Wild Fishing In Georgia – Mtirala
In today’s world, it’s so hard to get back to our roots and find the time to do some wholesome fishing. Everything is too fast in the concrete jungle we call home. Fishing with Wild Fishing In Georgia is the perfect escape, especially in Mitrala National Park. You’ll spend the trip with local guide Shota Inasaridze, who has decades of experience, for a 2-day adventure that you won’t forget in a hurry. You’ll fish, eat, and camp to an amazing backdrop.
Mtirala National Park is a protected area in the Adjara region. It covers approximately 15,698 hectares (38,790 acres) in the western Lesser Caucasus, and is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas, making this a spectacular area that will take your breath away.
Fishing with Shota really does take you back to basics – you’ll fish from the shoreline, targeting Brown Trout. This is strictly catch and release and is the perfect way to relax.
Classic forms of fishing are done on this trip, such as spinning and fly fishing. Fly fishing is a great way to test your skills.
As well as visually incredible, the food included is exceptional. You’ll try a variety of classic Georgian food, shashlik, and uha (imagine the Georgian version of kebab and fish soup). Everything is provided on this trip, from traditional food and wine, to tents to sleep in.
This trip is different from most as after a busy day of fishing you’ll be able to jump into your tent, which is also provided. You are welcome to bring your own, but Shota has made sure that everything is included in the price, to give ensure you have the best time in Georgia.
There is no better time to book, and escape into nature for the perfect fishing retreat.
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Voyager 500 (Inflatable outboard) originally built in 2016. Powered by a 5HP Yamaha V6 4.2 engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 15 knots.
Types of Fishing
Customers can cancel or modify their booking up to 7 days before the trip date free of charge. If the trip is canceled or modified later, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the deposit will be charged.
FAQs about Wild Fishing In Georgia – Mtirala
- $350 per day per person - 2 Day Trip (2 days)
- Rods, reels & tackle
- Live Bait
- Drinks (Fantastic Georgian wine and Chacha)
- Fishing License
- Lunch (Georgian Natianal Dishes)
- Fly Fishing Equipment
- River Fishing (Mountain river (national parks))
- Fly Fishing
- Brown Trout