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shaun
01-07-2008, 05:11 AM
Been offered a "bargain" price for a week on the Yokanga in Russsia.

all things being relative this will still cost more than i can really afford...but I've always dreamt of a week on one of these russian rivers.

so- anyone been to the Kola peninsula?

anyone fished the Yokanga?

any thoughts?

ruselrones
10-02-2009, 01:35 AM
Fishing in Russia. Atlantic Salmon Pacific Salmon Taimen Trout. Make Russia your next destination.Situated in north-western Russia, jutting into the White Sea from its ... In addition to the phenomenal salmon fishing, the Krivetz River .Russia's Kola Peninsula is the last stronghold for Atlantic salmon fishing in the world. This purely natural resource,

murray1234
10-03-2009, 01:28 AM
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vinnai
02-21-2010, 07:23 PM
There is no doubt the Varzuga, which includes the Pana and its tributary the Indel, is the most prolific salmon river on earth. Robinson's company has been sending clients to fish it ever since. The average catch per client per week is 40 salmon. The wading is easy, the accommodation comfortable and the food excellent.

It is the ideal place to begin salmon fishing and learn a variety of techniques. Roxtons has a private, direct flight from Stansted to Murmansk, so it is possible to fish on the day you leave England.

The same can be said for the Ponoi, except there most of the fishing is done from a boat; however, it is possible to wade in several places.

Although it is Russian owned, it is run by Frontiers. Most of the guides are Russian but there are some from Scandinavia, Argentina, France and South Africa as well. All are highly trained.
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