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Zander on Lake Sichankul

In this episode of Fishing In Uzbekistan, the show travels deep into the desert to fish for predatory Zander on Lake Sichankul. The trip coincides with the grand Bukhara Silk and Spices Festival taking place across Uzbekistan, allowing the crew the chance to experience the rich history of this unique country. Far away from the festivities, hidden from human view in the lifeless Kashkadarya region lies the Sichankul oasis, home to all manner of sporting fish and wildlife. Using bottom bait techniques, the group search for the trophy Zander that thrive here. Fishing through burning sun, sandstorms, and tarantulas, it becomes obvious how much the Uzbeks value this lake and its treasures.

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