The Tamir River of Arkhangai has three branches that converge near the town of Battsengel. At different times of the season each of these three rivers have a remarkable abundance of greyling and lenock that make for great fishing. Ugii Nuur, 90 mins or so drive from here makes for some great lake fishing where people catch Taimen from time to time.  5-6 hour's drive north from here is a region often called '5 Rivers' where the Ider, Delgermörön, Bügsei, Selenge and Chuluut rivers converge in a few short kilometres, making for some exciting fishing for many varieties of fish.   

We are not fishing specialists.  If you are looking for a full service fishing trip, we can put you in touch with one of numerous fishing outfitters that provide full-service fishing tours in Mongolia.  However, if you are wanting a couple of days fishing as part of your wider tour, we have all the local knowledge, excellent guides, basic fishing equipment available for hire, and tackle available for purchase.  Talk to us about your desires, and we'll work with you to develop a plan.

Costs for fishing and camping equipment hire can be found here.

Note:  The legal fishing season in Mongolia opens on June 15th and closes on March 30th the following year.  Fishing is prohibited between April 1st and June 15th.