15. Fishing & Rafting on the Zhupanov River in Kamchatka. Rainbow trout (Kamchatka steelhead), arctic salmon and salmon
Tour season - from July 10 up to September 15.
The Zhupanov River is Kamchatka’s first river to have been dedicated almost entirely to sport fishing. This river is noted for the most interesting rafting throughout the Kamchatka Peninsula. The overall length of the river is 242 km., depth 0,5 to 2 m and up to 5 m in deep holes, flow rate 1,5 to 2 m per second. More
Tour dates - from June 1 to July 20.
The Bolshaya River is located on the western coast of the central Kamchatka Peninsula. It is noted among other things for excellent fishing for king salmon which is the biggest salmon in the Pacific Ocean. Records are set here annually: 20 kilogram trophies are not infrequent in these areas. More
Tour season - from July 1 to October 10.
The Opala River is a mountain one. It flows from the Gorely Volcano uplands. It has one rapid of complexity class III. It is removed from inhabited areas and road network (helicopter delivery to the route). More
Tour season - from July 1 to September 30.
The Elovka River flows in the central Kamchatka. It is removed from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky for 600 km. All the six species of the Pacific salmon spawn in its streams (king salmon, salmon trout, red salmon, dog salmon, silver salmon, humpback salmon). More
Tour season - from December 15 to April 20
Lake Golyginsk is located in a most attractive place in the southern Kamchatka. Winter fishing in this lake offers an unique opportunity to catch silver salmon locally called “molokan”, an extraordinary Kamchatka fish salmon species that has adapted for a life in fresh water. More