TOP 5 largest freshwater fish, inhabiting the waters of Thailand
For hunters of large, trophy fish in Thailand is of interest as a place which will obtam many largest freshwater fish, which include:
1. Mekong giant catfish. He also PLA the Bull. Large and powerful fish, but, unfortunately, at present in the free waters are rare. It grows up to 200 kg and reaches a length of 3 meters. Most often it take, a fish captured on paid reservoirs, and in the largest river of the country – the Mekong.
2. Giant Siamese carp. Inhabitant of the largest lakes and reservoirs of Thailand. Grows up weighing up to 150 kg with a length of 1.5 meters. Very careful freshwater fish. Most often caught on a hook on paid water bodies. Protected by law. Most of the reservoirs caught on a “catch and release”.
3. Giant snakehead. A strong, voracious and dangerous predator. Reaches length of 1 meter and weight up to 30 kg. Lives mainly in swampy areas and in shallow waters heavily zakoryazhennyh waters.
4. Red-tailed catfish. Beautiful predatory fish, an alien from South America who have mastered most of the water bodies of Thailand. Grows up to 1 meter and weighs up to 20 kg, rests near the shore.
5. Alligator Gar, he’s Gar, he’s Armored pike. An active predator, one of the most ancient inhabitants of fresh waters. On average it reaches a length of 2 meters and weight up to 100 kg.
These fish are considered to be the largest freshwater inhabitants of Thailand. Catch them both from the shore and from a boat using a powerful rod fitted with a bait casting reel.