With the arrival of spring and summer, fishing becomes a big business in Kashmir. The brown and rainbow trout to the streams of Kashmir were introduced by the British. The system of anglers reserving ' beats' on their favourite river was also introduces at the same time by them. If one is curious about fishing then the reservation for beats should be done before landing in Kashmir, through the Indian Government Tourist Office or directly to the Tourist Reception Centre in Srinagar. The Exact Season Fishing season in Kashmir runs from April to October. The tourist department and the administration has set strict policies for fishing like - only artificial flies are permitted and each licence authorizes the angler to keep only six fish a day, none of them being shorter than 7.5 cm. Beats can be booked for a day or a week at a time in one of the three basic types of streams. The larger rivers like Sindh or Liddar are covered with snow, which starts melting between the month of May to July. Spinning is allowed at these rivers, but the wet fly and weighted cast tests the expertise of the angler, which may produce good result. In the month of April, August and September these rivers are calm & quieter, and the bigger fish are said to reside in the stiller waters. The river tributaries and other water channels near these mainstream river beats allows another type of fishing all through the season. The smaller streams allows only flies, with wet fly fishing good for result all season. The third type of fishing are the streams fed by small springs and lakes set at high altitude are suitable for both dry and wet fly challenge. Equipments Used for Fishing Complete facilities for the fishing are made available by the administration and tourism department for the ease of the travelers. It is difficult to carry a light two to three metre fishing rods as hand luggage on aircraft for security and other reasons with an eight cm reel will suffice. As flies are one of the important requirements for the fishing in Kashmir, the generally used flies in Kashmir include Peacock, March Brown, Butcher, Jinger Quill, Coachman, Woodcock & Green and Watson's Fancy. There are 61 beats open for booking for the travelers and tourists throughout the season, ranging from the turbulent Sindh and Wangat Rivers to the tranquil lakes Krishanshar, Vishanshar, Gangabal and Nunkhol, situated at the high altitudes.
Kashmir is known to be the crown of India and indeed it looks no less than that. It is also one state that collects the highest revenue for tourism. Keeping that in mind we at Assafar.com, make a point to help the tourists with all the types of Kashmir tour packages that they need while visiting the place. If you are looking forward to visit the ‘Paradise on Earth’ sometime soon, then do not stop yourself from making yourself available. Feel the mesmerizing beauty of the state and give a treat to yourself. Avail our Kashmir holiday packages and spend some golden days in the various places of the state.
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