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The trip for rainbow trout - Uzbekistan

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Something about the fishingOffered fishing tour is a unique one on a scale of the Republic of Uzbekistan. You will get a great pleasure of trout fishing in natural mountain conditions. And also you will enjoy nature landscape and memorials during the horseback trip to the place of fishing. Trout is a predatory fish, and that's why we offer you as an amateur method of fishing by rod, as a sports one – by spinning on artificial baits. Fisher master will show you the place of fishing, and if necessary will carry out the training. Tent camp will be set up in one of the most pictorial place on the river bank. Our cook will offer you several kinds of fish cooking. In the evening near the bonfire you will have time to exchange your impressions after fishing.

About fish

Biology:
Big fish, full-grown fish (adult) can be 40-50 sm long, body mass can be 1.5-2.5 kg. The specients were 80 sm long, mass - 5 kg. It uses animal plankton, mayfly, stone fly, chironomids' grubs, flying insects, other water invertebrates for food. Big trouts are predatory.

Spreading

Rainbow trout isn't an aboriginal Asian fish. Its motherland is America. The resident kind of steel-head salmon, inhabiting in North America, is found a wide spreading and is settled on many regions. In Uzbekistan in 1978-1984 it was seeded in Charvak reservoir, where it settled down and has become to be caught in takes. It's inhabited in the reservoir and inflowing in it rivers.

Something about the fishing

Any fisher catching rainbow trout anytime, confirms you that this fish is famous its struggle during fishing out it on bank. Yes, it is real fighter! Rainbow trout is possibly the most dynamic resistant salmon fish. Caught rainbow trout is up to do many tricks: quickly floats away down the river, motionlessly stiffens at the bottom, stays too long at underwater obstacles, goes into interlacement of submerged trees and roots, shakes its head from side to side. In addition rainbow trout often and high skips. The method of resistance of rainbow trout strikingly confirms suppose that this fish during its catching spends more time in air, than in water.

Place of fishing: Republic of Uzbekistan, Ugam-Chatkal State National Nature Park, Kok su river

Kind of fish: rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

The most favorable season: May - October

Type of transport: horses

Program

Day 1

05:00 – departure from Tashkent;
07:00 – arrival in mountain settlement Yakkatut;
07:00-09:00 – morning tea, packing of personal things in bags, changing on horsebacks;
09:00 – departure from Yakkatut settlement on Kok su river;
09:00-15:00 – way from Yakkatut settlement up to the place of fishing;
15:00-16:00 – lunch;
16:00-17:00 – organization of tent camp;
17:00-20:00 – fishing with participation of fisher master;
20:00-21:00 – dinner;
22:00 - rest;

Day 2

07:00-08:00 – breakfast;
08:00–11:00 – fishing;
13:00-14:00 – lunch;
14:00-17:00 – rest afterlunch;
17:00-20:00 – fishing;
20:00-21:00 – dinner;
22:00 - rest;

Day 3

06:00-06:30 – breakfast;
06:30-12:00 – fishing;
12:00-13:00 – lunch;
13:00-17:00 – rest after lunch;
17:00-20:00 – fishing;
20:00-21:00 – dinner;
21:00-22:00 – rest;

Day 4

06:00-07:00 – breakfast;
07:00:09:00 – assembling of camp;
09:00-15:00 – back way: from the place of fishing up to Yakkatut settlement;
16:00 – departure to Tashkent;
18:00 – arrival in Tashkent

The tour cost includes:

  • Transportation on horseback on the route Yakkatut settlement – place of fishing - Yakkatut settlement;
  • Accommodation in tents (including karemats and sleeping-bags);
  • Everyday 3-times meals during the whole tour;
  • Services of fisher-instructor;
  • Fishing-tackle (in case of if tour participant doesn't have one);
  • Permit for entering in closed zones

The tour cost doesn't include:

  • Transportation Tashkent – Yakkatut – Tashkent (if necessary transportation will be organized for additional payment)

Information for tour participants:

Clothes and equipment:

  1. boots for mountain walking or sports footwear with good sole;
  2. fishing suit or tracksuit of dark colors;
  3. thermo underwear or warm underwear (spring/autumn season);
  4. wool socks;
  5. slippers for walking in camp;
  6. sweater;
  7. cap;
  8. raincoat-jacket;
  9. head lamp;
  10. penknife;
  11. private first-aid set;
  12. lip care stick;
  13. toilet set;
  14. passport.