Getting fresh air with Chak Angre Fishing Resort

Getting fresh air with Chak Angre Fishing Resort

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Fishing is easy, but finding a luxurious fishing spot with fresh air and comfortable seating is difficult. Therefore, LIFT is pleased to introduce a resort for fishing lovers.

Located at a lake that is half a hectare in size, Chak Angre Fishing Resort not only offers its customers a fresh environment, but also has many kinds of river fish including trasok, labya, kab, samanh, ka ek, song, and bra.

Chak Angre Fishing Resort also has a lot of food available, such as chicken, beef, pork and seafood. With these many things, you will get sweet memories from your fishing trip.

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