Taimen fishing in Mongolia
Hundreds of kilometers from the tired city reigns virgin nature of Mongolia, and in the rivers splashing taimen, lenok and grayling. Do you want to catch the largest representative of salmon? Join. We’re going to Central Mongolia.
We are waiting for Lake Hargas-Nuur with its low bare banks and a representative of carp – osman.
Six-day hunting, with exploration and radial trips, in pursuit of taimen.
The hunt for the “king of fish” begins on the river Ider. Bright representatives of the local fauna are also grayling and lenok.
Crystal clear water, larch forests, sandy beaches… these are a small part of the beauty that we enjoy.
Field bath on the shore of the lake. Hubsugul will be a colorful completion of the Mongolian part.
We continue to explore the local fauna and travel to the next fishing spot is the river of the CID. Our hunt for taimen continues. In relation to the taimen rule “caught – let go” and is observed very strictly. We’ll camp here for the next two days.
The days of fishing are coming to an end and it’s time for us to go home. We return to Russia via the famous lake Hubsugul. It is also called “the younger brother of Baikal”.
And tomorrow, the final day of our route. Border crossing. The final point of Irkutsk.