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Fishing Tour in India

Fishing Tour in India

One can enjoy a fantastic and thrilling experience in our fishing tours in India. The beauty of meandering rivers, marshy depressions, plateaus and ravines make up an adventurous fishing tour in India. India is a landscape dominated by numerous rivers, which makes it an ideal place for a fishing tour. The Central Himalayan region in the Garhwal and Kumaon hills considered ideal for fishing in India is probably one of the last refuges of truly wild Mahseer fish. The only other area in southern India, a perfect destination for fishing is River Cauvery.

The fish commonly seen in the rivers of Himalayan region are: Mahseer (Barbus tor putitora) and Goonch (popularly known as Catfish). Corbett Ramganga Resort situated right on the banks of crystal clear River Ramganga, near the famous Corbett National Park, is famous the world over as the habitat of Mahseer and Catfish. An ideal place and a great fishing venue which is a must visit in India.

Angling is not a new sport in India, but of late, it is catching up to be one of the most popular way of relaxation for tourists who are interested in nature and wilderness. Since time immemorial, India has been famous among travellers because of its diverse landscape and culture.

Fishing Tour in IndiaThe sub-Continent, right from the mountains of the Himalayas in the north, to the tropical lushness of Kerala in the south , is home to innumerable fast flowing rivers and streams that are home to some of the richest cold water fish & fauna, including world famous Mahaseer, array of cat fishes and trout. Each year a large number of anglers both from home and abroad visit this region in the pursuit of angling and practice age old techniques with varied degrees of success!!

In North India, the presence of rivers like Ramganga, Chambal, Kali, Saryu, Tons, Sarda, Mandal and snowfeds like Alaknanda, Bhagirathi, Yamuna, Beas and the Sutlej offer great angling opportunities. One can chase the Yellowfin Mahseer at the foothills of the Himalayas, grapple with the Giant Catfish or bag the various species of trout. In South India, the omnipresent Cauvery throws up surprises like coracle rides and white water rafting, apart from species like the Humpback Mahseer and Carnatic Carp.

The ultimate freshwater fish, renowned as the hardest fighting species on the planet, is mahseer. We can help you realise the dream. Join us in Southern India on a very private stretch of the Cauvery River, which is part of a conservation area.

The Camp Elephant Run is about four hours from Bangalore and is set among spectacular scenery. Nawabza Saad Bin Jung has agreed to allow a few small groups to fish the stretch and to use the camp which is set up each year on the riverbank. His staff are also put at our disposal to provide all food and personal comforts as well as a team of guides led by Suhban who is a legend among mahseer anglers.

Few anglers in the West realise that India, with its dozens of rivers and thousands of streams, offers vast opportunities for sportfishing and angling. Whether you're the type who likes to string a worm onto a makeshift line and catch your own dinner- or a thoroughbred professional angler with the latest in fishing tackle- India's waters, both fresh and salt, can be a pleasant surprise. The country has an estimated 50,000 km of waters- rivers, streams, and lakes included- and an additional 3,000 km of coastline, and although sportfishing is still the preserve of a very select elite, there's definitely a lot of scope for some satisfying angling. Major rivers like the Ganga and its tributaries, the Yamuna, the Brahmaputra, the Mahanadi, the Krishna and the Kaveri are home to a wide spectrum of fish, including  mahseer, rohu, katli, and trout. The coastal waters lapping the shores of peninsular India harbour marine sportfish such as mackerel, marlin and sea bass.

What makes angling or sportfishing easy in India is that most major cities lie along rivers, as a result of which getting to a suitable fishing spot is generally not a problem. Furthermore, most states have well-organised Departments of Fisheries, where special hatcheries ensure that there's always a gene pool of local and exotic fish. Fish sanctuaries and hatcheries in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and other states through which major rivers flow, maintain a vast stock of fish which are specially bred for re-stocking rivers.

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