Kamchatka Wilderness Floats


“Kamchatka”… Just the word brings to mind images of boundless unexplored wilderness, and virgin rivers teeming with fish. Completely off-limits to westerners until 1992, the entire land-mass still only has one hundred and eighty miles of paved road, despite being roughly the size of the entire state of California. With 109, 716 rivers over ten limes in length, Kamchatka is a literal maze of salmonid filled watersheds, and over one third of the world’s wild Pacific salmon spawn in them. Our access for the wilderness river floats is via MI-8 helicopter, which carry us, our watercraft, and all of the gear we need for a six day, six night float trip down watersheds teaming with rainbows, sea-run dolly varden, and kunzha, coho, and chum salmon, depending on the time of year. Focus is on mouse patterns and surface action, but action is generally so constant that experimentation is encouraged. These are rivers that just don’t see a lot of flies.


Our one week wilderness float is $7,395 per angler.

All ground and air transportation once in Kamchatka as well as all food, accommodation and guides are included in this rate. Not included are airfare and travel expenses from your home to Kamchatka, processing of your Russian visitor's visa, personal fishing gear, flies, fishing license, medical evacuation insurance (required), and alcohol.

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