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Some of The most popular fishing areas in Iran

February 3, 2020 0 Comments travel-news

Due to the abundance of rivers and lakes it is easy to fish in Iran. In the most provinces, fishing is possible. Iran Travel services want to introduce the most popular fishing areas in Iran in this article.

  • Avan Lake

 The Avan peak rises to about 3,750 m. and is located in the Alborz Mountain Range in the north of Roodbar. This summit is also known as Kheshteh Chal. In the south west direction it is connected to the gorge and summit of Sialan, and in northwest direction to the Bazakooh and Parch Kooh mountains. The Azgin, Sefid Ab and Avan rivers originate in the southern highlands whereas the Chalak River originates from north. The beautiful and splendid lake of Avan lies in the southern skirts of the mountain. It gains its water from the springs in the lake. Types of fishes in Avan Lake are crap, trout and pike.
  • Ekbatan Dam

Ekbatan Dam Lake is about 60 hectares and located 11 km away from south east of Hamadan.  The fans of sport waters like water skiing and boat riding can do sports in this lake. The lake behind the dam provides the perfect environment for fishing and and water recreation. Swimming is forbidden in the dam and hunting area is prohibited because of the different species of animals.
  • Hamon Lake

It is Third Great Iran Lake. Hamun (Hamoon) is generic term which refers to shallow lakes (or lagoons), usually seasonal, that occur in deserts of southeast Iran and adjacent areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan as product of snowmelt in nearby mountains in spring. It is also ranked 7th in the world in the Great Lakes. Lake Hamoun is the only area in eastern Iran where birds migrate to there.239 Different species of animals live in the lake.

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  • Gahar Lake

Gohar consists of two parts: big Gahar and small Gahar.Big Gahar is about 85 hectares. Its depth reaches 30 meters. The lake has crystal clear blue so that fish can be seen at shallow (4 m) points on the lake floor. The Great Lake is divided into two sandy and rocky coastal sections. The lake also has a rich habitat that includes eels, turtles, frogs and red and trout.
  • Parishan Lake

It is one of the largest freshwater lakes in Iran and the Middle East. The lake has an area of ​​4300 hectares. There are four species of native fish in the lake.
  • Manjil Dam Lake

Manjil Dam located 80 kilometers south of Rasht in the city of Roudbar and near Manjil. The most important of these are sturgeon, whitefish, common carp, fish sauce, mackerel, horseradish, white gypsy, king gypsy, black gypsy and of course the carp family are the most abundant.
  • Neor Lake

Neor Lake is a natural lake located in the border line of two provinces of Gilan and Ardabil. It has provided a suitable environment for living different kinds of fishes because of the fresh water, rainfall and good weather; so that, it is an attractive destination for tourists especially in warm seasons. As a part of the protected area of Lisar, Neor Lake is located in 48 km of southeast of Ardabil along the route of Khalkhal. Talesh region is also placed in the south of Neor Lake. The lake has been supported by Environmental Protection Administration since 1348 SH and it is now one of the main research centers on aquatics in this organization.

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  • Marmisho Lake

Marmisho is a water, mountain, and forest habitat located in the farthest northwest of the country near Iran and Turkey border. There is a beautiful blue lake in the middle of Zagros Mountains covered with forest trees and water coming from melted snow in this region. Mrmisho is the habitat for aquatic creatures such as trout and a variety of migrating birds. There are various flora and fauna in forest-like Marmisho area. Also, Marmisho waterfall exists near the lake along the Nazlou Chay River. It is a seasonal waterfall and flows into the Nazlou Chay River through the rocks of the mountains around it in wet seasons.

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