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Bungsamran Fishing Park

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21/596 Soi Navamin 42 Navamin Rd Bungkum Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Thailand
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Big M wrote a review Sep 2020
Hatta, United Arab Emirates6 contributions3 helpful votes
Shooting fish in a barrel. If you are from UK it’s not the angling experience you’re after. Guide baits up casts strikes ..... then gives you the rod to pull in a dead weight .... only Mekong Cats in here no carp. Not a fishing experience at all please save your money and stay away.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Kenny Woods wrote a review Dec 2019
Vietnam4 contributions4 helpful votes
It’s difficult to know where to start ! You arrive and get one fishing option which is not explained and you get charged 6000 THB appropriately $200 . You then get taken to your fishing peg for the day . The guide then sets up your tackle and casts ( you sit looking at the lake ) The float goes under and fish on . The guide sets the hook and hands you the rod to reel it in . Once the fish is landed the guide un hook the fish let’s you have a photo and puts it back . You are actually paying a ridicules price for someone else to go fishing . I sat there , while the guide went fishing OMG what a joke . Why would anyone do that ?? The bait is also a massive rip off . 520BHT for a bucket of bread FFS. After 3 hours I decided to call it a day . I went to reception and after a 35 minuets argument they canceled my payment . It’s watching not fishing . The place is also full of locals that are no way paying the prices they charge me . If you like fishing stay away !!!!!!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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May C wrote a review Nov 2019
Hong Kong, China23 contributions5 helpful votes
This is the 3rd time I have been to Bungsamran. I come here once a year just to get that monster fighting itchiness off my finger and what can I say, Bungsamran fishing park never let me down. This time I even brought my mom and my 4 year old daughter with me. They have air-conditioned hut with washroom and a bed so you don’t need to worry, they can cool off and even sleep in the room when they get tired or watch you catching monsters Mekong Catfish. I always just rent one rod and takes turn with my husband because the fish just keeps coming and you definitely need time to revive before you fight another monster. Price is a bit pricey but I think it is all worth it. I arranged it with TFF Cat and the price comes to 7500B for one rod and inclusive with a gillie, net and bait (bread crumbs) and a air conditioned hut, you can fish from 9am to 8pm. If you haven’t tried catching Mekong catfish, you should definitely give this place a try!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Kevin M wrote a review Oct 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom124 contributions46 helpful votes
Had a day here in August with son and our non-fishing wives. Hired a bungalow with air con, double bedroom, toilet, shower fridge and outside seating area for the day for THB2,000. Total cost was THB 11,500 including professional guide for 8 hours. Expensive but worth it. We caught 10 Mekong Giant Catfish each - 20-29kg x 5, 30 kg x3, 35kg x4, 40 kg x3, 45 kg x2, 50 kg x2 and one @ 60kg.m and 2 Siamese Carp at 25kg and a monster 50kg - which the guide told us would get him a bonus of 2 days pay. Great fishing, professional and friendly guide, good cheap food and drink - and sore back for 2 days!! Highly recommended. The trip was arranged for me via Kat at Thailand Fishing Friends - who also got me a discount of THB1,180. She met us at the entrance and took care of everything all day - including arranging food and drinks deliveries to the bungalow. You can contact her on their website
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Rick M wrote a review Aug 2019
Bangkok, Krung Thep, Thailand4 contributions5 helpful votes
In the 15 years I have been fishing at Bungsamran from the old location at nawamin rd to the new location Bungsamran 2 the price has sky rocketed. From 1000B 15 years ago to 4000B today and this is the price is before you add in all the extras most tourists will require. A Rod, A net, A guide, The bait a Fishing bungalow. Now it is possible to fish from the common fishing platform, but you could find yourself getting very frustrated very quickly with how tight the other fishermen get crossing your line and tangling your gear. All in all the fishing will likely cost you 5500 -7000B for one rod. Now if you are short on time and have never fished at bungsamran I am sure you will have a good day however if you have a little time and want to get to a better fishing lake Thailand has plenty to offer. As a rough guide most, other lakes will charge 5000B – 6000B per day. Now I know what you are thinking that’s the same as bungsamran but wait. For this you get 2 rods (sometimes 3 rods depending on the lake) you can use one rod to fish for predator fish where as at Bungsamran you are not allowed to fish for predator fish. You get the bait included. You get the guide / fishing help included. You get a much quieter lake as they control the number of fishermen per day and you will get your own fishing platform with plenty of space between you and the next fisherman. So, all in all Bungsamran is overpriced for 1 rod that you can only use to fish for carp and catfish. If you have the time, I would advise you make your way out of Bangkok to one of the other fishing options in Thailand.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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