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Expert Q & A – Savan River – Kamchatka, Russia

Savan River Float The Savan River system is a wonderful fishery with many of its hefty trout in the 22-24 inch range and fish up to 30-inches hooked each season. It is a spring creek system with crystal clear flows and a vibrant ecosystem. The Savan is easily floated and the wading is moderate to […]

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2020 Kamchatka Availability – Flights from AK Confirmed

Kamchatka is one of the largest peninsulas in the world, about the size of New Zealand. Its land mass juts towards the south from Siberia and into the Bering Sea. With a population of just under 350,000, over half living in the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and many of the rest along the coastlines, virtually none […]

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Rare Availability – Yokanga River, Russia

There are two rare, prime openings currently open on one of Russia’s premier Atlantic Salmon rivers. The Yokanga is a helicopter based program where anglers fish while wading and out of rafts. These are extremely rare openings, best suited to the most committed two handed spey anglers. Available Week June 22 – 29, 2019: 2 […]

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Expert Q &A – Sedanka River – Kamchatka, Russia

Sedanka Spring Creek The Sedanka is Kamchatka’s most famous and productive spring creek. Its waters are home to all five species of Pacific salmon, rainbow trout, kundzha and Dolly Varden. As with many spring creeks, the insect populations are robust and returning salmon provide an additional boost of nutrients creating a remarkable rainbow trout fishery.  […]

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Prime Availability – Kharlovka Russia

The Atlantic Salmon Reserver’s Kharlovka Lodge is arguably the most interesting and rewarding trophy salmon venue in Russia if not the world. Guests will fish the the majority of their days on the home waters on the Kharlovka as well as one or two fly outs to the smaller neighboring Eastern Litza. Ask any fit […]

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Kamchatka Trip Report – Week 2 – Ichanga

For many trout anglers Kamchatka is near the top of their bucket list, and for good reason. While the preparation and travels can be more involved than some destinations, the remote wilderness angling experience offered in Kamchatka is second to none. It’s remoteness and lack of angling pressure keeps the fisheries pure and producing significant […]

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Kamchatka Trip Report – Week 1 – Sedanka

For many trout anglers Kamchatka is near the top of their bucket list, and for good reason. While the preparation and travels can be more involved than some destinations,  the remote wilderness angling experience offered in Kamchatka is second to none. It’s remoteness and lack of angling pressure keeps the fisheries pure and producing significant […]

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Discounted Hosted Trip – Ozarnaya River, Kamchatka

Ozarnaya River We have a great opportunity for one angler to join Mike of Schultz Outfitters to Russia’s Ozarnaya River on the Kamchatka peninsula. Simply put, the Ozernaya is hailed as one of Kamchatak’s greatest trout fisheries. A broad and shallow river reminiscent of the Henry’s Fork, the Ozernaya is home to incredible populations of rainbows […]

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Prime Availability – Yokanga, Kola Peninsula Russia

When it comes to targeting really large Atlantic salmon in a wild, unspoiled setting, few places compare to Russia’s mighty Yokanga River. Here salmon over 20 pounds are common, salmon of over 30 pounds are taken most weeks of the season, and while 40 pounders are present,  few anglers will ever be lucky enough to land […]

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Prime Availability – Gremikha Camp, Yokanga River, Kola

Gremikha Camp, Yokanga River Gremikha Camp on the lower Yokanga may be the most physically demanding anadromous adventure we offer. No only must anglers hike a good deal but they must also navigate a very burly river with big rocks, aggressive pocket water and the biggest baddest, hardest-fighting, chrome-bright Atlantic salmon in the world.  If you fancy yourself […]

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Prime Opening – Yokanga River, Kola – June 2015

The Kola Peninsula’s Yokanga River is arguably the most pristine and adventuresome trophy Atlantic salmon river in the world.  When comes to big bright fish over 30 pounds and big powerful water, few if any places compare. On this river there are two programs: The ultra physical Gremikha Camp where anglers hike to the rugged […]

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Prime Availability – Kola Peninsula, Russia – Summer 2015

For serious two-handed steelhead and salmon anglers fishing the wild free-flowing Atlantic salmon rivers of Russia’s Kola Peninsula is a must. These rivers have strong returns of large, dime-bright wild fish, some of which exceed 30 pounds. Anglers enjoy large beats of water where your solitude is absolutely assured. Please read on to see what […]

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Discount Trip – Ponoi River, Russia – 2014 Season

Ryabaga Camp, Ponoi River, Russia This is the first time we can recall a discount being offered on the most famous and productive Atlantic salmon river in the world! To make things even sweeter it is the renowned Ryabaga Camp which has a spotless record for great guides, accommodations, meals and of course catch rates! […]

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Kola River Is Back!

Kola River, Russia On many of the world’s top Atlantic salmon rivers, bragging rights begin at 20 pounds, but on the Kola River 20 pounders are simply good fish with the braggarts bar set firmly at 30 pounds and above. We are very pleased to announce that the Kola River, Russia’s premier fishery for trophy […]

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Flights to Kamchatka Are Back!

Vladivostok Air has announced that it will begin scheduled summer service from Anchorage to Kamchatka. Thus again providing easy access for adventuresome anglers seeking monster mouse eating rainbows, high-flying salmon and vast tracts of virgin wilderness! Beginning July 12 and extending through September 13 (flights cross the international dateline): Departs Anchorage on a Thursday at […]

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The Kola River, Russia by Ken Morrish

I recently returned from two weeks of Atlantic Salmon fishing on the Kola River system in Russia. I traveled there with a group of six great guys. The plan was one week of “exploratory” fishing out of a tent camp followed by a week at the adjoining Kola River’s main lodge. In short it was […]

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