# 311 Floating and fishing the tributaries of Bolshaya river

BearsChallenging and varied fishing, combined with stunning scenery, make crystal clear waters of these small rivers a fascinating destination for the fisherman. Every year pacific salmon migrates up to Bolshaya river, to spawn in its tributaries and mainstream. All five species of salmon make the journey. And let's not forget the plentiful char, kundzha, rainbow trout, grayling that are available throughout the season. The salmon come into the river by the hundreds of thousands, bringing with them brown bears. Bears may be met close and personal!

Salmon are big and plentiful, wilderness is really breathtaking - every part of the trip will be an unforgettable experience for you!

Approximate run timing in tributaries of Bolshaya river:

kind of fish season
King salmon Early June – Mid July
Silver salmon Mid August – Mid October
Pink salmon July
Dog salmon July – Early September
Char Throughout the season
Kundzha Throughout the season
Grayling Throughout the season
Rainbow trout Throughout the season

Departures: August 16th – August 24th  
September 06th – September 14 rd  

Japanese FisherDay 1 Arrive in Petropavlovsk . Transfer to the hotel. Meet with the guide who will accompany you to the river, check the equipment and discuss the trip. Overnight in a city hotel.

Day 2 Drive to the starting point of floating, camp on the river bank and prepare for the trip. Overnight in tents.

Day 3 – 7Floating down the Malkinskaya Bystraya river and fishing for salmon, char, grayling. Your preparations and anticipations will be met or exceeded for sure.

Day 8 End of floating. Return to the city. Farewell party in local restaurant. Hotel overnight.

Bystraya RiverDay 9 Souvenirs shopping and visit a local market in the morning. Transfer to the airport for departure.

Group size is max 10 people.

Included: double accommodation, visa invitation and registration, bed & breakfast in the city, full board en route, double accommodation, floating and camping equipment (except sleeping bags), licenses, transfers, guides, interpreter and cook services, visa support.


•  Kamchatka is conservation country, and catch-and-release is in force, using only single barbless hooks.
•  Due to popularity, reservations should be made as early as possible.
•  You will need to bring your own tackle and fishing equipment. A detailed list of tackle that you should bring to Kamchatka will be sent with your confirmation.


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