Thailand, das ‘Land des Lächelns’, ist nicht nur bekannt für die herrlichen Strände auf den tropischen Inseln, fuer das pulsierende Nachtleben in den touristischen Hochburgen, für die Nationalparks mit atemberaubenden Wasserfällen umgeben von tropischer Fauna und Flora, den bunten Märkten
Fifteen Siamese carp, in an average size of 26-34lbs, found a new home at our lake this morning. A nice addition to our bigger residents at the lake. More carp in big size (70-90lbs) will be released in the raining
Dreamlake fishing resort catches can be really slow in January due to the cold nighttime temperatures in the winter season. This year our guests being quite lucky. The weather was relatively mild with just a few nights being 10-12 degree
Our catch report for January 202 at Borsang lake. The fishing for Mekong catfish (Pla Buek) and striped catfish (Pla Sawai) at Borsang lake was excellent as always. Especially during the afternoon sessions many big cats between 30 – 40+kg
Great news New Fish Stock – Tambaqui and Redtail catfishWe are glad to announce that 25 Redtail catfish and 25 Tambaqui (The biggest member of the ‘Characin family’ in the Amazon) found a new home at our lake in December.
Eric Duncan (USA) and his lovely family spend one weeks with us at Dream Lake fishing Chiang mai. The fishing was quite slow, as always in the cool winter season up north, but the well experienced angler caught 10 Redtail
Our good, old German friends Jakob, Gerd, Peter and Nicki stayed with us again for 2 weeks in November. The fishing was really slow in due of a cold spell and cool nighttime temperatures. (Conditions will be even more difficult
Mick and Simon (UK) arrived for a two day session. The fishing was quite slow, but the well experienced anglers managed to catch 2 Wallago, several Striped Catfish, a Rohu in specimen size and a beautiful Redtail Catfish.
Robert (Germany) checked in for one night. Only a few Rohu and Catfish in medium size being caught during the day, the fish got more active in the evening, and Rob managed to catch a nice ‘Wallago’ and a ‘Siamese