Fishing

Sport fishing, like hunting receives little attention in Nepal as few Nepalese pursue this leisure sport. Amazing for a country that is blessed with countless lake and fast flowing rivers from the far west to the extreme east.

There are more than 118 varieties of fresh – water fish in these Himalayan waters, ranging from the much sought after Mahseer in the Seti and Karnali in far west Nepal to the varieties of trout. Other favored sports are the Seti that merges with the Tirshuli. The confluence of these two rivers is prime spots for fishing or tries some quiet spot in the Begnas Tal or Rupa Tal in Pokhara. Pewa Tal is also on the anglers list of places to fish.

Hire a boat and spend the day fishing. In the mountain streams there are rainbow trouts and common trouts that provide good sport. Other sport for avid anglers, Modi Khola near Pokhara and the popular one is Dolalgat, east of the valley on the Kodari Highway.
The best time to go sport fishing on white waters is before and after the monsoon from February to April and from October to November. During these times the fishes swim upstream to spawn and they consume less food.



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