NEW SPECIES GIRAFFES and COBRAS

We are always on the lookout for new species and more inventory of current stocks here at EFT. I found some interesting fish on a recent trip through Bangkok, including these strange looking Giraffe catfish. I think they look a lot like a Ripsaw …


We are always on the lookout for new species and more inventory of current stocks here at EFT.


I found some interesting fish on a recent trip through Bangkok, including these strange looking Giraffe catfish. I think they look a lot like a Ripsaw Catfish without the blades.




This species sure looks likes its name the COBRA SNAKEHEAD.


We are always looking to increase our customers chances of catching different fish , so we picked up some more Wallagoo Lieri



We came across some good sized Soldier River Barbs so we scooped some of them up as well


Our Yellow Cheeked Carp are in high demand on peoples target list. We have increase our growing stock yet again . ..Can you imagine 50 or more of these voracious predators over a meter long tearing around the margins all day chomping at the Tilapia :). I cant wait..


We are always growing more Arapaima..We prefer to grow them on premises to keep the purchase cost down. . This little fella will be close to 50 KG in just 2 years. You should see how much they eat ....


Here at EFT we are committed to our restocking program . We want to keep our catch rates up and to increase the chances of you the customer catching any one of our weird and wonderful species. We hope to see you here soon . For a more information or our price list we can be reached at exoticfishingthailand@gmail.com.


NEW SPECIES GIRAFFES and COBRAS

We are always on the lookout for new species and more inventory of current stocks here at EFT. I found some interesting fish on a recent trip through Bangkok, including these strange looking Giraffe catfish. I think they look a lot like a Ripsaw …


We are always on the lookout for new species and more inventory of current stocks here at EFT.


I found some interesting fish on a recent trip through Bangkok, including these strange looking Giraffe catfish. I think they look a lot like a Ripsaw Catfish without the blades.




This species sure looks likes its name the COBRA SNAKEHEAD.


We are always looking to increase our customers chances of catching different fish , so we picked up some more Wallagoo Lieri



We came across some good sized Soldier River Barbs so we scooped some of them up as well


Our Yellow Cheeked Carp are in high demand on peoples target list. We have increase our growing stock yet again . ..Can you imagine 50 or more of these voracious predators over a meter long tearing around the margins all day chomping at the Tilapia :). I cant wait..


We are always growing more Arapaima..We prefer to grow them on premises to keep the purchase cost down. . This little fella will be close to 50 KG in just 2 years. You should see how much they eat ....


Here at EFT we are committed to our restocking program . We want to keep our catch rates up and to increase the chances of you the customer catching any one of our weird and wonderful species. We hope to see you here soon . For a more information or our price list we can be reached at exoticfishingthailand@gmail.com.


The Orvis Battenkill I Large Arbor Reel Made in England

Guys I just wanted to share a couple of my finds as I replace my fly fishing equipment. I was lucky to find both of these Orvis reels for 75.00 bucks while scanning the net for the past couple of weeks.

The Battenkill BBS II is loaded with 4 wt. line and the Battenkill I Large Arbor is loaded with 5 wt. line. I bought the BBS II for 50.00 buck on a clearance sale. I couldn’t believe I got the Battenkill Large Arbor I for 25.00. This reel was used and had one tiny chip on the rim, but other than that it is in excellent condition. What really impressed me about the reel is the fact it was made in England. I sense from reading some of the fly fishing forums that this is really a quality reel. Do any of you guys know anything about the England made reels?

 

Guys I just wanted to share a couple of my finds as I replace my fly fishing equipment. I was lucky to find both of these Orvis reels for 75.00 bucks while scanning the net for the past couple of weeks.

The Battenkill BBS II is loaded with 4 wt. line and the Battenkill I Large Arbor is loaded with 5 wt. line. I bought the BBS II for 50.00 buck on a clearance sale. I couldn’t believe I got the Battenkill Large Arbor I for 25.00. This reel was used and had one tiny chip on the rim, but other than that it is in excellent condition. What really impressed me about the reel is the fact it was made in England. I sense from reading some of the fly fishing forums that this is really a quality reel. Do any of you guys know anything about the England made reels?