The wild, unfished tributaries of Mongolia
Taimen are the largest salmonid - think trout and salmon - in the world, with the aggressive toothy fish reaching 100 to 150 centimetres. Mongolia is one of the last refuges of the sport species, and adventurous anglers, often using ground squirrels as bait, are still finding untouched fishing tributaries off the Eg and Urr rivers in the country's north.
Getting close:Fish Mongolia offers rugged 15-day pack trips into the headwaters region to explore unfished tributaries. £3,300
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