This is the classic Trout Mongolia journey. 

We use drift boats to float one of the world’s most beautiful wilderness rivers.

Every evening we stay in a unique and comfortable stream-side camp.

Seven full days covering nearly one-hundred and sixty kilometers of epic taimen and trout water.


The river is remote and difficult to access, offering pristine and secluded angling.  Boat travel is the best way to properly discover this river.  We start these trips in the forested mountain headwaters and end where the canyon reaches towards steppe.  Carved through limestone and granite, the valley is flanked by spectacular cliffs and rock pinnacles.  There are very healthy taimen populations with fish over 50-inches encountered every season.

Every season, we use three camps along the river’s canyon section.  These are usually all wooden camps.  All of the camps are well-appointed and very comfortable.

We explore a new stretch of productive river daily, floating between camps with professional guides without ever having to shuttle.  Lunch is served streamside.  Every evening you float into a stunning camp where the drinks are cold, the fires are warm, and the food is delicious.  The next morning, you get up, have a great breakfast, jump in the boat, and do it all over again.

We use state of the art NRS manufactured drift boats.  These non-motorized craft are perfect for the task.  They are quiet and stable.  They easily accommodate two anglers and a professional guide. They have very comfortable seats and large, secure casting platforms.  The drift boats have plenty of storage space for spare rods, camera gear, snack boxes, drinks and other necessities.

These are beautiful wild rivers with variable flows and fishing conditions.  All fishing is catch/release and fly fishing only using single, barbless hooks.


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