This is a landlocked salmon, found in Danube river and its tributaries. It is a close relative of the Mongolian taimen (Hucho Taimen). Fishing for it is generally permitted in winter time (November – February). The smaller fish feed on flies and other aquatic life, but with age their diet changes to be almost exclusively other fish, with the occasional small rodent. On tributaries the odds on catching one on a fly (fish or scalpin imitation) are pretty good.
- Spawning time: March – June
- Can grow up to 140 cm (55 inches), 22 kilos (55 pounds)
- Up to 30 inch fish can be regularly caught
Fishing for Huchen, Danube salmon or even called Danube Taimen (Hucho Hucho) is reserved for winter time. It is a challenging fish to catch, but that makes it even more rewarding when happens.
Average size is 30-40 inches, biggest caught was over 60 inches, so rightly called the king of Eurasian rivers. For Huchen, Danube taimen, Danube salmon it is allowed to spin or fly fish depending on your preferences. If you would like to experience the thrill feel free to contact us threw mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0038631478654