Location: Mongolia - Camps are located in wide fertile river valleys southeast of Lake Hovsgol and Moron.
Season: May 27-June 10, 2013 and August 26-October 7, 2013
Capacity: The Ur camp accommodate 8 fishermen and The Tarialan camp accommodate 6 fishermen
2013 will mark the 18th year of taimen fishing in Mongolia for Sweetwater Travel and Frontiers International. During that time, hundreds of our fishermen have visited the world's premier taimen rivers located in north-central Mongolia, and they have landed more trophy taimen on dry flies than any other operation in the world. From watching Kendall Holmes land a 54-inch taimen on a dry fly at the age of 82 to watching local herders throat sing for our fishermen at the end of each week, it has been a magical experience that will stay with us and our anglers forever.
Our camps are located in north-central Mongolia in a region similar to Montana's Yellowstone River valley. The difference is immediately seen, however, in the views that are unobstructed by Western development. The white gers of the local herdsmen dot a wide, fertile valley floor lush with thick summer grass and vibrant wildflowers. The mountains around the rivers are lined with unbroken stands of larch, birch, aspen and alder forests. This is the trip of a lifetime for most anglers.
|Mongolian Conservation Charity|
|Mongolia Fishing Flyer 2011|