The Basics of the Giant Snakehead fishing

The basic method-understanding the fish(life-cycles,feeding),habits and position on the food-chain,their nature.Become an observant,student of the giant snakehead habits,whether using trolling,artificial and or live bait,fly fishing,deep and shallow waters.If you can capitalize on understanding it better, you will increase your chances of successful hooks/bites. 1

Familiarity with the Giant Snakehead’ favorite places to hang around is critical to success: Bottoms, stumps, trees , logs, weeds and plants, contours, structures, travel-routes, creeks, shallows/deeper passages, coves, channels, bluffs, banks and
shorelines – all can be repetitive clues on habitual, predictable
behavior of the giant snakehead.
Another key trick, is actually NO TRICK AT ALL – we call it an
“acquired skill”. It takes more of that hard work we mentioned
before! Exact, fixed casting, requires target-precision practice,
improving your ability to place the lure exactly where you
would want it to be – let us call it ‘hitting the mark’. This is
another crucial tactic and technique you can practice in the
park or your living room – try using plugs and get better every
time at consistently hitting your ‘target’ (and nothing else we

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The Giant Snakehead fishing and video in Thailand

The Giant Snakehead or Pla Chado (predator-hunter itself) as toughminded,
unpredictable, with a strong survival instinct, great awareness, sensing/sensors, that make them the keen and effective hunters they are. as one of the “extremes” of the gaming fish populations and every angler’sdream catch!
Their food of choice/feed and natural diet includes small fish,
crustaceans, worms and insects – some anglers have also had
great success with live-bait, like eels and even frogs.
Live baits are best, but these fish can be tempted, teased and lured to strike
with artificial ones such as spinners, spoons, crank-baits, surface
plugs and plastic worms – more on this a little later. Knowing
which to choose (and WHY), use, switch to in certain conditions,
and how to optimize this art of allure, is a key basic element for
every aspiring or great angler alike.