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 Post subject: WASI waters.
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2006 7:15 pm 
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Since WASI gets mentioned quite often, some of you may be wondering what the stretch is like.

I only have pics of a part of the stretch I have visited but hopefully it should give you some idea.

Map and overhead satelite pic:

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Hi rustam,

Very nice pics - thanks.

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Thanks CC. Still adding a few more.

BTW, I have already reduced the big pics to 25% of original size but I am told it takes time for the re-sizing to work.

Rustam

P.S.: Have you been here yet?


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Nice pics Rustam. It seems tilapia is available there. Those fishes eat anything on a hook.We use atta for those kind of fish. They reduce the number of other fishes in a pond. We have lots of them in our own ponds.


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Hi Rustam / MM,
Is that a seetul there (the last fish picture) ?
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Beautiful pictures Rustam, it's a good thing that most anglers are photographers as well.


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apoo wrote:
Nice pics Rustam. It seems tilapia is available there. Those fishes eat anything on a hook.We use atta for those kind of fish. They reduce the number of other fishes in a pond. We have lots of them in our own ponds.


Hi Apoo loads of them here though we didn't get any this time - which was a first.

Haven't tried aata yet but they readily go for worm.

Rustam


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Owen Bosen wrote:
Hi Rustam / MM,
Is that a seetul there (the last fish picture) ?
Owen


Morning, Owen!

We know it as chuplimeen. Is seetul another name for the same?

Rustam


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Thanks, Bobby. Never thought of myself as a hot-shot photographer though I do enjoy taking pics as souveniers.

Rustam


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Hi Rustam,

I think the tilapias were cought in the lake and not in the river. In Assam we fint it only in the ponds and lakes.

Hi Owen,

In Assam we call that fish seetal. It is reared in the ponds and those can be found in the rivers also.


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I have a few pics (not of angling though) of the umiam lake. I will try to post it here later.


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Hi Rustam,
if you mean slipper fish, well i think this is the same, because on closer inspection, this one doesen't have the humpback of the Seetul, could be his cousin, will look up his scientific name and get back.
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Rustam Bana wrote:
Owen Bosen wrote:
Hi Rustam / MM,
Is that a seetul there (the last fish picture) ?
Owen


Morning, Owen!

We know it as chuplimeen. Is seetul another name for the same?

Rustam


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apoo wrote:
I have a few pics (not of angling though) of the umiam lake. I will try to post it here later.


Look forward to seeing them but don't post on this thread (assuming that's what you meant) as it will lead to confusion.

So far we have only caught tilapia in lakes or ponds. That particular tilapia was caught at one end of Forbes Sagar and the pic taken later where the canal leads into Forbes Sagar.

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Owen Bosen wrote:
if you mean slipper fish


Yes, that's the one.

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Dear Rustam,

I meant to say that I will post it on this forum and not in this thread.

Any way the pics were really nice. I have been going through those again and again


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Hi Rustam,

That's a nice set of photos you have of the stretch. When loking at the pictures I realised we had a whole lot of water to fish. I hope in time the mahseer will grow and we'll start landing some decent sized fish.

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Mighty Marlin.


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Yes MM, give them another 5 years of protection and we should have some big Masheer. Some of the guy's might not find the terrain challenging enough though.
You know what, i would love to fish the stretch below the falls, and upto Bheemeshwari. Anyone explored that bit yet ? It looks awesome from the power generation unit. Will try to get some pix from the fall this time.
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Hi Owen,

I've been under the impression that that bit of the river was like Beirut. Dyanmitted and bombed by the poachers from handpost. Its more like noman's land there. I don't think JLR or Forest Dept. do anything there. I know the river is heavily poached up stream from D'makali.
Any one been there? I know Ravi has but he's not on the forum and is difficult to reach these days.

Mighty Marlin.


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Would like to see pictures if you have any


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Hi MM,
I know that it comes under WASI waters now, and the fishing rates are even advertised on the WASI website for that stretch. Will try and get some pix from the top. Truly awesome sight and looks like perfect Masheer water. Pity about the poaching. Stretches like this really need govt and ngo's help to stop what's been happening.
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Mighty Marlin wrote:
I hope in time the mahseer will grow and we'll start landing some decent sized fish.


I look forward to that as well but would also like to see other stretches of the Cauvery that you chaps talk about.

And sorry about the pics - I cannot understand why the bloody things wont get smaller. Took me a couple of hours to upload that lot as well.

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You know what, i would love to fish the stretch below the falls, and upto Bheemeshwari. Anyone explored that bit yet ? It looks awesome from the power generation unit. Will try to get some pix from the fall this time.


Would these help? Got them from Sahadev some time back.

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Hey Rustam!
You were there at Shivasamundram, don't tell me you didn't visit the power generation plant. The view of the lower stretch after the falls and almost up to Dodamakali is visible from a thousand feet above (or so it seems). Truly magnificent sight ! Only thing is they won't allow you to take any pix. This time i want to take some pix from the waterfall side. That should be pretty great too.
Regarding the lower stretches of the Kaveri from Sangam down, you are welcome to make a trip with MM and i. We have been talking about doing this in Jan/Feb next year, as that is the earliest that this stretch is fishable, and the best water is reachable. By then you should be well armed with an uptide and ready to go. But belive me it won't be any Sunday picnic.
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Fantastic Rustam! The one of the power generation building looks ancient. Haven't got one from above have you ?
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Owen Bosen wrote:
Stretches like this really need govt and ngo's help to stop what's been happening.


Why depend on others when we could collectively do it ourselves?

WASI could certainly use some more guards but I don't see that happening any time soon. I was shocked to hear that there are members who even complained about the fishing and cottage fees or a certain WASI member who asked for ten stickers at the last WASI dinner and the next morning when the office boy goes to collect the money he returns eight and pays for two. :evil:

If that's the level of parsimony, forget the guards we probably wont even have a stretch to dip our lines in.

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Fantastic Rustam! The one of the power generation building looks ancient. Haven't got one from above have you ?
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Owen


Afraid not, Owen. If you are going anytime soon, it would be great to have pics from on top.

Rustam


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Hey Rustam!
You were there at Shivasamundram, don't tell me you didn't visit the power generation plant. The view of the lower stretch after the falls and almost up to Dodamakali is visible from a thousand feet above (or so it seems). Truly magnificent sight ! Only thing is they won't allow you to take any pix. This time i want to take some pix from the waterfall side. That should be pretty great too.
Regarding the lower stretches of the Kaveri from Sangam down, you are welcome to make a trip with MM and i. We have been talking about doing this in Jan/Feb next year, as that is the earliest that this stretch is fishable, and the best water is reachable. By then you should be well armed with an uptide and ready to go. But belive me it won't be any Sunday picnic.
Regards
Owen


Actually, I only saw Shivsamudram town a month back and that too a brief look when one of the party had to be taken to hospital for some anti-allergy medicine. Like I said, there's a lot of the WASI stretch that I have to see.

Jan/Feb is going to be dicey as I already have a fortnights commitment for that period but if I can, I would definitely like to tag along. Thanks.

Rustam


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Owen,
The last time I saw that pool at the base of the falls, it was like pea soup and stagnant. I've heard of big mulley from there, but I doubt it anymore unless fish have travelled up from downstream and are hanging around now at the base of the falls.

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Really nice pics of the waterfalls and the power generation plant. Any more photos? Please dont resize your pics into very small sizes.


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Hi MM / Rustam,
I don't think Doddamakli is too far down stream from Shivasamundram, and there was a pretty big fish landed there (was it Ravi's picture at Golghar in Galibori with that beauty) ??
The view of the river from the top of the power generation unit had me stunned when i saw it in December. It looks totally wild and full of bends and rapids. Maybe looking down from the falls does not give you the same panoramic view as from the power unit, will check that out this time, if the fishing doesnt pan out.
Yes Rustam, Bobbee Kapoor and self are booked in for this weekend at WASI lakes, but i won't guarentee any pix from the top, as camera use is strictly a no no from there. God knows i don't look like a anti-social elements, but then rules are rules mate ! :(
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Really nice pics of the waterfalls and the power generation plant. Any more photos? Please dont resize your pics into very small sizes.


I do have more pics but more or less on the same theme.

I for one get irritated when having to scroll to see a pic and it doesn't help being a curmudgeon either. :roll:

They have already been resized to 25% of the original size but it's almost 24 hours now and nothing seems to have happened. Think you are the only chap who is chuffed about this. :mrgreen:

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I don't think Doddamakli is too far down stream from Shivasamundram.


15 kms, if I am not mistaken and I am told it's a very beautiful place.

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The view of the river from the top of the power generation unit had me stunned when i saw it in December.


In that case it's a must see when next I am there. It's not too far from the cottage is it?


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Yes Rustam, Bobbee Kapoor and self are booked in for this weekend at WASI lakes, but i won't guarentee any pix from the top, as camera use is strictly a no no from there. God knows i don't look like a anti-social elements, but then rules are rules mate ! :(


Hope you two get some good fishing. Hint taken - will remove a couple of pics.

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The first time I went to Doddamakali I went from the Handpost side, which is the opposite side from the present JLR camp. There's a road called the KPTCL road which leads to the river, which was built when they planned to dam the river at D'makali. Thank God that plan has been shelved.
It is a beautiful drive from the other side and views of the river are spectacular. Makes one feel like they're the first person to discover that spot. The murral fishing was really good and we also landed some mahseer. I wasn't carrying heavy tackle so never really gave it a shot on my first trip.
While out fishing for murral I came across several nightlines that I cut and removed. Also heard some dynamite from further upstream past the rapid. We met a couple of villagers who told us there were alot of people coming from 'Mangla' to poach in that area. The funny part is that there's another 'Mangla' village opposite Haira, so am not sure if its the same village.

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Sounds very interesting minus the poaching. Would love to see this place.
Owen


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Rustam Bana wrote:
Owen Bosen wrote:
if you mean slipper fish


Yes, that's the one.

Rustam

Hi Rustam,
Mr Chappalingam's scientific name is "Notopterus", and he is also called "Pallas". Refererence.. McDonalds - Circumventing the Masheer and other game fish of India.
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Owen


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Thanks, Owen.

Rustam


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Hi guy's,
i came across this link while looking for a picture of a Wallago Attu (Fresh water shark), well gues what, i found a whole lot more, courtesy Johnny Jensen who was a regular on the Kaveri during the old days of WASI running the Kaveri river stretch. Anyone seen him recently ?
There are pix of a whole variety of fish taken from the Kaveri by Johnny and friends including a pig nose carp, a kurrel (barbel looking fish) and a great big wallago attu,besides some delicate looking species.
http://www.jjphoto.dk/akvariefoto/artik ... ikel_2.htm
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Owen,

That's an excellent addition to the thread. Thanks.

Rustam


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Hi Rustam/Owen,

Johnny Jensen's site and his photos are one of my favoirites. I stumbled across his site a few years ago and was amazed by his work. I wonder if he still comes here to fish? Poor chap will be in for a rude shock :twisted:

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Mighty Marlin


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Good angler. Met him a few times at camp, he used to be part of Plumbers group. I have't seen him for some years now.
Owen


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Cool pics Rustam,

esp the one of prathap? fishing at sunset.

Ryan


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this place never changes... only the fish do (IN SIZE).. lol... :P


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HI,

There is an error in the map. Doddamakli is upstream of the confluence of Simsa with Cauvery, not downstream of it.
I have trekked from Bheemeshwari to Doddamakli 8 km and had to cross Simsa before reaching Doddamakli.

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