Welcome to the Mahseer Trust website
The Mahseer Trust is a UK Registered Charity, set up to conserve mahseer as flagship species, to draw awareness and greater environmental stewardship to rivers. The Trust operates throughout the mahseer range countries of south and south-east Asia and works with a broad range of international stakeholders across multiple initiatives. FIND OUT MORE
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The pool brimming with golden mahseer in the scenic Kosi River, protected by the staff of the Ramnagar Forest Department and Infinity Resorts, was the major impetus for the meeting of wildlife conservationists and law enforcement agencies on April 8, 2017, at Dhikuli village, Nainital district, Uttarakhand.read more
The first international workshop on mahseer conservation ‘Mahseer 2017’ ended on Friday, with much encouragement to be taken from the three days, during which all aspects of mahseer conservation were discussed by a host of experts from around the globe.read more
'Mahseer 2017' - International Workshop on Mahseer Conservation kicks off this week in Kochi, India. Running from 5th to 6th April at the Hotel International in Kochi, the conference has attracted experts and interested stakeholders from throughout the mahseer range...read more
A self-professed angler since birth, Adrian Pinder has loved fishing since he was 2! Angling primarily as a hobby, Pinder grew up hanging around his local tack shop, picking up tips to eventually competing, and winning himself. Now having angled in not only his home...read more