Three rivers week 37 ending 13th of September 2015

Posted on 18/09/2015

Three rivers week 37 ending 13th of September 2015

Nationalities: Scottish, Welsh, French, English, and Norwegian Number of Salmon: 92 Number of anglers: 16 BIG Fish: 1 x 39.6lbs-Kharlovka, 1 x 33.5 pounds-Litza, 1 x 32lbs-Kharlovka Home pool, 1 x 31lbs.-Kharlovka, 1 x 30lbs.-Kharlovka Rynda: 28 salmon of which 4 over 20lbs Litza: 33 salmon of which 5 over 20lbs Kharlovka: 31 salmon of which 6 over 20lbs Personal Best Fish: 6 We are pleased to report that from the first days of spring through to our colourful finale on 11...

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Three rivers week 36 ending 6th of September 2015

Posted on 18/09/2015

Three rivers week 36 ending 6th of September 2015

Number of Rods: 16 Nationalities: Russian, English, American, Irish, Northern Irish, and Spanish Number of fish: 149 Rynda: 47 salmon of which 1 over 20lbs Litza: 55 salmon of which 6 over 20lbs Kharlovka: 38 salmon of which 2 over 20lbs Personal Best Fish: 5 Largest fish of the week: 35,5 pounder Fly-fishing has no nationality, no age and no persuasion. The only one nationality in fishing is an angler. This week we greeted many old friends back to our camp and were happy...

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Three rivers week 35 ending 29th of August 2015

Posted on 03/09/2015

Three rivers week 35 ending 29th of August 2015

Eastern Litza Waterfall Nationalities: UK, Ireland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway Number of Salmon: 158 Number of anglers: 16 BIG Fish: 1 x 30lbs-Litza, 1 x 28lbs-Rynda Rynda: 56 salmon of which 2 over 20lbs Litza: 59 salmon of which 5 over 20lbs Kharlovka: 43 salmon of which 1 over 20lbs Personal Best Fish: 6 Over the two-week summer break in advance of the Three Rivers there had been a refreshing rise in levels that had pushed the river height up to a satisfying 5...

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Kharlovka week 32 ending 7th of August 2015

Posted on 14/08/2015

Kharlovka week 32 ending 7th of August 2015

Number of Rods: 13 Nationaliites: UK, Denmark, France, Russia and Finland. Number of fish: 165 Personal Bests: 6 Largest fish of the week which was caught: 36 lbs. Number of jokes and good stories: can’t be counted The youngest angler of the week: 17 years old Average age of anglers: 30 We were expecting something special to happen this week, but we were not ready for such actions. This team quickly bonded together. Young and ambitious the boys travelled in from the...

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Kharlovka week 31 ending 31st of July 2015

Posted on 03/08/2015

Kharlovka week 31 ending 31st of July 2015

Number of Rods: 13 Nationaliites: 11 Norwegians and 2 Danes Number of fish: 136 Personal Bests: 2 Largest fish of the week: the one we didn’t land Largest fish of the week (that was caught): 28 lbs. Number of satisfied anglers: 13 While giving the last days speech Calix (our Norwegian friend) said: “Forest Gump had said that life is a box of chocolate, you never know what is inside. This week we had a bit of everything: sunny days and rainy ones, lost fish along with...

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Kharlovka week 30 ending 24th of July 2015

Posted on 29/07/2015

Kharlovka week 30 ending 24th of July 2015

Number of Rods: 14 Nationaliites: 11 French, 1 Brit, 1 Irishman, 1 inspiring Brazilian along with our new Slovenian friend. Number of fish: 181 Personal Bests: 3 Largest fish of the week: 21 pounds Number of large salmon that were reportedly lost: Stories all around. Number of unhappy anglers: 0 Weather conditions: Another mild week with air temperatures in the low teens. The water temp. averaged near 11C for the week. The water levels continued to drop away slowly from 9cm...

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Kharlovka week 29 ending 17th of July 2015

Posted on 20/07/2015

Kharlovka week 29 ending 17th of July 2015

Another week of perfect weather, loads of salmon, and a group full of 14 happy fishermen! Our latest group of lucky lads, along with Ingrid that lucky lady, arrived under encouragingly dark misty skies with a fresh air temperature of 8 degrees C.  In fact, the air temps ranged from 1 to 11C all week until the sun finally popped out on Friday. As a result, river temperatures remain unseasonably cool for July averaging 9 degrees C. There were also periods of light rain for...

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Kharlovka week 28 ending 10th of July 2015

Posted on 12/07/2015

Kharlovka week 28 ending 10th of July 2015

When it comes to fishing for the big multi sea winter Atlantic salmon on the far northern coast, the weather conditions can most often be the deciding factor. Ever since that one inevitable high pressure cell that hit us back in late June bringing 4 long days of bright sunny conditions, we have basically enjoyed perfect fishing conditions ever since. Last week our latest team of 14 guests from England, Ireland, Russia and Portugal arrived to the Kharlovka camp under dark...

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Kharlovka week 27 ending 3rd of July 2015

Posted on 07/07/2015

Kharlovka week 27 ending 3rd of July 2015

Another action packed week up here on the mighty Kharlovka! It was obvious from the very beginning when 11 of Vladimir’s family and friends (along with our pal big fish Bruce) all piled off the big helicopter that we would definitely be in for an unforgettable week. With a diverse mix of skills, abilities and expectations – ranging from Ivan and Alexandra’s exciting first salmon ever, to Ildar and Alexey improving on their personal bests, to the giant...

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Kharlovka week 26 ending 26th of June 2015

Posted on 29/06/2015

Kharlovka week 26 ending 26th of June 2015

Interesting week of challenging conditions, great surface action, and long time friends. Last weeks group consisted of 4 veterans, 5 regulars, 2 new friends, along with 3 successful Russian businessmen who stayed on camp through the opening weekend before getting an early call to return back to the office. Unfortunately, the team arrived to the Kharlovka camp last Saturday under bright sunny skies and warm temps into the high teens which turned out to be the first high...

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Kharlovka week 25 ending 19th of June 2015

Posted on 21/06/2015

Kharlovka week 25 ending 19th of June 2015

Another fantastic week of great friends, mild weather and good sized salmon here on the Kharlovka camp! Last Saturday the big helicopter touched down with our latest team of international guests from England, Scotland, Switzerland, USA, Germany, Austria, Canada and Russia. While we started out with bright sunny skies and warm temps into the middle teens, the team did well to land 25 salmon by Sunday dinner including 6 over 20 pounds. That night we took pride in presenting...

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Kharlovka week 24 ending 12th of June 2015

Posted on 15/06/2015

Kharlovka week 24 ending 12th of June 2015

Last Saturday afternoon our latest group of 13 guests from Sweden, U.K. Malaysia, South Africa, USA and Russia arrived safe and sound to the Kharlovka camp. Cool temperatures and light rain followed through the weekend rising the rivers up another 4cm. Despite the early spate conditions, the boys got off to the good start with 25 salmon by Sunday dinner including a several solid 20+ pounders. That evening was dedicated to our Kharlovka Veterans Big Dave (11 years), Colin...

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Kharlovka week 23 ending 5th of june

Posted on 08/06/2015

Kharlovka week 23 ending 5th of june

The mighty Kharlovka and Litza rivers are open and the salmon are rolling back into the system! This season on the far northern coast, we opened with about 20% less snow pack than normal, in conjunction with the warm temperatures that arrived back in early May, the ice on the mighty Kharlovka broke up early on 12th May. Warm temps continued through the last half of the month melting the majority of the snow and ice before our arrival. This year we started out with on the...

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Kharlovka week 23 first news flash

Posted on 02/06/2015

Kharlovka week 23 first news flash

The mighty Kharlovka is open and large salmon are rolling into the system! This season spring arrived about 3 to 4 weeks early to the far northern coast of the Kola Peninsula when temperatures started to warm up into the high teens back in early May.  As a result the river ice had cleared by the 12th of May. The last 2 weeks have seen mild temperatures which has melted the majority of the snow. Last week when we arrived to the camps on 26 May the Kharlovka river was flowing...

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