This is not a trip report, so I can’t tell you how the fishing is at Freddie’s. Like most anglers, I had the bug real bad, I simply could not get enough, I wasn’t happy unless I was sat at the bank of a lake with a rod or pole in my hand.
I rarely go fishing these days, my gear sits idle in the wardrobe. But I do still have a fondness for what was my most cherished pastime. I know anglers love the challenge and mystery of a new venue, and so I’m always happy to add local fishing parks to the blog.
Fishing Methods and Bait
Freddie’s Fishing Park is a mixed species lake. According to owner Jon a variety of methods work, including fly and lure fishing, feeder fishing, and float fishing. In that case I would be prepared to change methods occasionally, and according to which species you want to target. Also be prepared to try a range of different baits, such as boilies, bread, banana and luncheon meat.
I should also point out, you’ll find some great trip reports from local fishing parks on pattayafishing.net.
Freddie’s Fishing Park is located at Huay Yai, East Pattaya. You can get directions from the map at the bottom of this page, or visit Freddie’s Fishing Park Facebook page. Telephone: 085-095-5491
Opening hours: Open 7 days a week 9AM to 6PM.
The Lodge will be open as usual for 24 hr fishing etc….
We know this will not inconvenience anyone really as we have had only 2 or 3 (who can shift their days) on the last few weeks on Sunday and Mondays. It is just not prudent or viable to continue opening until business picks up.
Please help us to help you and maintain our fishing the best we can.
Cost per day is 250 baht, 100 baht for predator rod, 50 baht for standard rod, bait is 20 and 25 baht. Landing nets, keep nets, landing mats and towels are free. check Freddie’s Facebook page for more details.
Species: There are more than 30 species of fish in the lake, including Nile tilapia, Rohu, Snake-head, Silver barb, Striped catfish and Walking catfish.
Food and drink is available, and is not permitted from outside.
Now, scroll down the page and enjoy a few photos from Freddie’s Fishing Park.