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Buryat Headwaters Expedition, Onon River, taimen fishing Mongolia, Aardvark McLeod

Buryat Headwaters Expedition

2023 from US$6,950 per person

Buryat Headwaters Expedition REMOTE, EXPEDITION STYLE FISHING The Buryat Headwaters Expedition offers fly fishing on the upper third of one of Mongolia’s finest taimen rivers.  It is  a wonderfully unique

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Taimen Fly Fishing Mongolia, Sweetwater Camp, Fly Fishing Mongolia, Aardvark McLeod

Sweetwater Camp

US$6,500 plus $450 fishing licence per person

Sweetwater Camp is situated on the river bank and is your base while you explore the Eg-Ur watershed. Between battles with taimen, the Asian trout (lenok) will keep anglers entertained

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Alex Jardine, Headwaters Expedition, Delger River, Taimen Fishing, Mongolia, Aardvark McLeod

Fish Mongolia – Headwaters Expedition

2024 - US$7,500 per person

The Headwaters Expedition on the Delger River in northern Mongolia is
the land of the taimen. This unique fly fishing destination is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, vast forests, meadows filled with wild flowers and thousands of rivers and lakes.

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Onon River, Mongolia, taimen fishing, Aardvark McLeod

Mongolia River Outfitters Adventure

US$6,950 per person

The Mongolia River Outfitters Adventures focus on stunning and varied river in the north east of Mongolia. The trips provide beautiful landscape, fascinating culture, professional staff, exceptional camps and world

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Delger Muron, Taimen Fishing, Mongolia, Aardvark McLeod

Fish Mongolia – Classic Canyons Float Trip

2024 - US$7,500 per person

The Fish Mongolia Classic Canyon trips focus on a beautiful river flowing through western Mongolia, a large freestone river shadowed by limestone and granite cliffs rising hundreds of feet. Extremely

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Delger Muron, Taimen Fishing, Mongolia, Aardvark McLeod

Mongolia – Overview

From US$6,300 per person

Northern Mongolia offers incredible angling adventures for fishermen looking to cast a fly at taimen and lenok.  Renowned Taimen Fishing Mongolia is the home of the world’s largest salmonid, the

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