Thai Fishing offer fishing trips in Khao Lak. 100 km north of Phuket on the west coast in the Andaman Sea in Southern Thailand. Our fishing trips to the reefs and the FADs (Fish Aggregating Devices) at Khao Lak and Similan Islands; will bring you to some of the best saltwater fishing in Thailand.
The FAD is a fishing hot spot with a virtually guaranteed catch to any angler. They offer a variety of saltwater game fish species, which are interesting for the fisherman like; Dorado, Wahoo, Giant Trevally, Spanish mackerel, Barracuda, Queen Fish, Sailfish, Cobia, and various species of Tuna, Snapper and Grouper. It is possible to fish in several different ways at the FAD. Here you can fly fish, Popper fish and fish with jigs or fish with live bait. For the fisherman who only wish to fish for the biggest fish; we recommend our Jigging and popper fishing trips to the FAD at Similan Islands.
Starts in October and runs through May. All our Khao Lak fishing trips are done from Long tail-boats or by speed boats. Our fishing trips from long-tail boats are day trips and without compromising the quality of the fishing equipment, we can offer saltwater fishing at a low price. The Similan Islands fishing trip, can be done as a day trip or multi-day trips. Our Similan Islands fishing tours is only made from our 2 walk-around sport fishing Speed boats.
The Dorado fishing trips from Long-tail boats to the FAD are our low price fishing tours. The FAD are made by local fishermen and designed to create habitats for marine life. Like small crustaceans, squid and small bait-fish; and has created some of the best Dorado fishing in Thailand. The fishing method on this trip is with live bait or trolling with dead bait. By using this fishing method, it is not only Dorado you have the chance to catch on these trips. But also other game fish such as: Wahoo, Giant Trevally, Spanish Mackerel, Barracuda, Queen Fish, Sailfish and Cobia. More info. Click here
Jigging and popper fishing trips in the waters around the Similan Islands, from our 2 walk-around sport fishing Speedboats; will offer you the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular saltwater fishing in Thailand. Having fast boats means no unnecessary time wastage getting you there, which means you get more time fishing. More info. Click here
Our reef fishing trips for Giant Trevally around Khao Lak are offered only when the tide is correct. It is a very important factor for GT fishing at the coast. We have 3 different reefs which offer some of the best, inshore Popper fishing in Thailand for Giant Trevally. This fishing trip is done from our 27 ft walk-around speedboat, which is also perfect for fly fishing. If the conditions are right, there will also be an opportunity to wade on the reefs and fly fish. If you are only looking for XL size Giant Trevally, you might look at our jigging and popper fishing trips to the FAD at Similan Islands. More info. Click here
Besides our saltwater fishing trips in Khao Lak, we can also guide you to the best Big game fishing in Phuket. We work with the best captains and game boats in Phuket. We provide game fishing trips, on different charter boats. For the discerning angler who is looking for a quality boat within a budget, to top equipped Big Game fishing boats.
The sea around Phuket is the best destination for Big game fishing in Thailand. On our private charters you, on a day trip have the opportunity, to fish around Koh Racha Yai and Koh Racha Noi and the Drop Off. The two Islands are located south from Phuket and can offer some spectacular fishing for game fish such as; Sailfish, Wahoo, Dorado, Tuna, Barracuda, Giant Trevally and Spanish mackerel. The Drop Off west of Phuket is the place for trolling with large skirted lures for Black Marlin.
Our live-aboard Big game fishing trips, out from Phuket to Similan Islands; will bring you to the best fishing destination for Black Marlin fishing in Thailand. Koh Ha and Koh Rok Islands are the fishing destination if your target species is Sailfish, which are present all year round, in the mornings and evenings on most days. You can seen them jumping in large numbers close to the Islands. More info. Click here