Ganga and its tributaries the Yamuna, the Brahmaputra, the Mahanadi, the Krishna and the Kaveri are home to a wide range of fish, includingmahseer, rohu, katli, and trout. The Indian Himalayas are an ideal for sport fishing. Anglers from all over the world come to the Indian rivers to try and catch the Himalayan Rainbow trout or the mighty Mahaseer. The Indian Himalayas are an ideal for sport fishing Good fishing is possible in the north of the country on the Ganga, Kali rivers for mahseer and on the Tirthan, Tons and Sainj rivers for trout. In the east of the country, rivers like the Kameng, Teesta, and Brahmaputra etc. provide excellent angling opportunities. River Jia Baroli,Manas and Kapili are the favorable rivers that offer plenteous fishes. Jia Baroli has a long and splendid history in Angling in India. The rivers at upper stretches of the Kulu and the Kangra Valley attract the tourists and the anglers from all over the world to hook trouts and mahaseer.
Main sites for fishing in Arunachal Pradesh are Bhalukpong and Tipi on the river Kameng, Pashighat on the river Siang, and Tezu on the river Lohit.
- Submitted On : 16 Dec 2014