Queen Sirikit Dam

Guided snakehead fishing trip to the Queen sirikit dam in Uteradit.The Queen Sirikit Daml is  located in the Uttaradit Province, is Thailand’s largest earth dam, constructed under the  Nan River Basin Development Project, Built in 1973 over the Nan River, this reservoirs covers an area of 220 square kilometers. Originally named as Pha Som Dam, its name  was later changed to Sirikit Dam. We are proud to offer 3-day tours to explore this unique venue in search of the ferocious Giant Snakehead and Hampala Barb (Jungle Perch). Our base camp will be a sinple accommodation on a floating Bamboo raft, from here we start our adventurous trips deep into the jungle of breathtaking beauty.

Guided fishing tour to Queen sirikit dam Thailand
Giant snakehead fishing trip from Chiang mai Thailand.
Jungle perch fishing at queen sirikit dam

Itinerairy:

Day 1: 9.00a.m pick up from your hotel or guesthouse in Chiang Mai.
Transfer to the reservoirs 3-3.5 hours
Lunch at the raft.
Lure fishing in the afternoon until dawn.
Return to the raft for dinner and overnight stay

Day 2: Start 5.30-6.00a.m. with a local boatman to explore the reservoir.
Fishing until 11.00a.m., Return to the raft about noon for lunch.
Start again fishing between 2.30-3.00p.m. until dawn.
Return to the raft for dinner and overnight stay

Day 3: Start 5.30-6.00a.m. with a local boatman to explore the reservoir.
Fishing until 11.00a.m., Return to  the raft about noon for lunch.
We take a rest and leave about 3.00p.m. heading back to Chiang Mai

Price: 32,000,-Baht per angler

All fishing trips include:

Round trip transport from Chiang Mai.
Boat rental, basic accommodation on a raft,
all food, drinking water, soft drinks.
Full guide assistance.
Tackle, we provide spinning reels and rods and lures for our guests, but anglers who wish to use a baitcaster, or who want to try their hand at fly fishing, will have  to bring their own tackle. It is also recommended that you bring, during the raining season (June-October), wet weather clothing along with you.

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