At a glimpse :
Place : Tamil Nadu
Main fishing areas : Indus Himalaya, Upper Bhavani Reservoir Ri Mo Rafting, Kallkundi Streams, Chambar, Peermund, Emarald River and Avalanchi, Gurmund Reservoir and River, Mukurthi Lake and the River.
If you are looking forward to visit a place where you can experience some adventure and thrill, then make sure to explore the state of Tamil Nadu. This is one of the most visited destinations by tourists who hail from far away places to visit this place. There are many attractions in this region, which are worth to witness. It features many attractions including stunning mountains, rivers, fields of various vegetation, architectural temples, churches, mosques, and many more. Tourists from all over the world come to visit this enchanting and mesmerizing place in their vacation. Tamil Nadu is famous for water sports where voyagers can experience their adventurous trip. In those water sports it includes wind surfing, boating, and the most popular is angling. While exploring close to these rivers you can see local people angling in the Rivers for getting their daily meal that is fish.
Angling is one of the interesting and popular water sports in the state of Tamil Nadu, which draws an attention of abundant adventure splendid spot for indulging in Angling. Leading towards the Nilgiri hills, where the visitors can enjoy fishing in the most well-known water bodies like the Thirupanthurai, Kings Dhar Stream, Emeri Puzha, Bhavani Puzha, Aradha Puzha, Parsons Valley stream, Silent Valley streams, Peermund streams, Chambar, Kallkundi, Upper Bhavani reservoir, Western Catchment reservoir, Gurmund river and reservoir, Bilitha Dakulla river, Emarald river, Avalanchi river, Mukkurthi river and the lake, and many more.
Tourist can also try out the trout fishing in the hills of Kodaikanal, where the Konalar and Pulavachiyar streams are the most suggested sites. Other sites which are famous if you want to indulge in angling at Tamil Nadu, are the Kodi Lakes, which is well prominent for big and small fishing in the hillocks of Kodaikanal. In addition to this adventurous trip, the state of Tamil Nadu contains around nine hundred kilometers extended coastline, which provides visitors an sufficient chance for Marine fishing in the aquatic world at the southern part of India.