Rynda week 30 ending 22th of July 2016

Posted on 27/07/2016

Rynda week 30 ending 22th of July 2016

This week a multinational team from UK, France, Slovenia and Iceland fished here at Rynda. Fishing conditions were not easy, the most influencing factor now is very low water. However, our anglers still managed to land 105 fish, and many others were lost! Because we didn’t have any rain for quite a long time, water continuously was dropping from 0,66 to 0,61 cm, and it’s almost the minimum level. In general, the weather was warm with water temperature around 16С. The...

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Rynda week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

Posted on 20/07/2016

Rynda week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

Last week the great team of our old and new friends was fishing here at Rynda. This team managed to land 131 fish for the week and God knows how many salmon were lost. Orange Bomber, White Bomber, Sunray hitch, and even Chernobyl Ant and Bomber Bee. Those flies you will find quite often in the last week Rynda Log Book. From the very first day, Graham put this fly on his single-handed rod and not much else came out of his fly box for the rest of the week! Wonderful 28...

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Rynda week 28 ending 8th of July 2016

Posted on 17/07/2016

Rynda week 28 ending 8th of July 2016

+34C in the shadow – it’s the least expected when you are in the tundra but it’s exactly what happened here last week! As the result of the hottest and brightest weather, the water temp reached 19C. Speaking of the hard fishing conditions, it’s worth to mention the great spirit of our anglers! We started fishing earlier in the morning and everyone was trying to do his best on the river. The most common fishing techniques were ranged from snealdas down along the bottom to...

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Rynda week 27 ending 1st of July 2016

Posted on 06/07/2016

Rynda week 27 ending 1st of July 2016

As fisherman and nature lovers we are always up to the elements, elements such as rain wind snow and sun. Not only does we get affected by it but so does the fish, the river and the countryside. With summer now in full swing in the far north coast we are faced with bright blue skies. Air temperature pushing high 20’s and water temperature raising daily, and so the water level also dropping at an alarming rate. As Salmon fishermen we are prepared to spend hours at end just...

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Rynda week 26 ending 24th of June 2016

Posted on 30/06/2016

Rynda week 26 ending 24th of June 2016

Joining us this week were a wonderful mix of rods from all over the world.  It was great to have a full camp this week. Daniel and Amelia made the journey to Murmansk via Train because in their opinion, the flight is just too short and one doesn’t take in the scenery. With an outlook like that we were excited to have father and daughter Daniel and Amelia here with us. What we didn’t realize is that Amelia would end up catching the biggest fish of the week. In a lot of cases...

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Rynda week 25 ending 17th of June 2016

Posted on 22/06/2016

Rynda week 25 ending 17th of June 2016

With the droning sound of the MI 8 approaching over the tundra we say goodbye to yet another group at Rynda. It’s always great to have return guest as they have already identified this as a special camp and a deeper sense of appreciation is evident. What better way to say goodbye to the tundra with 1000’s of Reindeer surrounding camp. We have fond memories of some great fish caught this week. Peter managing to repeat history by getting yet another 20Lb fish on the dancing...

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Rynda week 24 ending 10th of June 2016

Posted on 12/06/2016

Rynda week 24 ending 10th of June 2016

As we say good-bye to another group of happy anglers we await our new group to kick of week 24 at Rynda. For once the weather forecast was spot on predicting North Westerly winds up to 20 meters per second dropping the air temperature down to as low as 1 degree. The wind, combined with rain as well as scattered snowfall was going to make this week rather special to say the least. This week we welcomed four new guests from different parts of the world who will be joining two...

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Rynda week 23 ending 3rd of June 2016

Posted on 11/06/2016

Rynda week 23 ending 3rd of June 2016

Rynda season 2016 is opened! The first week started in the low water conditions. Therefore fishing was comfortable in most of the pools below the First Fall. Upriver is still too high. In a very first day we landed 5 first salmon ranging 12 to 22 pounds. Two of them from the Home pool were sealiced. Early start for Rynda! The weather was unusually pleasant for the early arctic spring. The air temperature sometimes reached 15C in the morning, and the water temperature stayed...

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