Angling

March 13, 2015

India with its glacial streams, mighty rivers and a vast coastline has more than 50,000 kms of water. And the subcontinent, with its diverse climates and landscapes offers the anglers an infinite variety of experiences.

Angling is not a new sport in India. But one has to admit that it had been facing a steady decline over the decades. However thankfully, in the recent years it is regaining its rightful place in the Indian itinerary

After all India has the richest cold water fauna and flora in the world. Including of course the legendary Golden Mahasheer, the Brown Trout, the Golden Trout and a variety of Cat Fishes which bring in a large number of avid anglers from home and abroad.

In the foothills of the Himalayas, amidst the picturesque locations in the world, one can challenge their wits against the Yellow Mahasheer, the Giant Catfish or various types of Trout. South of the Peninsula is the Cauvery, which hides in its cool depths the Humpback Mahasheer and the Carnatic Carp. Of course the Indian Ocean is also teeming with challenges for those who prefer salt water fishing.

Tour Options

Golden Mahasheer Fishing

Duration: 5 days

Location: Ramganga, near Corbett National Park (in the foothills of the Himalayas)


 

Angling on the Ganga

Duration: 5 days

Location: Beas Ghat, near Devprayag


 

Himalayan Trout Fishing

Duration: 7 days

Location: River Tirthan in Himachal Pradesh

 

 

Golden Mahasheer Expedition

Duration: 10 days

Location: On the Mahakali river (Kumaon,  Himalayas)





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