supermarket at the start of the trip can be organised.
Can I book a room at the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
There are two bungalows on offer, both covering 200 square metres, and each bungalow contains@
- 2 good sized double bedrooms
- A spacious open-plan lounge/dining area with a comfortable sofa and pleasant modern decor
- Air conditioning throughout
- Fully fitted kitchen equipped with hob, fridge, kettle, cooking utensils, chinaware and cutlery
- TV, DVD/music player in the lounge
- Western standard en-suite bathrooms attached to each bedroom, with hot water showers
Both of the bungalows are completed to a high standard, and both feature a waterside balcony, which connects with the lounge and front bedroom.
Can I get a photograph with the fish I catch?
As you would expect from a reputable catch and release fishery, the guides will talk you through the process, and you will need to get into the water for the photograph. However, if you follow these instructions, you’ll have an excellent memento of your time here.
How do I book a trip to the Teak Tree Fishing Lake?
If you have read this far, it is likely the thought of fishing at the Teak Tree Fishing Lake 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 the owner Bruce Dale direct on 0861926026.
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.