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Catch Report - April 2012

IT Lake Monsters
fishing in Thailand at IT Lake Monsters
arapaima fishing in Thailand
Chao Phraya Catfish fishing Thailand
Amazon Redtail catfish Thailand
Boon Mar Ponds
barramundi fishing in Thailand
lure fishing in Thailand at Boon Mar Ponds
Bungsamran Lake
fishing in Bangkok
Bangkok fishing
catfish fishing Thailand
fishing in Thailand
fishing Bangkok for Mekong catfish
catfish fishing Thailand
fishing in Bangkok
fishing Bungsamran
fishing Bangkok Bungsamran
catfish fishing in Bangkok
Fishing Thailand
fishing Bangkok for catish


The main headlines for April's fishing in Thailand must be awarded to budding 10-yr-old junior angler Kit Glenwright accompanied by his father Bill.

Being an avid lure angler the itinerary was created for Kit to include two days lure fishing for barramundi at Boon Mar Ponds on the first and last days with a day bait fishing at IT Lake Monsters sandwiched in the middle to fish for a variety of Amazonian monsters.

Boon Mar Ponds produced barramundi to 8kg for Kit - who at such at a young age uses a baitcasting reel with great skill. The fishing at IT Lake Monsters produced some terrific specimens for Kit too including a 45kg arapaima & a 30kg Amazon redtail catfish; both of which beat dad's personal bests! Bill however did go on to catch an equally worthy specimen of his own in the form of a 30kg Chao Phraya catfish - a splendid new species and personal best.

As for Bungsamran Lake this month - the majority of anglers were targeting the Mekong catfish with great success, plenty of fish between 40-50kg making for extremely tiring work in the 38 degree Celsius heat of April.

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