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This blog is dedicated to flyfishing which is the most interesting fishing method.
I am living in the Russian Far East, love fishing and travel, flyfish since 1986.

At the sources of the Selenge River - part 2

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren At 3100 m it is snowing - in mid August!

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren One of the the summits - 3200 m

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Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren The valley with many lakes below us

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren This ridge is the only way to the main summit; from it it is possible to see the Delger-Muren River

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Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren Our guides

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren Guido Rahr, biology student

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren The leader of the expedition - Peter Wong

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren Lanie Galland, fish genetics specialist

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Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren Going downhill is much easier!

Alt-Mongolia-Moron-Ulan-Uul-Shishkhid-Delger-Muren The Mungorag Lake is populated by grayling!