Walking upstream at Kaeng Krajan

My dear friends,

It’s been a while since I’ve updated any content to the website and for that I am sorry as I have been busy finishing up the Bangkokhooker DVD project these past few months. This most recent video was from our most recent fishing trip in Kaeng Krachan reservoir just a few days ago. It’s upstream season and the conditions could have been a little better but the flash storm that hit last Thursday and Friday (8th and 9th of November 2013) messed up our conditions turning the upstream part of the reservoir into a right murky mess. It didn’t matter, we went fishing anyway and produced this fishing music video in the process.

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2 Responses to New Fishing Video – Upstream Fishing at Kaeng Krachan

  1. Doc says:

    good to see you back.
    Doc

  2. CharlieKak says:

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