Thai Fishing offer guided lure and fly fishing in Khao Sok National Park’s jungle rivers and Cheow Lan Lake. With over ten years’ experience of organizing fishing trips in this beautiful region of Thailand; We are proud to say that we personally and meticulously tailor our fishing tours for anglers of all levels.
Fly fishing Khao Sok Jungle Rivers which cut through the mountains and hills and run into the lake. Offer world class Mahseer fishing and Fly fishing is a wonderful way to search out the Mahseer with amazing results. The Jungle Rivers where we fish hold one of the largest populations of Mahseer in Thailand. In Cheow Lan Lake a Thai Mahseer of no less than 17 kilograms was caught on a baited hook. You can find much more info about our Khao Sok fly fishing trips for Mahseer here. Together with the exiting lure fishing for Giant snakehead and Hampala barb in the lake. Makes Cheow Lan Lake and the jungle river fishing in Khao Sok National Park, to the best place to go fishing in Thailand, for wild fish.
Between Surat Thani to the east (120km) and Khao Lak on the west coast (140 km) and (180 km) northeast from Phuket, to the south. On December 22nd 1980 The Royal Forest Department of Thailand declared Khao Sok as the 22nd national park of Thailand. The National Park covers 645 km2 of pristine wilderness and is a part of one of the oldest rainforest’s in the world.
Khao Sok borders Sri Phang Nga National Park to the south-west and Kang Krung National Park in the north. Together this whole region of protected rainforest covers a huge area of more than 4,000 km2. Khao Sok has the highest level of rainfall in Thailand (3,500 mm per year). The heaviest rains are between May and October, the driest period between November and April. All this rain is helping to fill up the enormous Cheow Lan Lake, which are located inside The National Park. In most of the region, ground level is about 200m above sea level, with the average mountain heights around 400m and the tallest peak is 960m in height. Because of this combination of seclusion and lush vegetation has made The National Park, a perfect habitat for a breath-taking array of animals, plants and trees.
There are recorded 48 species of mammals; so it is one of the places in Thailand, where there is living the greatest variety of mammals. You can find the Malaysian Sun Bear, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Malaysian Tapir, wild Elephants, Monkeys, Gibbon, Water Buffalo, also Wild Boar and Otters amongst a host of other astonishing creatures. There is also an incredible diversity of bird life dwells around Cheow Lan Lake. With 311 recorded species, five different types of Hornbill, various Kingfishers and also different Eagles can be spotted here.