Floating the Two Yurt River between stationary camps, you will fish arguably some of the world's most beautiful river miles. Fewer anglers fish Two Yurt in a season than many famous Alaska rivers see in a day. We hold an exclusive use permit for the entire Two Yurt River Valley for the next 30 years!
At Rainbows From Above, we fly daily with four anglers to over a dozen untouched and sometimes never-fished rivers full of big trout. Our fishing programs are designed to make the most of these amazing resources with conservation for the future in mind.
This volcano and river-filled region has always been regarded as a land of wonder. The peninsula has more land mass than California, yet only one passable road into the interior. The west coast and all of the northern regions remain unroaded and inaccessible except by helicopter.
We offer three completely separate locations on Kamchatka. Never forgetting our mission, we have created a safe, welcoming environment for your stay overlooking a pristine river surrounded by mountain views.
The Ozernaya River Lodge takes a maximum of eight guests per week. Each two-person cabin is spacious, comfortable, dry, bug-free, and includes electricity and heat. Our many amenities include spotless flush toilets, streamside benches, picnic tables, and evening lodge fires. Upon returning after a successful day of fishing, you can jump into a steaming, hot shower. Clean and relaxed, dinner is soon to follow.
On our Two Yurt River Float a small group of six anglers per week will travel between stationary cabins located perfectly along the river. With hot showers, large dining facilities, electricity and heat, nothing is forgotten except the hustle and bustle of the outside world.
Rainbows From Above is based at Two Yurt Lakes on the far side from our float. Beautiful mountain views, spacious new cabins, thermal heat, and an onsite natural hot spring! Four anglers per week will enjoy incredible food and even more spectacular fishing.
At The Best of Kamchatka, we tailor each week to exceed the expectations of our individual guests.
We operate from mid July until mid September. During each part of the season, the fishing only differs slightly with abundant hatches early and late in the season.
Salmon influence the cycle of where and how we fish for the trout but we never use beads and indicators. All of our fishing is with mice, dry flies and streamers through the entire season.
We spend 90 percent of our fishing time catching large trophy native rainbow trout. The average trout on all three of our programs pushes the 20-inch mark and on some rivers they are much larger. Each program is slightly different. If you want the most variety, the Ozernaya River Lodge offers great Dolly Varden fishing with may pushing 25-30 inches and are often measured in pounds. The Oz is also one for the most incredible grayling fisheries on planet earth with many grayling in a day over 20 inches. The Oz in the month of August and September offers incredible silver salmon fishing for bright chrome fish up to 20 pounds.
Kamchatka is often called "one of the last, great unspoiled natural wonders of our world". The Soviet Union kept Kamchatka a closely guarded military zone for most the twentieth century. It was not until after Perestroika that Russia threw the iron curtain wide open for outside exploration.
Kamchatka juts out into the northern Pacific directly in the path of the warm Japanese current. This fortunate positioning helps to provide relatively mild winters compared to nearby Siberia. Along with these warm currents comes the wealth of the Pacific Ocean including salmon, whales and a wonderful array of coastal wildlife. Brown bear, otter, bighorn sheep, caribou, and moose all flourish amongst the backdrop of a pristine wilderness.
The Kamchatka climate is very maritime and we expect cool, rainy days through the season. The weather though is often pleasant. We advise layering and good foul weather gear.
Rates start from: $7,195
You can find all pricing information at: www.thebestofkamchatka.com
Due to the remote nature of our programs, we do not supply gear except in emergency situations.
With our three programs we can take care of anglers of all abilities and physical capabilities. We are full service from the time you say, "Let's go." We offer full-service visa processing, meet and greet at the airport, the most efficient transportation on Kamchatka and with over 20 years of experience we welcome you to join us on one of the last, great fishing adventures on our blue planet.
Birdwatching, Bear viewing, Flower viewing, Mushroom hunting
We can, upon request in the fall, do bear and duck hunts.
DATES: July 21th - 27th, 2020
PRICE: $8,695 per person
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