IT Lake Monsters predator fishing – 03 09 2012
Australian angler Craig and two friends decided to include a day predator fishing at IT Lake Monsters during their Thailand holiday.
On arrival at the Predator fishing lake the anglers soon began lure fishing and casting towards the many showing fish out in the fishing pond.
It wasn’t long before all of the anglers were attached to predators which had hungrily slammed into their artificial lures.
Craig and his companions soon landed a selection of predators including Alligator Gar and Pacu as they worked their fishing lures at various areas around the fishing lake.
As the morning progressed the anglers continued to catch more Gar and Pacu in addition to a bonus Asian Redtail Catfish.
With sport starting to slow down as the afternoon approached the anglers soon changed over to deadbait causing the predator fishing action to once again heat up.
Very soon all of the anglers had landed Redtail Catfish with several simultaneous takes seeing them playing fish at the same time.
With a greedy shoal of Redtail Catfish seemingly homing in on their baited area the anglers landed a succession of the hungry Amazonian catfish with weights between 10-20kg’s.
Further casts produced additional monster fish species which included Sorubim and Asian Redtail Catfish all weighing between 10-20kg’s.
As the afternoons Thailand predator fishing continued the guys continued to add to their tally of monster fish with yet more Redtail Catfish being landed with fish to an estimated 25kg’s.
At the end of the days Thailand predator fishing trip to IT Lake Monsters the anglers had amassed a gigantic thirty fish haul consisting largely of Redtail Catfish topped by some beautiful specimens weighing around 25kg’s.