We are a small group of like-minded outdoor enthusiast who despite coming from different walks of life are united by the same passion to conserve the Golden Himalayan Mahseer. We plan to pursue this objective by promoting recreational angling / fishing in India with a strict catch & release policy.
Specialize in Mahseer & Goonch fishing expeditions in the Himalayas
We provide expert guidance for recreational angling for the Northern Indian rivers. Currently, we have a running Eco-tourism camp located in Pancheshwar in the state of Uttarakhand in North India. This location is renowned amongst anglers for the specimen size Mahseer which are being caught & released. Have a look at some of our recent catches.
We provide accommodation through safari style tents with all meals & guiding services included. We pay extra attention to make the stay of our guests as comfortable and adventurous as possible and hence can customize the itinerary as per request. Meals are prepared with care from locally sourced organic produce. Both local and international cuisines are available.
If you are looking for opportunities for fishing in India and are interested in catching the majestic Golden Mahseer or the elusive Goonch Catfish and then do consider contacting us.
Our Camp is located on the banks of the Saryu river just before her confluence with the Mighty Kali!
Being strategically located, it not only provides easy access to some excellent fishing spots but also presents a scenic view of the surrounding landscape. The location also has an abundance of wildlife, whether it’s the elusive leopard who shows himself occasionally or the common laughing thrush and magpies which are common to the campgrounds. Keep a close look out there is also enough opportunity for bird watching and locating small game.
Pancheshwar is 475 kilometers (295 miles) from New Delhi the Capital. Its Located in Uttarakhand formerly known as Uttaranchal, it is a state in the northern part of India. It borders Tibet to the north; the Province of Nepal to the east; and the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to the south and Himachal Pradesh to the west and north-west as well as Haryana on its south-western corner. The state is divided into two divisions, Garhwal and Kumaon, with a total of 13 districts.