Pattaya is today one of the most popular and well known resorts of Thailand and was once an ordinary fishing village and, therefore, marine fishery here has not been forgotten. Its geographical location, the Bay is closed by mountains from the winds made this resort a major launch site for sea fishing.
Strolling along the seafront of Pattaya, you will find plenty of travel agencies that sell guided fishing trips, and You often will impose. If Your goal is contemplation of the beautiful sea landscape and as entertainment You'll be glad a couple of small fish caught on dopotopnye tackle, then you can agree to these proposals. But if you consider yourself a sports athlete and tuned for serious fishing with good gear and a professional crew, in this case, You can expect disappointment. That is why we have long and carefully picked up his partner in Thailand. Went yourself, come out with different captains, asked friends, collected feedback, and now with uverennostiu can tell you what I found. Our partner, the captain hails from the shores of the Baltic sea, since childhood, trained by his father to the understanding that tacos real fishing. And then 20 years of fishing experience in Thailand and 15 of them in Pattaya. He perfectly knows this area, intuitively guesses the best location and time of fishing, his boat is equipped with the latest fishing equipment and tackle brands.
The average weight of the trophies most likely:
Marlin black 50-150kg.
Pattaya is located on the shore of the Gulf of Thailand so the climate is somewhat different from the Northern, southern and Central Thailand. Average daily air temperature is kept at 29 degrees Celsius throughout the year and rarely reaches a large difference in day and night temperatures.
How to get there
The city is located 125 km South of Bangkok. From Bangkok buses. Travel time 2-2.5-3 hours. Cost around 120 baht. The same goes mini bus from the international airport at 9.00, 12.00 and 19.00.
, Of trevally
, Mackerel Royal
, Marlin black
The fishing season in Pattaya lasts from October until the end of March