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Fishing Thailand’s Chao Phraya River

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The Mae Nam Chao Phraya (Chao Phraya river) is one of Thailand’s major rivers, stretching 372kms from Nakhon Sawan right through Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. Apart from being an important source of irrigation and transportation, the Chao Phraya river is also an excellent place to catch a myriad of freshwater species! Daniel Wan spends a day on the Chao Phraya with Mr Lertsak Banklongsee (Mr Bee) and Mr Ak Sudasna to bring you some shots from the river.

Daniel Wan has been fishing since the age of 12 and has a deep passion for fishing with artificial lures – especially light-tackle jigging. Previously working for two multinational IT companies, Daniel left the IT industry to follow his passion for fishing, photography and writing.