Kamchatka - the wild peninsula of volcanoes, geysers and - fantastic (fly) fishing!
Similar to the Kola Peninsula, Kamchatka has only been accessible to tourists since the Cold War. And analogous to the Kola Peninsula in northwestern Russia, the fish stocks on Kamchatka were able to develop undisturbed. More than 12000 rivers (!) meander through the peninsula, and represent a fishing paradise for fishermen who are after salmonids. Rivers, landscapes, and climate are very similar to that of Alaska, but far fewer guests fish here.
The rustic and comfortable Icha River Camp is idyllically located directly on the Icha River, surrounded by forest. It is far from the nearest civilization and can accommodate up to 18 guests.
The guests fish exclusively on 50km stretch of the Icha River in the spectacular landscape of Kamchatka (25km upstream and 25km downstream from the camp). The river has its source at Icha volcano and then flows wildly and unregulated towards the sea, has crystal clear water and is perfect for fly fishing. The river bed consists mostly of fine gravel, so the river is easy to wade.
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Always tight lines, Alexander
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