Hampala barb Fishing at Lum-Chae Dam in Thailand.


Hampala barb or Pla Kra-Sob Fishing at Lum-Chae Dam in Thailand.

Hampala barb fishing in thailand

Information of Lum-chae dam.
The Lum-chae dam was at Khok-Krachai locality, Kornburi district in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand.  An irrigation dam built to prevent Lum-chae river in 2537. The lake above the dam, the water content of not less than 275 million cubic meters.Land in Dong Phaya Yen - Khao Yai. Conservation-oriented forest ecosystems. With an abundance of natural resources, forests and wildlife biodiversity. It has beautiful natural scenery. It has been declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the fifth of Thailand.Lum-chae canel was a branch of the Lam-Nam-Moon river.

LumChae Dam  LumChae Dam fishing in Thailand

Krasob-Khid fish(in English: Hampala barb, Tranverse-bar barb) a type of freshwater fish in Thailand. The scientific name Hampala macrolepidota. In the carp family (Cyprinidae) is shaped like a Krasob-Jud(H. dispar) fish but The lateral cross bar just below the dorsal fin down to the stomach. Krasob-Khid fish limit is larger than the Krasob-Jud, which is the same family can be up to 30 cm or 70 cm, a large full size.

Krasob-Khid or Hampala barb fish is carnivorous fish that classified as a type of fish predators, often catch small fish such as fishlarvae and aquatic insects on rivers and swamps. Krasob-Khid or Hampala barb fish is a popular fishing for both professional and amateur, using crank baits. Consuming raw or pickled fish and fish farming as well.

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Flathead Lake Angler said...

Ooh. That's a weird looking fish. But that is so nice! Thanks for sharing. As with virtually every game-fishing venue there are specific seasons when the pelagic visitors are more prolific. The most productive seasons also depend on weather and sea conditions. Right?

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