List of Fishing Points in Pakistan

Fishing point is a specific area where public is allowed to catch fish on the site of river, lake, or canal. Fishing is full of fun activity that gives a relaxation and then restore energy after catching fish.

There are number of rivers, lakes, canals, and other sites where you can enjoy fishing. You can even hire the fishing equipment from the site but it had better have your own equipment.

A nominal fee is normally charged for this purpose. You can pay annual fee for full year license, otherwise you can pay one time license fee at the spot.


Sub Categories: Canals | Dams | Lakes | Oceans | Rivers | Streams | Waterfalls
  • Ansoo Lake

    Ansoo Lake, the most beautiful lake, is situated in Kaghan Valley near Malika Parbat in Manoor Valley at an altitude of 13,940 feet. It is just like the teardrop shape, so named as - Ansoo -, means teardrop in English. It also looks like a human eye in shape.

  • Astore River

    Astore River flows throughout the valley from the Deosai Plain in the deep gorges of high mountains along the Astore Valley Road and finally joins the Gilgit River.

  • Attabad Lake

    Attabad Lake, also known as Gojal Lake, is located in Gojal valley in Gilgit Baltistan at the distance of 122 km from Gilgit main city on Karakoram Highway. It was created accidentally in January 2010 by a massive landslide in Attabad village.

  • Banjosa Lake

    Banjosa Lake is located at the distance of 20km from Rawalakot in Azad Kashmir. It is an artificial lake at an altitude of 6,499 feet within the deep fine forest and mountains, which make it more charming and attractive in view.

  • Borith Lake

    Borith Lake is located in Borith village at an altitude of 8,500 feet, near Husseini village in Gulmit, Gojal in Gilgit Baltistan on Karakorum Highway.

    The lake is accessible via 2 km jeep route from Husseini village adjacent to Ghulkin village. Alternatively it can be accessed within 2-3 hour trekking route directly from Ghuylkin at the end of the Ghulkin glacier. Lake is home land of differnt type of birds, so tourists can enjoy natural views of those birds in the lake.

  • BRB Canal

    BRB, Bambawali Ravi Bedian Canal, is started from Wazirabad Nandipur Canal and finally ends in the River Satluj for the purpose to irrigate the surrounding agricultural land. It also serves as a defense line for Pakistan against India. The famous Lahore Canal in Lahore is generated from it from Jallo.

  • Buji Koh Sapat Beach

    The Sapat Beach is one the famous sandy beaches in Pakistan. It is situated on the Makran Coastal line at the distance of 780 km from Quetta in Balochistan in Lasbela district. Buji Koh is the isolated standing steep cliff in the tides of beach, rising from the coastal sand. Rocky structure stretches along the beach.

  • Chillum Nallah

    The Chillum Nallah is comming from Deosai Plains in the Astore District and merges with the Astore River at Chillum. It gives a beautiful views just before Deosai Plains in Astore District.

  • Chitral Lake

    Chitral Lake, also known as Shindoor Lake, is located in Shandoor Plains.

  • Chitta Katha Lake

    Chitta Katha Lake is situated in the Shounter valley in Sharda, Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir at an altitude of 13,500 feet on the foot of Mount Hari Parbat. Lake can be accessed from Kel to Domel Bala by Jeep hired from Kel, and then trekking for 5km.

  • Dames Lake

    Dames or Damas Lake is located at the distance of 85km from Dera Ghazi Khan city on Younis Khosa Road in Fort Monroe in Koh-e-Sulaiman Range. It is also known as Fort Munro Lake. It is a beautiful lake surrounded by lush green terrains. It is a favorite visiting spot in summer due to its cool and pleasant atmosphere.

  • Gambhir River Soon Valley

    Gambhir River is one of the river in the Soon Valley, which is used to fulfill water needs in the area. It is the main source of water in Kanhatti Garden to water its plants and crops. It merges with the Sawan River, which finally merges with Indus River near Kala Bagh.

  • Gattian Lake

    Gattian Lake is located near Kaghan Valley in Neelum Valley, Azad Kasmir, at an altitude of 12,000 feet above sea level. The lake is at the distance of 2 km from Ratti Gali Lake on its backside mountain. It is alphine glacier lake, and the main source of water of this lake is from the glaciers on surrounding mountains.

  • Hanna Lake

    Hanna Lake is one of the beautiful lakes in Quetta at the distance of 20km from Quetta Railway Station via Quetta Road, and turns left on Hanna Lake Road, near Urak Valley. Surrounding hills provide a bird\'s eye view of the Quetta city. Lake has a very pictureous view of greenish-blue color with the sandy brown color of the hills and plantation of a pine tree on lake end add the more in the beauty of the lake. A number of colorful and different kinds of birds can also be seen there.

  • Head Balloki

    Head Balloki is situated at the distance of 64km from Lahore in Bhai Pheru on the Ravi River, turn right on Bhai-Pheru-Head Balloki Road from G. T. Road. Two canals are generated from this head Balloki-Sulemanki Link Canal and Lower Bari Canal. It is a good spot for fishing in the winter season, there is also a number of fish shops, where you can enjoy the freshness of Balloki fish.

  • Head Marala

  • Head Tareemo

    Head Tareemo, also called Trimmu Barrage, is located on the Chenab River near the village Atharan Hazari in Jhang at the distance of 290 km from Lahore on Lahore-Islamabad M-2, turn on left from Pindi Bhattian interchange on Moterway M-4. Turn left for Jhang-Gojra Road and finally drive on Noorpur Thal-Shergarh Road to access the Head Treemmo. There is a confluence of the River Jhelum and River Chenab before this barrage. The purpose of this barrage is to control the flow of water in the River Chenab for irrigation usage.

  • Jahlar Lake

    Jahlar Lake is small but gives a very attractive, calm, and magical atmosphere. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in the Salt Range. Tourists can never ignore to admire its beauty, It is at a distance of 18km from Naushehra via Suraki village. Its water contains strong acidic elements due to there is no life in the lake, but even it is a living place for the number of migrating birds in the winter season.

  • Jallo Park Lake

    Jallo Park Lake is an ideal location for one day picnic to boating. Paddle boats and streamers are available there. Inside the lake, there is a beautiful garden with rose flowers and many others. A line of huge trees around it gives one of the memorable evenings with a cool breeze touching the waters of the lake.

  • Karambar River

    The Ishkoman valley is located along the Karambar River that confluences with the Gilgit River at Gahkuch.

  • Kenhatti Waterfall

    Kenhatti waterfall is a very charming place in Kenhatti Garden, which is easily accessed via 2 km trek in the garden. At the end of trek in Kenhatti Garden, a beautiful and fantastic waterfall is one of another attraction for tourist. They can enjoy the pleasant atmosphere around the small lake near waterfall and even take bathe but be careful as stones and rocks are slippery there. This waterfall and lake is part of the Gambhir River in this area.

  • Khabbaki Lake

    Khabbaki Lake is another very attractive lake near Khabbaki village on Naushehra-Jaba Road at the distance of 11km from Naushehra, the main town in the Soon Valley. There is a small passage descended down toward the lake from the main road, which leads toward the other side of the same road.

  • Khanpur Canal

    Khanpur Canal, also known as Canal Upper Chenab, starts from the River Chenab at Head Marala and ends in the River Ravi. It is a beautiful lake within the shades of trees, which gives it a very splendid view at various locations. One of that beautiful and charming locations is near Sheikhupura on Lahore-Sargodha Road. People often stay there to enjoy the cool breeze and pleasant atmosphere of Khanpur Canal.

  • Khanpur Dam

    Khanpur Dam is located near Khanpur village, Haripur at the distance of 40 km from Islamabad, on the Haro River. Turn the right side before Texila on National Highway N125 for Khanpur village. It is a lovely place for a picnic and playing water games such as swimming, diving, gliding, etc.