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.
The Kharlovka and Eastern Litza are two of the most prolific salmon rivers on the Kola Peninsula.
The Kharlovka and Litza are famous for their big fish. Depending on the time you go there, there is a high probability you catch fish over 20 pounds, if you are lucky even 30 or 40 pounds. Usually double handed rods are fished, as well as single handers for dry fly fishing.