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Travel to Tyva: Hunting and Fishing
March 31, 2019 00:15


(Source: http://www.turizmvnn.ru/cont/show/30288)

The natural world of Tyva is unique and rich in all things that are necessary for sports hunting and fishing. Pure waters and beautiful pristine nature of the region attract the fans of hunting at any time of the year, besides, the Tyva water basin is rich in a variety of species of commercial fish and is a paradise for fishing fans.

Fishing

The most popular spots for sport fishing are Lake Choigan-Khol and the Sorug River located at the foot of one of the Eastern Sayan ranges on the border with Buryatia. Dry windswept banks and coast, picturesque islands, mountains and waterfalls are convenient for stopovers: in this place you can not only catch grayling, pike, perch, burbot, but also spend unforgettable days in one of the most picturesque areas of our country.

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Ustuu-Deerlig-Khol Lake and the Kham-Syra River in Todzhinsky district also attract tourists with the presence of pure water and abundance of fish. The Kham-Syra River, for example, is considered one of the most abundant rivers of Tyva in terms of fish: grayling and pike live there. 

Lake Ak-Attyg-Khol, the Tanmak River and the Serlig-Khem River are beautiful, diverse places that can allow you to combine travel, adventure and successful fishing. Finally, the Kyzyl-Khem River is one of the most beautiful rivers in Eastern Siberia, tourist routes along this river are sure to give you bright impressions. You can fish in almost all the water reservoirs of Tyva, with the exception of spawning rivers. A complete year-round ban applies to catching fish listed in the Red Book of Russia: these are taimen and lenok. The ban also affects such valuable commercial fish, such as whitefish, living in the Yenisei River. Fishing is allowed throughout the season stipulated by the RF fishing law.

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Hunting

Hunting is a traditional trade of Tuvans, so the traditions here are sacredly honored and passed down from generation to generation. Perhaps that is why the number of local fauna for many years maintained at a high level. For visitors it will be a discovery that many local hunters still conduct special rituals, breaking camp or getting prey. The mindless and soulless extermination of animals here is not only unwelcome, but is considered an insult to nature. 

The rich hunting grounds of Tyva occupy 17 million hectares, and the fauna of the region includes 72 species of mammals, 240 species of birds and 7 species of reptiles.

East Siberian animals live in the mountain-taiga zone, including: Siberian ibex, elk, Siberian red deer, roe deer, wild boar, musk deer.

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Fur animals include: ​​sable, lynx, wolverine, squirrel, ermine, fox; there are also birds: capercaillie, black grouse, hazel grouse, upland game, geese, ducks, sandpipers.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Republic of Tyva Siberia travel to Russia ecotourism  

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