Hunting and Fishing

Fly-fishing for loach in Kamchatka

The Kamchatka Peninsula in the north-eastern part of Eurasia is home to 14,000 streams and rivers. Their most numerous inhabitants are charr, with at least eight different species inhabiting Kamchatkan waters. These fish can be distinguished based on their varying colour, size and shape. They serve as a true and worthy opponent to even the most experienced fisherman, and it is a real treat when one of them catches a bite. Kamchatka is 460,000 square kilometres of difficult-to-live-on terrain. Nevertheless, getting the chance to cast a line in this far-off, volcano-covered land is a life-long dream for many a fisherman.

Director Igor' Chernyshev

Year 2015

Duration 00:34:28

Director Igor' Chernyshev

The Kamchatka Peninsula in the north-eastern part of Eurasia is home to 14,000 streams and rivers. Their most numerous inhabitants are charr, with at least eight different species inhabiting Kamchatkan waters. These fish can be distinguished based on their varying colour, size and shape. They serve as a true and worthy opponent to even the most experienced fisherman, and it is a real treat when one of them catches a bite. Kamchatka is 460,000 square kilometres of difficult-to-live-on terrain. Nevertheless, getting the chance to cast a line in this far-off, volcano-covered land is a life-long dream for many a fisherman.

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