Other Common Names:
Siamesisk Jätte Karp.
Large green scales with dark green to blue edges.
Dark to black fins and tail.
Short but high dorsal fin.
Light to cream coloured cheeks.
In weedy areas of deep, slow flowing and quiet water.
Bottom fishing with dough, bread, potatoes, cheese or earthworm.
Endless powerful pulls in search of underwater snags.
Fishing Khao Lak's Comment:
The biggest carp species in the world. With fish like this in Thailand,
we often wonder why people still want to fish for carp anywhere else!
| Asian Redtail Catfish
| Asian River Catfish
Big Head Carp | Blue–eyed Catfish | Bronze Featherback | Clown Featherback
Cobra Snakehead | Common Carp | Common Silver Barb | Featherback
Giant Catfish | Giant Featherback | Giant Gourami | Giant Mekong Catfish
Giant Siamese Carp | Giant Snakehead | Golden Belly Barb | Grass Carp
Great White Sheatfish | Greater Brook Carp | Hampala Barb
Jullien's Golden Price Carp | Mozambique Tilapia | Nandid Perch | Nile Tilapia
Pacu | Red Bellied Pacu | Redtail Catfish | Ripsaw Catfish | Rohu | Royal Featherback
Schwanenfeld's Barb | Small Scale Mud Carp | Smith's Barb | Snakeskin Gourami
Soro Brook Carp | Striped Catfish | Striped Snakehead | Tarpon
Threadfin Salmon | Tiger Catfish | Walking Catfish