Hello again and welcome to another newsletter about the fishing in Thailand at Gillhams Fishing Resorts. Where has this year gone? Christmas is just around the corner, 2014 is nearly upon us, and then it’s show time. This year we are attending the following fishing shows: Brentwood 25th/26th January, Zwolle, Holland 1st/2nd February. Farnborough 22/23rd February, Forum International de la Carpe et du Silure, Montluçon France 1st/2nd March. Coventry 8th/9th March. Once again we will be offering discounts when booking a holiday at the show, and also the famous Gillhams raffle will be taking place with a holiday drawn at every show.
Welcome to another fishing in Thailand newsletter from Gillhams Fishing Resorts. This month’s newsletter is longer than usual, as Geoff wanted his moment of glory. As you will read later, Geoff was helping with the filming. Now Geoff is a movie star and hoping for an Oscar, so we have had to include his blow-by-blow account. They say everyone gets five minutes of fame; well Geoff has taken half an hour and filled the newsletter! If we have missed you out then blame Geoff because we ran out of room, but as Manchester United are playing such crap this year we had to do something to cheer the old git up!
Hello to all the followers of our Gillhams Fishing Resorts fishing in Thailand newsletter. Another month has flown by here in paradise, and by the time you read this newsletter the lake extension will be underway. Once the lake becomes one, 400 new fish and a few surprises will be joining the existing stock in the main lake. As I write this, all the work getting ready for the September 19th start is complete, with two leaks repaired and tons of concrete to strengthen the weak points now done. On the 19th September 11 diggers will be working to take out the centre of the lake. We have allowed 15 days for the works, but expect to complete in ten days.
Once again hello to everyone following this fishing in Thailand newsletter from Gillhams Fishing Resorts. Yet another month has flown by, and shame on us for bringing you this newsletter late again, but we are just always so busy here at Gillhams. We are nearing the end of August as I finally get around to writing the intro for our newsletter. Sean and the guides have had their part written for a few weeks, but my part is late, what with getting the lake ready to extend, repairing a leak on the new addition plus removing the top end filter. This was a task on its own as the filter was constructed with 0.600 thick walls of solid concrete at 15m long by 5m
Well, another month has passed, and fishing in Thailand and life here at Gillhams Fishing Resorts is slowly returning to normal. We have been getting our seasonal rains, and coupled with less angling pressure, the fish have been feeding well. The lake has had a good flush through, and the new addition to the lake has benefited from all the rain. The new landscaping is all growing well, and by the time we open this side of the lake it will look like it has always been here. We have also added some new fish to this side of the lake, mainly arapaima, Mekong catfish, Amazon redtail catfish, Siamese carp and tambaqui, plus a few surprises!
Sorry for the delay on this report on the fishing in Thailand. As many of you will be aware my father passed away on the 25th of May, and obviously this resulted in me having to fly back to the UK immediately with Becky and Sean following a few days later. I was overwhelmed by the amount of messages we received from our friends and clients; it was a great comfort to all my family to receive so many kind words of sympathy.
As I started this newsletter about my father, I will continue here with a short memory of my dad’s life. Bernard Jack Gillham was 90 years old, married to my mother Marjorie, and they would have celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary this year. He was the proud father of my late sister Jenny and my younger sister Helen,
Once again another month has passed us by, and once again it’s time for another Gillhams Fishing Resorts newsletter compiled by Sean, Geoff, Jut and Joel on the fishing in Thailand. We have had another busy month here fishing in Krabi with many returning clients plus some new faces. We are also having a big move around with the website, as we have joined up with a new web company. Anybody that would like their own place on our website we will be starting an anglers’ blog section where customers can write about their angling experience at Gillhams, you will also be able to add your own photos. We will keep you posted on the many new plans and changes we are making. We also have growing social network sites with our Facebook page Gillhamsfishingresorts getting daily updates on news and catches, plus we are now on Twitter
Hello everybody. I hope you all enjoyed Geoff’s ramblings last month, but if you didn’t don’t worry because Stuart and I are back. You haven’t escaped Geoff totally as he will be writing about some of you from March along with Jut Cole, as these are probably the only two guides at Gillhams capable of both reading and writing. We would never be so cruel as to making you read things from Chris Pache aka Mumbles, as he probably writes the way he talks. Nor would we subject you to the broken English and gypsy slang of illiterate Lee.
March has been an extremely hot month as always, leading to some very burnt guests including one lady who collapsed after sitting
Well hello everybody and welcome to the Gillhams Fishing Resorts newsletter for February 2013. As you know, Stuart and Sean have been on the piss… oops, sorry… I meant advertising the fishing in Thailand in roadshows across Europe. Stuart doesn’t look much different, but I know they went up north to God’s country and did a talk to the Wigan Pike Anglers Club. Now for those who don’t know Wigan, it is very famous for its meat pies and a Wigan kebab is six meat pies on a skewer. Anyway, it looks like Sean visited every pie shop in the area, as he appears to be sporting a few more chins than
Welcome to another report on the fishing in Thailand here at Gillhams Fishing Resorts in Krab. The dry hot spell here has slowed the fishing down, but for those who persevere the rewards have been OK with some big fish visiting the bank. Sean and I have been in the UK since the 20th January attending fishing shows through the UK and Holland, and what can I say? It’s bloody cold and depressing here, and roll on the 5th March when we can sod off home!