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Fly fishing in Mongolia offers anglers a unique and unforgettable experience. With its pristine rivers and remote wilderness, Mongolia provides the perfect setting for casting a line in search of the elusive taimen, the world’s largest trout species. The rugged beauty of the landscapes, the abundance of fish, and the hospitality of the local people make fly fishing in Mongolia a truly exceptional adventure. From battling strong currents to witnessing breathtaking sunsets over the Mongolian steppe, every moment spent on the water is a reminder of the unspoiled natural beauty that this country has to offer.

Delger River

Drift-boat fishing for taimen is a spectacular experience, and the Mongolian guiding agency Fish Mongolia are among the premier guides and taimen conservation vanguards specializing in this type of fishing. They offer fishing licenses and travel packages to the far-flung and desolate Hövsgöl region with a week’s worth of drift-boat fishing, where a new stretch of river, embedded into the most pristine and grand wilderness surroundings imaginable, is explored each day for seven days.

Onon River

The Onon River is a wild, weaving, and wondrous river. We’ve fished the Buryat and middle sections of the river and have been blow away! Some of our biggest ever taimen have come out of the Onon River, but we’ve also spent considerable time looking for amur trout, lenok, grayling, and amur pike. There’s never a dull moment on the Onon River and, in a day, you could be fishing with anything from a 10-weight to a 4-weight and alternating between heavy streamers, nymphs and dry flies.

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