Predator fishing Thailand – 28 12 2012

Visiting angler Mark decided to try some Thailand predator fishing during his Thailand holiday at IT Lake Monsters.

On arrival at IT Lake Monsters Predator Fishing lake the angler started by fishing with artificial lures which he worked through various areas of the lake.

After several dropped strikes Mark succeeded in hooking up with a small Alligator Gar which was soon brought under control and to the waiting net.

After carefully unhooking the Alligator Gar and releasing it back into the lake the angler continued to cast towards the many showing predators in the lake and was soon rewarded with another Alligator Gar of a similar size.

Mark continued to cast lures into the central area of the lake and it was not long before a Pacu was leaping out of the water in an effort to rid itself of the anglers lure.

After unhooking the Pacu and casting back into the same area another pacu was soon on its way to the net.

As the mornings Thailand predator fishing continued Mark added several Sorubim and an Asian Redtail Catfish to his tally of lure caught predators.

After a spell of inactivity and a change over to deadbait sport suddenly took an upturn with several good sized Redtail Catfish falling to free lined mackerel fillets with weights between 15-25kg’s.

More Spotted Sorubim were also banked weighing between 15-20 kg’s in addition to a bonus Tambaqui.

As the days Thailand predator fishing continued the Redtail Catfish really homed in on the deadbaits with Mark landing six Redtail Catfish on the trot with pleasing weights between 15-25kg’s.

At the end of his day of Predator fishing Thailand at IT Lake Monsters the angler had succeeded in landing a fifteen fish haul of monster fish consisting largely of Redtail Catfish, Sorubim and Alligator Gar caught on both lure and deadbait tactics.


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