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 Post subject: Mhaseer of Mharashtra
PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:49 pm 
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Well if let the guys like Ali and Santo loose they will always have one or the other quest lined up for you. This time, it was to catch a Mahseer in Mharashtra.

The elusive one .

The question was where to go for it? In the river? or in those dams? Which are abundant in the state. So we decided (Ali ,Santo and me with my semi broken hand ) to go for the dams first and the target was Bhandardhara a dam near Nasik.

Last Saturday (I am late with report) we started off and even with trying our level best could not make it before dark to the place, so it was chicken curry and rice and some good dose of rum (for me). We had to just chill. So we did

Early morning it was really chilly. can you beat it? (we were at a good height though). We hit the spot and the morning session went on for around 3 hours with all of us spinning. Ali lost a big one and Santosh got a big bite but no hook up. I was not so lucky.

Well by the lunch time I had manged to get a hell of a swelling in my still mending hand and it was all over for me

The evening session saw Santo and Ali starting off with full wind(I was a excited spectator). Santo hooked his fish in his first cast his first Mahseer, as he was playing with really very light tackle(god knows why the bugger can open a shop now) it was a very pleasant and decent fight after which he landed the fish and every one was jumping with joy, “gold at the end of the Rainbow” at last. We do have Mahseer in Mharashtra

We decided to call it off a day because we had to get back to Mumbai but it is definitely started, the hunt for a big one now .We are absolutely convinced that we have some really big one out there and locals are full of stories of them.

We are going back as soon as possible

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The morning chill
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The dam

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Men at work

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The tatoo

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The one that got away
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Hunters at prowl

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The 4 Lb gold

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Nice report Rajat :-) , and very nice pictures..
Good luck on your quest for the bigger one :-)

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Hi Rajat,

Thanks very much for the report! it looks like you guys had a great time and that you are hot on the trail of those beauties! I wish i could have been there with you guys...

Sorry to hear that your hand prevented you from getting your score card going. I'm sure next time you will have no problem pulling in a big one :D


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Fantastic! This is the best news I have heard all week. You guys are spoilt for choice.


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Hey Rajat,

Thanx for a very nice report. The place is really beautiful but through the photographs it looks amazing. What more a angler needs, clear water, good landscape and fishes on the bite.

Now we have almost all the game fishes near Mumbai ( wish there were trouts also :!: ) so what more one can ask..

And yes... Cangratulation Santo for your first Gold....Keep it up..

My Mahseer kit is ready and it is not raining...

So what you say.. :?:

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Great report Dada. Brought back lot of good memories :D

rajatmukherje wrote:
Santo hooked his fish in his first cast his first Mahseer, as he was playing with really very light tackle


Thought I'll catch a Murrel or two. And hence brought my 4 to 8 lb eagle GT rod and cardinal reel with 8 lb line. trust me, light tackle is FUN :wink: .

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My Mahseer kit is ready and it is not raining...
So what you say.. :?: Ali.


BTW, got a new baitfeeder which takes close to 300 yards of 30 lb mono. Lots of new spoons/ lures.. I am all set guys, when are we going?

Here's my favourite Pic which only rajat could capture.

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Great :D

Was the fish released ?


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Thanx Binu

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Hi Rajat,

I wish i could have been there with you guys...

Sorry to hear that your hand prevented you from getting your score card going. I'm sure next time you will have no problem pulling in a big one :D


all the best,

Scott




Hey matey you are most welcome whenever you are back, Would surely love to go out on trip with you BTW when are you back? as far as the bloody hand is concerned i am making it sure that it does not bother me any more with right kind of physiotherapy :twisted: :twisted:

Thanks Ali, santo, lets go when ever you guys plan it . BTW I am ready with my tackle too :D :D


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Take a guess :)

Ken mate... yes we are spoilt for choice. Dont forget Sptember.


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I too was in Nasik between 17th to 19th. First thing I did before leaving was to call up Rajatda to know if there was any chance of fishing there. To my delight I came to know that I could try Mahseer fishing there. I got very excited and collected some spoons from Rajatda along with valuable advice. Also consulted Santosh and left with not very high hopes but with intentions of having some fun.
I had only 18th to try fishing. Woke up early and left for Gangapur Dam. Did not have appropriate information about permissions. Found out that a permission pass was required which is issued in the city (which was pretty far from the dam and it was too early to find anyone there).
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So went back to the hotel, had breakfast and headed for the Paatbandhara office. Was told there that the passes are issued to groups for specific purposes like educational trips etc and getting an individual pass would be difficult and also unecessary. I was advised to go not through the gate but from over the dam and around it. Wow!!!!! now the trouble was the dam measured in miles and it was too hot by then.
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Anyways I did that and finally reached waters edge and cast the spoon for a couple of hours. Had no luck and meanwhile met a guy who worked for the contractor who has the fishing contract for Gangapur. He said that they had put prawns in the dam, so there were very little fishes. But he did show me a spot where good sized Rohus and Catlas are caught. He said there was no Mahseer, mallies were very little and few and a very occasional Murral. By this time I was too tired to change rig and fish for carps (also the heat was intense), so I decided to call it the day and headed towards Sula wines. Finally sipping wine and looking at Gangapur dam at the distance, felt it was a tiring........ but a fun day.
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Hey Sanju gald to know that you had a fun day don't worry the fish will be hooked in days to come we all have our days . Just keep fishing mate

BTW Sanju(or for any one) I think you are not copying and pasting the right link that's the reason the pics are not showing in the text . What you should do is to copy and paste from the imageshack the "link for forums" which opens after the uploaded pic so scroll down a bit once you upload . I it always fun to see the pics and text together in a story
cheers keep fishing [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]


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Hi, the place has potential...cool pixs..where abouts is it


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Congratulations Santo..........for the gold and the tatto.........

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You guys had a good time.


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Hi Guys,

Missed the trip with you'll. congrats to santo and everyone for the mahseer. Hope you catch big ones. I had gone to a local river here Saturday evening. Was lucky to hook 2 mahseers and 1 mulli. The mahseers weighed 6 pounds and 4 pounds. But the fight was awesome as usual because they were hooked in the rapids. Unfortunately didnt carry a camera along. Congrats once again and happy fishing.

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Abhi congrats matey! that's fantastic so the count down have started. well I am hoping in coming days we would land some biggies . The maharashtra gold calling guys lets go for it. [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]


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Go for Gold Santosh ! Congrats on your first and wish you and your friends many more


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Macanas gold!!!!!! [smilie=ebil-thumbup.gif]


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Guys this is awesome news.

Santo isn't this the same dam I was chewing your brains about having mahseer six months ago?

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congrats for agood report and photos-well done


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Hi Santosh, Ali and Rajat,

Belated Congratulations to you all. (To Santosh for landing the Gold, To Ali for hooking the Brick of Gold and to Rajatda for capturing the beautiful landscape in his camera!).

I missed the fun mates! I'll be there with you next time for sure.

Tight Lines,

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Hi Abhi,

Congratulations to you for great catch. Do not forget the Camera next time. Great news that Mahseers are biting in Maharashtra Rivers.

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Thanks guys. :D

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Santo isn't this the same dam I was chewing your brains about having mahseer six months ago? Bops


Yes Bops, the same Dam.. :-) There are some more dams with Mahseer all around this place.

Ali, Rajat, got news that guys are breaking rods .. this weekend will try out a new spot..

Santosh


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mate if you don't this time i will kidnap you no mater what that's a promise and Ali I am counting on you for that :D :D


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arun.mohile wrote:
Hi Santosh, Ali and Rajat,

Belated Congratulations to you all. (To Santosh for landing the Gold, To Ali for hooking the Brick of Gold and to Rajatda for capturing the beautiful landscape in his camera!).

I missed the fun mates! I'll be there with you next time for sure.

Tight Lines,

Arun

Thanx Arun saheb I hope this time I manage to catch some Gold my self instead of only pics :lol: :lol:


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santosh wrote:
Thanks guys. :D

IndianAngler wrote:
Santo isn't this the same dam I was chewing your brains about having mahseer six months ago? Bops


Yes Bops, the same Dam.. :-) There are some more dams with Mahseer all around this place.

Ali, Rajat, got news that guys are breaking rods .. this weekend will try out a new spot..

Santosh


Count me in you fluffs ... or no more packages from Singapore :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ... but seriously guys I need some action ... :( :(


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Fredfish wrote:
santosh wrote:
Thanks guys. :D

IndianAngler wrote:
Santo isn't this the same dam I was chewing your brains about having mahseer six months ago? Bops


Yes Bops, the same Dam.. :-) There are some more dams with Mahseer all around this place.

Ali, Rajat, got news that guys are breaking rods .. this weekend will try out a new spot..

Santosh


Count me in you fluffs ... or no more packages from Singapore :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ... but seriously guys I need some action ... :( :(


in that case fred welcome to the gang who would Kidnap santo if he f**** up :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


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Go for Gold Santosh ! Congrats on your first and wish you and your friends many more


Fredd,
Incidently, his friends are your friends also.. :!: :evil:

Thank you Mohile Sahib,

You are most welcome to join us any time.. :lol:

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Ali.. :-)


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Fredd,
Incidently, his friends are your friends also.. :!: :evil:

You are most welcome to join us any time.. :lol:

Regards,

Ali.. :-)[/quote]

OK Alibhai ... ill await that "elusive "phonecall before the next trip :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Great going guys! ... looking forward for more such reports..

Santosh.. congrats on the Gold.

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Great guys...really miss the place :lol:


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We are going back as soon as possible

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We did go back there and the place is even better than what we thought on the first trip. Unfortunately this time it was Rajat who missed out on the trip. My self and Santo decided to revisit the place to explore it further and accordingly we reached the spot after a risky but otherwise inspiring drive. The beauty of the place is beyond description in monsoon.

As it was raining, it was not possible to take photographs. The water level was very low and it was a very good time to understand the otherwise below water topography and I am sure this trip will help us very much in our future visit.

The high of this trip was the beauty of the place, exploring it further, getting wet :oops: , listning stories from the locals about a man-eating leopard who has killed as recently as one week back :!: and the startled look on the face of Santosh when mistaking him as a great hunter, the locals begged him to catch the Leopard which was causing them lot of anxiety :twisted: :wink: and yes we did landed some small Mahseers on bait but as the rule goes that no photo no fish, those are not counted....

The place is a heaven to me and I am going there again very soon...


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Unfortunately this time it was Rajat who missed out on the trip.
The place is a heaven to me and I am going there again very soon...


Regards,

Ali.

you bet i missed out :cry: :cry: and pal this time i am going to be there could not wait to go back. I in fact hope we can do some thing mid of this week
its that gold fever i am feeling :D :D


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Hi, Mr. Ali,

Angler Ali Wrote:
[Unfortunately this time it was Rajat who missed out on the trip.
The place is a heaven to me and I am going there again very soon...
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"If there is Heaven in Maharashtra, It is Here. It is Here. It is Here!

Please take me to Heaven with you.

Tight Lines,


Arun[/quote]


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Hi, Mr. Ali,

Angler Ali Wrote:
[Unfortunately this time it was Rajat who missed out on the trip.
The place is a heaven to me and I am going there again very soon...
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"If there is Heaven in Maharashtra, It is Here. It is Here. It is Here!

Please take me to Heaven with you.

Tight Lines,


Arun
[/quote]

Now the new quote will be ------

Gar Maharashtradose Bahisht Us...

Hamiasto Hamiasto Hamiast...
:!: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

What are you doing in next week...

Lets plan something then.

Regards,

Ali :lol:


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I knew you would come out with translation of original 'Pharsi' Verse that king Babur said when he visited Kashmir.

Thanks for invitation. I shall let you know.

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startled look on the face of Santosh when mistaking him as a great hunter, the locals begged him to catch the Leopard which was causing them lot of anxiety :.


Next time they might offer me the village chief’s daughter. :lol: :lol:

Ali, I am ready for the next visit.. :twisted: :wink:


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angler_ali wrote:
startled look on the face of Santosh when mistaking him as a great hunter, the locals begged him to catch the Leopard which was causing them lot of anxiety :.


Next time they might offer me the village chief’s daughter. :lol: :lol:

Ali, I am ready for the next visit.. :twisted: :wink:


Live in hope ... die in despair ... no wonder they caught tiddlers the next trip when their "rods" were supposedly breaking LOL


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Fred you jealous.. :badgrin:


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Fredfish wrote:
Live in hope ... die in despair ...


You either have hope in the soul OR have soap in the hole.. :lol: :lol:

Fred, you need to catch some fish. :wink:


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santosh wrote:
Fredfish wrote:
Live in hope ... die in despair ...


You either have hope in the soul OR have soap in the hole.. :lol: :lol:

Fred, you need to catch some fish. :wink:


Santy .. u seem to have all the answers mate .... experience????


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hahahahahaha I love when they talk like this :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


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arun.mohile wrote:
I knew you would come out with translation of original 'Pharsi' Verse that king Babur said when he visited Kashmir.

Thanks for invitation. I shall let you know.

Regards,


Arun


Correction... It was Shahejahan..or was it Mumtaj Mahel..i think..

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angler_ali wrote:
arun.mohile wrote:
I knew you would come out with translation of original 'Pharsi' Verse that king Babur said when he visited Kashmir.

Thanks for invitation. I shall let you know.

Regards,


Arun


Correction... It was Shahejahan..or was it Mumtaj Mahel..i think..

Regards,

Ali.

Jehangir IIRC


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Thanx Yej,

Jahangeer it was.. :oops:

Regards,

Ali..


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Thanks Yej, for correction.

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Looks a great place but boy does that sensor on the camera need cleaning! lol

Hope you have loads of fun exploring...


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wow mahseer

nice trip


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Hi Guys! you all left me out thats not a good sign.


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Hi Guys! you all left me out thats not a good sign.

Glen is that you? the post was much before our trip matey if that's what you are talking about :wink:


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