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Devil’s Lair

from Fishing in Uzbekistan

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Welcome back to the second installment of Fishing in Uzebekistan where we'll discover more about the fishing opportunities in this fascinating central Asian country. Host, Oybek is in Bukhara, one of the most ancient cities in the country, also known as the 'Pearl of the East' and will be fishing on Lake Devkhona which translates as Devil's Lair. On their way, Oybek shows us the beautiful Kyzyl Kum Desert and some of the wonderful flora and fauna that lives here. On arrival, Oybek and his friend Arthur need to find a spot to reach the bank as high cliffs surround much of the lake. Oybek tells us of a 4m long Catfish that was caught here last year and they are hopeful, but the best fishing is to be had at night when the bigger fish feed. With no immediate hurry as the sun is still beating down, they have a quick dip in the lake before setting up their rods, and ledgering some worm baits. They quickly start catching some small Carp which have a bright yellow colouring. As evening comes, they take a break and Arthur cooks up a bankside feast to end a nice relaxing day in the Devil's Lair.

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