One of the eastern most states of India, Arunachal Pradesh, is mostly mountainous with the Himalayas and thus has five big rivers. Most of these rivers and their tributaries are ideal for angling and one of the best places to get the Mahseer. Angling in the Siang River and Kameng River is a great fun. For Anglers, it is the best spot to catch Mahseer that occupies the pride of the place with a high guarantee of success. The other variety of Mahseer found here is the chocolate mahseer or the “jhunga”.
The best way is to float downstream on an inflated rubber boat and fish all along the confluence. Besides Mahseer the other game fish in Theses Rivers are the Boka (Kathi) the Sal (Murral) the sporting little (Korang) local trout and the dreaded GORUA (goonch). Fishing for them in narrow gorges, Rocky River beds and above large rapids can be quite a bit of adventure by itself. On a good day you could jolly well be lucky with a Golden Mahseer and a trout.
Day 01 - Arrive Guwahati & visit surroundings
Day 02 - Drive to Eco Camp near Nameri National Park (Bhalukpong is about 25 km from here). Eco Camp is run by the Assam Anglers Association in association with the Forest department and has the infrastructure to handle angling in the nearby Bhorelli river. Spend half day fishing,
Day 03 -Whole day fishing on the River Bhorelli
Day 04 -Drive to Lakhimpur, 220 km, 5 hours
Day 05 - Drive to Along in Arunachal Pradesh, 235 km, 7 hours (part of the way is through hilly track inhabited by the Adi Galo tribe)
Day 06 - 08 - Day trip to Pangin for angling in the River Siang.
Day 09 - Drive to Pasighat, 150 km, 5 hours
Day 10 - Cross the River Brahmaputra by ferry to reach Dibrugarh
Day 11 - Fly out of Dibrugarh
Note: The best time for fishing in these rivers is November/ December and then again in Feb/March. The angling is done on strictly catch-and-release basis only. Fishing rods and baits are to be brought by the clients themselves. Other things like rafts, boatmen, life jackets will be provided by us.