Teak Tree Lake – World class fishing in, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai’s Teak Tree Fishing Lake offers you the opportunity to catch specimen fish in a secluded and beautiful Northern Thailand setting. The lake boasts a wide range of species that few other fisheries can come close to; in Thailand, or anywhere else in the world. We provide everything – high quality fishing tackle, all the bait you need, and friendly guidance.
At Teak Tree Lake we pride ourselves on quality, providing you with a truly unique all-inclusive Northern Thailand fishing experienceIf you have been fishing in Thailand before, you will know how difficult it can be to find peace and tranquility. At Teak Tree Fishing Lake that is exactly what you get; a secluded fishing resort, with nobody else to disturb you – the lake and bungalows are exclusive to your group for the entirety of your stay. It’s only twenty minutes drive from Chiang Mai airport, but Teak Tree feels like a world away in its private and tranquil Northern Thailand setting.
Our lake boasts a range of species that is second to none in Northern Thailand – 5 IGFA World Record fish have been caught from the lake!
We are proud to offer you Thailand’s most luxurious air-conditioned fishing bungalows. Fishing in Thailand has never been so comfortable.
Set in the Chiang Mai valley, surrounded by orchards, and with views to the mountains of Northern Thailand – a setting that we love.
Videos – Feeding the fish at Teak Tree
If you a have a few moments take a look at these videos. They give you a nice view of the lake – as well as getting to see the size of some of the fish…
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Teak Tree Lake is home to some of the biggest predators in Thailand, including Arapaima to 100 kg+, Amazon Red-Tails at 50 kg+, and Chao Phraya Catfish of well over 50 kg.
There are a huge variety of carp species at Teak Tree – Siamese Giant Carp to 30 kg+, Catla Catla to 20 kg+, Yellowcheek Carp, Juliens Golden Price, Chinese Silver Carp, Small Scale Mud Carp, Black Carp, Cave Brook Carp, Rohu, and Bighead Carp…
Catfish species in the lake include Giant Mekong Catfish at 85 kg+, Amazon Red-Tails at 50 kg+, enormous Chao Phraya of well over over 50 kg, Asian Redtails, Ripshaw Catfish, Catfish Sharks, Firewood Catfish, Sorubim Hybrids, African Walking Catfish, Giant Bagarius, Tiger Catfish, Sawai Noo, Jau Catfish, Marble Catfish, Suckermouths, and Lau Lau.
There are over 40 fish species in the lake, including many unusual and exotic species found in very few other fisheries in Northern Thailand, or indeed anywhere in Thailand. See them all on our Fish Species page.