A Himalayan Adventure in pursuit of Mahseer
By Charlie White
Sometimes, just sometimes, this job is exactly what everyone thinks it probably is. Adventurous, full of fishing and very spoiling...
Having just returned from a mahseer fishing trip in the foothills of the Himalayas it does feel a bit weird to have described it as a “work trip”. My wife and children have been referring to it as the “Indian holiday” for some time and it turns out they were right.
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Isobel S with one of 9 fish she and her husband Ian, landed on just one session on the Rio Grande. A great session for sure but made slightly more epic when you are told that they were sharing a rod and that the combined weight of those 9 sea trout was 122lbs. Just an astonishing fishery.
It was a great fishing week. Lots of fresh fish coming in from the ocean. We had excellent sessions fishing floating lines and sunray shadow or emb.
108 fish for the week.
Dave P was our top rod (as usual) with 23 fish in the net. Clel N landed 22 fish.
Karl S landed the fish of the week: 19 pounds.
A technically challenging week to start the season but despite the conditons a solid start.
Winds from the east, low air temperatures, and a rise of the river on Friday with dirty water, made the fishing tough this week at La Villa. The team landed 30 fish for the week with 2 fish over 15 pounds. Average weight 9 pounds...