Sunday, March 16, 2014

Soro Mahseer

Took my family to a waterfall in eastern Thailand for a swim last weekend and what a place it was! If there is a Heaven for a Mahseer angler this must be it. Place was full of Soro Mahseer (Tor Tambra), biggest fish I saw was around 8kg size.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

November 2014 Headwater trip

5 days/6 nights Headwater Mahseer Fly fishing trip to the pristine rivers in the Cheow Lan area of Southern Thailand. We only accept max. 2 anglers on this trip and this is the absolute peak season to fish these waters. An average good angler will catch 15+ Mahseer per day here and big fish are available. The trip includes: Airport transfers from Surathani Airport (Many daily flights from Bangkok with Nok Air, Air Asia and Thai Airways) to Cheow Lan, Boat with crew and fuel on the Cheow Lan reservoir, English speaking experienced Mahseer fly fishing guide, all flies (tied in our own Thai based Fly studio) top of the line fly rods and reels, camping gear, all meals and drinking water and national park fees. 
The following dates are availble: Nov. 3-8. Nov. 10-15, Nov. 17-22.  The cost for the trip is: 63.000 THB (approx. 1900 US$) for one angler or if you are two 68.000 THB (approx. 2080 US$)

Contact me at: if you want to experience some of the world’s finest Mahseer dry fly and nymph sight fishing during the absolute peak season in this nature paradise destination.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

A Mahseer for Christmas

Santa was nice to Alexander this year,  the beautiful Stracheyi Mahseer above was caught far up in one of the Cheow Lan area rivers on a dry fly.


Sunday, November 17, 2013


The Mahseer fly fishing season is now in full swing in Thailand. The pictures below are from the last week of fly fishing the headwaters of the rivers flowing into the Cheow Lan reservoir in Southern Thailand.



Friday, October 4, 2013

Mega Mahseer from Sarawak!

Some of the biggest Thai Mahseer (Tor Tambroides) that ever been caught comes from Malaysia's Sarawak state on Borneo. The biggest reported was from Kapit in Sarawak and it pushed the scale to 32 kg! The mighty Rajang river and its tributaries has produced many of the big Mahseers in Sarawak. Below you can see how these fantastic fish look like:
25kg Mahseer from Kapit
A 20 kg beauty!
Monster Mahseer fom Kapit! No confirmed weight available but looks much bigger than 32kg!