Darwin, Australia, March 2, 2019 – For those who want to fish with a good sense of humour, Australia’s best fishing resort, Darwin’s Great Dabirong, has some good news.
The resort, located in the heart of Dharavathi Valley in the country’s north-east, is opening its first commercial fish-fishing area for the season in the state of Maharashtra.
The fish-diving experience has been a long-held dream for Darwinians, and the first season of the Dharawadi Aquaculture and Tourism Centre (DASTC) will be opening on April 25.
The Dharwad Aquaculturist-Club of Darwin has also been working with the resort’s partners, the National Fish Reserve, to provide a fishing experience that will bring together all kinds of fish species including the famous dabirongs, a common type of large rainbow trout, the small prawns and the rainbow trout.
For the first time in the Dambawali region, the DASTC will be offering live angling at Dharvashara, a popular fishing village on the banks of the Tambur River, in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
The angling experience is similar to what you will find at the best fishing camps in the world, said Dr. Akshay Goyal, DASCT’s Chief Angler.
“Our customers come from all over the world to fish in our lakes, and now, they can fish with their own kind of charm and sense of fun.
There will be no one there to say that there’s nothing to fish, no one in the water who won’t be able to catch the fish,” Goyal said.
The Angling Centre’s head Angler, Manoj Kumar, is excited to bring back the old-fashioned fishing to Dharawan.
“Dharwadi has always been a popular place for anglers in Darwin.
We are very happy to be able bring back fishing in Dambwadi,” Kumar said.
Dharvas fish-gathering is one of the best in the World, and in the last few years, the resort has been helping people get the most out of their fishing experience by offering fish-catching activities for kids.
The fishing experience will also be a fun and educational experience for the children, said R.P. Srivastava, the CEO of Darwad Fish Centre.
“The Dambwatas have been very generous with their fish and this is one way they will support their young ones,” Srivaprasa said.
For more information about Dharvi Aquacultural and Tourism, visit the DASHTC website: www.darwinastores.com