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Fly-Fishing

Overview

Bhutan rivers are rich in many varieties of fish making it a paradise for fly fishing lovers, anglers and the like. Even the official policy of catch and release policy for fly- fishing – can’t take away the pleasure of going freshwater fishing in the under-discovered and unspoiled fishing spots in Bhutan. The magic of the natural beauty of their terrain is a bonus.

Why you will love it

  • Learn about catch and release fly-fishing.in Bhutan.
  • Enjoy the beauty of the rivers.
  • Opportunity to catch a variety of species (and then release).

What you will experience

The crystal clear waters of the rivers of Bhutan offer exciting fly fishing experiences which are best enjoyed between mid-April to mid-May. Fly fishing is prohibited during October and November as it is the breeding season. During the first and fourth month of Bhutanese religious lunar calendar fishing is strictly prohibited. Fishing is only allowed by special permit along most rivers. However,  Punakha and Wangdue districts, Chamkhar Chu in Bumthang and Phobjikha valley are off-limits. For anglers, using any kinds of live bait is strictly prohibited in Bhutan. Trophy fishing is a  complete no-no as there is a very strict catch and release policy for fly-fishing in Bhutan. This has been a pivotal feature that is quite in tune with the government’s eco-friendly agenda for protecting the pristine natural environs of the country. The most famous species are the brown trout, snow trout and the iconic golden asher in the southern regions of the country. From large rivers to small streams, there are several fishing spots in Bhutan.

On Request | 10 hours | Family Tours

Thimphu,Bhutan

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