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Our lodges are located on the banks of the Eg, Uur, Ider, Chuluut, Delgermoron, and Selenge rivers and provide a wonderful home during your travels in Mongolia. Anglers stay in the gers or lodges while at a camp. Gers are the Mongolian felt tents which dot the Mongolian countryside. Each ger has been upgraded to include electric lights, hot water, wooden stoves, wooden floors and comfortable beds. These spacious Mongolian homes are comfortable and offer clients a truly unique living experience. Staying in a ger is one of the highlights of the trip for the clients. 

Zeb Hogan, Ganzorig, and Sudeep Chandra

Camps are staffed by Mongolian staff. Each staff member has been selected to insure a quality experience for guests. Mongolian fishing guides have worked for several years. Days on the river are spent with professional guides for whom guiding is a profession, not a summer job. Evenings are spent with the Mongolian staff who, with the help of a certified translator, will entertain you with stories of Mongolian winters and life as a nomadic herder. They are a delightful people, and even the most intense anglers find the cultural interaction with Mongolians to be one of the highlights of their trip.

The dining lodge provides fishermen an area to congregate and enjoy the camp food. Cuisine at the camp is a variety of mongolian and international dishes. Each meal is complimented with homemade soup, a variety of salads, fresh-baked bread, a modest dessert, coffee and tea. 


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