The sub-aquatic Tiger of the Asian sub-continent. Capable of sizes of 100+lbs the Mahseer In India are one of the last fish still to be fully tamed on a fly rod.
India Fishing Holidays: Mahseer Fishing In The Himalayas
Understanding the Mahseer as well as the type and style of the fishing and the trips on offer is key to making the most of your vacation in India. This page will guide you through the sort of options available for anyone planning on booking a holiday.MORE ABOUT MAHSEER FISHING IN INDIA-GENERAL INFORMATION>>>
The Saryu River was the first Himalayan River where fly-fishermen in search of Mahseer focused on taming this elusive quarry. A simply majestic River where anglers stay in tented camps providing the colonial comforts of yesteryear.MORE ABOUT SARYU RIVER TENT CAMP & FLOAT TRIP>>>
The Ramganga camp sits on the very edge of the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve and sanctuary with anglers fishing inside the reserve during their stay. The Ramganga river has exceptional clarity making it ideally suited to sight-fishing for Mahseer. Anglers stay in delightfully furnished cottages overlooking the River.MORE ABOUT RAMGANGA RIVER-JIM CORBETT TIGER RESERVE>>>
The Ganges is home to some if the biggest Mahseer to be found in the Himalayan Rivers. Anglers on the Upper Ganges will fish some exceptionally remote areas that can only be accessed by boat, drifting down the river, stopping to fish at all likely spots whilst the staff set camp each day as you progress down-river. Spinning gear is best suited to tackling the powerful waters of the Ganges but double-handed fly rods and fast sinking lines are also used.MORE ABOUT UPPER GANGES DRIFT>>>
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