Golden Mahseer fishing in the classic sight-fishery can be both intimidating and rewarding. The Ramganga’s legendary reputation outdoes most Golden Mahseer fishing in northern India also due to it’s association to the Jim Corbett Park.
Fishing on the of the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve can be quite an experience.
For generations anglers have been fishing this prolific habitat that feeds India’s equivalent of the Yellowstone National Park – the Jim Corbett park. India’s first national park and also the home of India’s most significant contribution to conservation, Project Tiger.
But that’s not all. Due to the conservation efforts, northern India has been able to retain one of it’s best Golden Mahseer, sight-fisheries. The Ramganag River is sure to offer you a good number of sight-fishing opportunities especially from March to early June. In addition, this is also a good time of the year to see wildlife in the Jim Corbett Park.
Though be warned; forest officials of Jim Corbett Park have been hesitant to allow angling even on the outskirts of the Jim Corbett park. Recently catch and release angling has been re-opened close the park and we hope it stays that way.
The stretches for Golden Mahseer fishing on the Ramganga River can be tricky. Even though it resembles a large Trout river. Golden Mahseer can often be quite hard to approach in clear rivers like the Ramganga river.
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