PHOTO ESSAY | KAMCHATKA PENINSULA 57° N 160° E – West of Russia Mainland
The Senanda River is mousing heaven if I’ve ever seen one. It’s not the fishing that draws me back here, it’s the overall experience. The landscape, the camp fires, the people, the food, the wildlife and then, of course, there is the fish. It was incredible to see a forest that is still relatively untouched and truly wild. Big thanks to Tom, Alejandro and James for letting me tag along with my camera daily.
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I’m just returning home from an a great trip to Kamchatka, Russia. What an amazing place filled with fantastic fishing and wonderful people. I feel very fortunate to have had this oportunity to visit and see such a pristine wilderness environment. Now the other half of the job starts, the tedious process of sifting through and editing the last few months of photo and video assets. I pulled this aerial clip of my buddy Tom Melvin fishing by camp one evening while we were on the Turusheva river.
ATTN: SERIOUS ANGLERS| OPEN SEATS AVAILABLE ON UPCOMING ADVENTURES St, Brandons Atoll-Mauritius, Wrangell-Alaska, Kamchatka-Russia
Are you a serious angler looking for a trip of a lifetime? Join me for one of my upcoming adventures. I have a few slots open for the individual seeking a trip of adventure and the unknown. These are very adventurous trips with some of the best fishing found anywhere on the planet! This is not a big group of hosted anglers, rather a small select few. All persons should be in good physical condition; these trips require a lot of wade fishing and tons of action. Global Rescue is required for St. Brandon’s and Russia.
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+NOW! ST. BRANDON’S ATOLL: Monster bonefish and GT’s – March 30-April 13 – 1 spot + SOUTHEAST ALASKA: Wild remote Steelhead – April 17-23 – a few spots avail + KAMCHATKA: Mouse eating rainbows – Exploratory – July 25-8th – 1 spot