Отчеты с реки Харловка 2001 – 2011

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2011

Posted on 30/09/2011

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2011

Vladimir Rybalchenko’s Address to the Friends of the Atlantic Salmon Reserve Dear Friends, Probably you know already about an important event that took place in the ASR. On 16th June, it was announced at Kharlovka that Peter Power has handed over his camps, famous throughout the world, to me, Vladimir Rybalchenko. It was not a simple decision for me to undertake this responsibility of securing the future of the ASR. It would have been much more comfortable for me to come over to Kharlovka and Rynda as a guest. We spent many an hour with Peter Power dwelling on the future of these wonderful rivers and made a mutual decision that Peter would hand over the safe keeping of the ASR to me. Peter Power is a great man who has set exceptionally high standards on the rivers’ conservation and organization of fishing. I will do everything possible to preserve these standards. For me this is not a business. My goal is to preserve the salmon and trout waters of Kharlovka, Eastern Litza, Rynda and Zolotaya in the way that he has done. Dear friends of the ASR! Many of you know me, since we fished together. I hope to get to know many others in the future. I will be happy to meet you all on both the magnificent Atlantic Salmon and Wild Brown Trout programs. I promise that the fishing will continue to be international. I also promise to protect the rivers and lakes from poachers and to be very careful about the fragile nature of the entire ecosystem. I am sure that many exciting and great fishing adventures await us in the future! Yours sincerely, Vladimir Rybalchenko SECURING THE ASR FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS An important event took place on the evening of Thursday 16th June. All guests and staff received an unexpected but exciting invitation from Peter to join him for a party at Kharlovka House. Guests were told that he had something to tell them about “…the future of the ASR”. Of course this set off wild speculation up and down the rivers from “is this the end” to “is the beginning of a new dawn”. The Kharlovka guests and staff who, along with the boys that were lost somewhere over on the Litza, were all brought together for a magnificent summer BBQ up at Kharlovka House. Whilst waiting in anticipation for the arrival of Peter, the guests happily bonded away sharing their week’s fishing trials and tribulations under an unforgettable polar sun. Orchestrated with a military precision that has come to define the Northern Rivers over the years, at exactly 20:00 an MI-8 helicopter thundered in and touched down on the upper pad near the house. Out of the helicopter poured a full contingent of guests from Rynda, led by Peter looking unusually smart. There was a noticeable breeze of suspense circling through the...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2010

Posted on 29/09/2010

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2010

SEASON SUMMARY to 31st July 2010 TOGETHER WITH EXCITING NEW PLANS FOR 2011 We have just completed nine of the most wonderful and happy weeks in the ASR despite the decline in fish numbers of 15% against our 5 year average to 2009 and the most varied and difficult fishing weather. The reason is that it has been a great year for big multiple sea winter salmon on all the rivers of the ASR. Against 2009 (a great year for total numbers of fish), this season we still managed to land about the same number of 18lbs+ fish however, more importantly, there were 9.8% more 20 lbs+ fish and an amazing 24.6% more 25 lbs+ fish. Indeed at the end of this period the average weight of salmon caught at Kharlovka & Litza was an astonishing 15.8lbs (against 14.1lbs for 2009) and, even including grilse, ended at 13.8lbs. This year the best 3 fish to date at Kharlovka & Litza have been 42, 37 & 36 lbs and on Rynda & Zolotaya 36, 34 & 32 lbs. In summary the ASR, in a poor year for numbers over the Kola Region, has come up “trumps” and delivered, week by week, that essential ingredient of fabulous memories readily available to all in the presence of the regular few who inspire us with fish of a lifetime bringing us back in the certain knowledge that one day it will be “me”. The philosophers tell us an essential ingredient of happiness is timelessness which applies to us when absorbed in our wonderful world of fly fishing amongst kindred spirits in harmony with nature. For me the last decade has flashed by organizing our “fun and games” and enjoying your companionship. Now I find myself with Justin preparing next season which will be my 14th. We have come up with a rather ingenious plan to reduce the pressure on our valuable salmon during the autumn period and improve the quality of the fishing. We intend to start on Saturday, 28th May and will operate for 11 weeks in the traditional way except that the 11th week will be set aside for the ASR Youth Program. All the rivers will then be rested for two weeks. We will start again on Saturday, 27th August by operating the “Three Rivers” program so that one of the rivers will be rested at all times. See “Index” above for details. For some time I have been concerned about the pressure on our salmon during the autumn period. This idea was inspired by Mikael when he said at the end of the “Home for Salmon” film “I like what they are doing here. The fish are in the focus it’s not the people”. Long live the ASR! Peter Final Kharlovka fishing summaries for September 4th – 18th With a suitcase full of DVD’s and silver glint in his...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2009

Posted on 30/09/2009

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2009

The Kharlovka Report: Friday, 19-Feb-10 “Home for Salmon” London Premiere Last evening was a rather special occasion in the salmon fishing community. From across the globe 600 invited guests gathered together at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in London for the premiere of the film “Home for Salmon”. The event was divided into three sessions from 6:00pm to 1:00am with each screening followed by a drinks reception. Even for Bafta this was most unusual and they complimented us on the ASR “attention to detail”. Justin Mc. excelled himself as “major domo” working with Alison, Ruth and Luise who received extravagant praise. I have not known a reception where there seemed to be such instant bonding and good humour – never mind three in one evening! I suppose it was because we were in a charming environment just after a pleasant shared experience in the film and, as I often say about our fishing guests, were “kindred spirits in harmony with nature”. Of course the second and third sessions came in on a high with so many having enjoyed “Sophie’s” restaurant as arranged by Rupert and Justin Maxwell Stuart again in aid of the NASF. Inevitably they then led astray the younger hardcore ASR fishers to the delights of the Dover Street Wine bar. I understand they helped close the club at about 5:00am. Some of us are concerned that my dear friend Per Stadigh has not been seen since. We anxiously await word from Sweden. Each session kicked off with a little speech by “yours truly”. It gave me great pleasure to thank Antony Pinsent, President of the Flyfishers’ Club, for bringing together over 200 members and their friends. He in turn made a charming speech at the first reception and thanked Piers Eley for suggesting to him the idea of this event. I took the opportunity to thank our club for their past support particularly during Sir Peter Cresswell’s tenure as President. When the future of the ASR was in doubt he composed an elegant letter to our Foreign Office endorsed by no less than four previous Presidents and Commander Boycott. Dr Morozov, a famous scientist, was our guest of honour representing Russian Federation. I asked him to convey to his government our gratitude for permitting the ASR to flourish and commented upon the worldwide goodwill this has created towards Russia and its people through many thousands of visitors. Brian Dalton Mikael Frodin By the second and third sessions I confess to feeling a little more relaxed and found myself with the confidence to express my extraordinary gratitude to those of you who have supported the ASR over the last ten years and in so doing have given me the most wonderful end game – the best and most spiritually rewarding 10 years of my life. I wish you all the same good fortune. The...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2008

Posted on 28/09/2008

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2008

Monday, 1-Sep-08 We are delighted to announce the ASR has ended its 11th season with an all time record catch of 4014 salmon. After the unique cold late start the numbers starting picking up from the first of the Summer weeks – and we never looked back! For the season as a whole we were 24% up on 2007. The total number of fish caught in the last 10 weeks was 46% above our 5 year average and 27% for all 16 weeks. The best five great salmon were 47, 41, 37, 35 & 35 lbs. Justin has joined Ruth and me at the Eynsham Office as Director of Fishing. We truly appreciate the magnificent initial response to the invitations and proposals Ruth sent out last week on my behalf. For those of you with no email you should find a letter in the post by next Monday. Many of you have been kind enough to note our economic concerns and compliment us on the Tundra Adventure Program as a low cost alternative to the traditional high use helicopter programs. Thank you also for so many helpful suggestions. As a result of the huge interest in these programs we have decided to introduce them on all four ASR Rivers for four weeks starting 8-Aug-09: Weeks 33, 34, 35 & 36. The remaining two weeks starting 5-Sep-09: Weeks 37 & 38 will resume as the traditional high use helicopter program. Full details and prices are now published under -Tundra Adventures- in the front page directory of this website. Both Justin and I wish to thank all our wonderful friends, supporters and staff for an amazing season and hope to see you again in 2009. Peter The Kharlovka Report: Week 37 Ending Friday, 12-Sept-08. While it is certainly true that the Arctic conditions here along the northern coast of the Kola Penisula normally provide us with a challenge, our final few days of the season proved to be far too bright for the big numbers. Beautiful sunny days were followed on by cold crisp nights. Normally our rivers begin to recognize the autumn season a couple of weeks earlier as the water cools down into the single digits drawing in the Osenkas as well as exciting the well-rested large spring salmon. In between all the clear blue skies and their difficult to explain rosy cheeks there was also plenty of salmon joy. Big Watty came close to beating his P.B. from last season with a memorable 23 pounder from the Upper Tent pool. While Ingo will now have to return next year for another go around with the monster he lost out of the Snowbank, Allan will be flying home with memories of his 28-pounder from the Military pool. And then there was our new friend Gordon who is most likely still going on about his new P.B. 23-pounder that he...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2007

Posted on 28/09/2007

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2007

It has been an extraordinary season for big fish. With two more weeks to go, the rivers of the ASR have already produced 42 great salmon of 30 lbs plus with the best five at 46, 45.5, 38, 37 & 36 lbs. At Kharlovka & Litza 16.5% of all fish have been over 20 lbs – One for every 6 fish caught!! As you will read below the fresh silver Osenka’s have started to arrive. It is a glorious time to be here on the North Kola Coast. We predict this season will be 12% up on 2006, which follows an increase of 17% last year and 13% the year before. It is generally accepted that the ASR Conservation Program is a remarkable success. The parr count figures for 2007 will be published in October but we already know they show a sustained increase. The Kharlovka Report: Week 37 ending Friday, 14-Sep-07 We’ve been going on about the crazy weather around here all season. Its now safe to say that from the British Isles, through Scandinavia, and certainly across the exposed northern Kola Peninsula – It has been a most unpredictable ride since our first icy days way back in May. The huge cold spring was then followed on by one of the coolest wet summers that even our senior Russians had ever seen. While we probably don’t need any more reminding of the freak floods back home, even Norway was reporting their soggiest season for the last 100 years. Thankfully, when you fly up to the far north coast, “normal or routine” is not what you are hoping for. Usually after a couple weeks of high summer and warm temperatures, we would then be looking for a bit of fog, as the temperatures this time a year drop back down into the chilly single digits. This season we had more cold gear testing days back in June and July then we have had during the whole of our lovely Indian summer finish. The last three weeks of this season were filled with scattered showers and mild temperatures hovering around the 10 degrees C mark. While the fishing was still very good towards the end, the Big aggressive salmon and Osenka factor would have certainly been much higher if the water temps had cooled below a mere 8.5 degrees C. Finally, on our last morning of the season, the Kharlovka home pool showed a more seasonal reading of 6.5 C. Last week we decided to go out in true northern style inviting everyone over to the Kharlovka camp and making our last finale into a magical Three Rivers experience that none of us could possibly ever forget. Gathering all the boys from Team Scotland, Ireland and England under the same fishy roof, we were obviously in big trouble from the very start. With up to three helicopters taking off...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2006

Posted on 28/09/2006

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2006

Kharlovka News Update: Saturday, 19-Aug-06 We are now up 33% over last year for the season to date. So far this year our three largest fish landed have been at 50+ (125 cm), 43, 41 lbs. and we are expecting more magnificent fish in this range. We have landed 31 over 30 lbs, 189 over 20 lbs and 413 over 15 lbs. Over the last four weeks, starting 22-Jul-06, we have had superb late summer and early autumn fishing. The total catch for this period has been 68% up on last year and 70% of the fish have been fresh. Even last week the fresh fish were 51% of the total caught. The nights are drawing in and it is now dark well before midnight. Over the last two weeks it has been relatively cool and the water temperature has ranged between 8C and 12C. The water level is getting rather low and we need the usual late August rains to maintain these brilliant fishing results. The tundra is starting to take on its red autumn hue and the Russians are out picking mushrooms and berries in their spare time. For some of us it is the favourite time of the year. Shortly the water will start to fall below 8C and the residents will become more aggressive. Before we go home large sea-liced fresh “Osenka” will suddenly appear to give us an exciting end to this great season. Kharlovka News Update: Saturday, 5-Aug-06 I very much regret that it became necessary to suspend the “Kharlovka Report”. I would like to thank the huge number of friends who have sent messages expressing interest and concern. On current performance I think we are heading for a record year. The season started much later than usual. Lower water temperatures with higher water levels than normal have been sustained. The Kharlovka & Eastern Litza catch returns have been excellent. The total result for this season for both rivers is 34% above this time last year and 17.9% above the five year average. The average number of fish landed in the last two weeks was 67% up on the five year average. Amazingly, 69% of these were fresh indicating the possibility of great August fishing. We believe we have landed the first 50 pounder. It measured 125 cm, was hooked in Reindeer and landed in Snow Bank. Sadly, without complete authentication, it cannot go down as the record which stands at 47.5 lbs. The average weight of the 50 best salmon has been 31.2 lbs. The 12 best great fish are recorded as 50?, 43, 39, 37, 37, 37, 36, 36, 35, 35, 35 & 35. One of the 35 lb fish was caught & released at Kharlovka Falls by an eleven-year-old boy who himself weighs only 40 lbs. He was with us under the ASR Youth Programme, accompanied by his proud father,...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2005

Posted on 28/09/2005

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2005

Starting with the excitingly high snow pack reports of last winter – to our unseasonably hot early spring, leading to the rapid river run-offs – to our cloudy cool summer days including a record week of rainfall, taking the river up some 41cm – to the normally cold autumn conditions that never quite materialized until the very end – As usual, it has been a season of extremes here above the Arctic Circle. With the last of the crazy weather now behind us, it has become very clear that Team Kharlovka has had a tremendous season. Hindsight (and of course the internet) allows us all the opportunity to look back and again savour those fishy days gone by; Hundreds of Big silver moments, countless ‘life fish’ and P.B’s, broken fly lines and splintered rods, hooks failing, reels exploding, bomber attacks, boulder chases and the dozens of swimmers (hair wet!), bears – wolverines – and eagles, the Northern Lights displays, huge tundra browns – It is all, Magic for the senses. The Northern Rivers are undeniably the hottest ticket on the Kola! This season the troops accounted for a very respectable 1413 salmon. The big fuss this year however, was that Team Kharlovka was proudly able to hold onto a hefty 17+ pound average through the first 466 silvery fish! Some 249 of these beauties were between 20 and 29 pounds – with another 39 of 19 pounds. In the serious to colossal category, while none of the dozen or so 40-50+ giants have been beaten recently, the boys (and girls) did manage to haul in 22 greater than ‘the big 30’. The ‘silver prize’ of the season must however, go out to Jason’s Litza and Chris’s Kharlovka – bright 38 pounders, which were both skillfully and unforgettably enticed by the deadly hitched Bomber. It would not be right, to close the season without a last fishy tale or two, in order to tide us all over until the ‘Silver’ runs again; There is always a bit of controversy when team Scotland helicopters into camp. I thought big brothers were suppose to take care of the family? Jamie and Andrew’s little sister, Morven, was in ‘Big silver trouble’ from almost the minute she arrived. Fishing with her trademark red ‘Poka-hauntis’ bandana, covered in luck, the young university student was quickly realizing why she had studied and worked so hard when she found her life fish coming to the net in the Litza Falls. Then for a final dose of satisfaction, Morven proudly hoisted her 21 pound sea liced hen above her head, as to be in plain view of her drooling brothers across on the far bank. Fortunately the Scot’s story does not end here. Brother Jamie obviously hadn’t thought the consequences through. Bringing the little ones on a Big salmon adventure like this is bound to change their lives,...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2004

Posted on 28/09/2004

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2004

Kharlovka Late Summer Review. Saturday, 14-Aug-04 At last – the long Arctic heat wave has finally broken up. While ‘norm’ is a word that really has no relevance at these latitudes, on most years the Russian north coast receives +/- 20 days of high summer. This season however, after an unusually mild winter to start with, the high pressure settled in early and then didn’t go give up until some 6.5 weeks later. For days on end the sun beat down on our consistently warm rivers. This simply forced us all to work a bit harder including early morning assaults, mid afternoon naps followed by many a night flight after dinner. With out question the home pool has come in very handy of late. Despite the many challenges team Kharlovka has faced this summer, overall it has still been an excellent season. While every guest that was lucky enough to fish with us enviably had plenty of unforgettable moments, it is customary for us to highlight a few of the exceptional stories that have stood out from the rest. It’s 1:00am on your first dream trip to northern Russia, while far from dark, the blazing sun has finally set. Of course you’re still out fishing! Big cast, mend, step – step. Anticipation had been building for months as young Brett, a 30 year old journalist on a mission, along with big Dima approached the promising glide at tail of the home pool. The fly came around again – nothing. They took a few more steps down, and then another long spey cast off his left shoulder. This time his small Willy Gunn stopped as it swung into the shallows. Dima, his new Russian friend for life, was amazed to see Brett next lifting his rod as if to pull his fly free from some submerged rock. Dima shouted ‘Nyet!’ Then the line drew tight and the rock started to swim away. He held on tight as his long awaited trophy slowly slipped out the back of the run and down the rapids below. Without reason the heavy salmon fortunately stopped some 100 meters down. Brett then began to go to work dragging his prize back up into the pool. For 20 minutes no one said a word. Next, with the 19 stone Dima in position like a heron with a long net, the leader cleared the water, a smile appeared on Brett’s face and then suddenly there was a violent boil as the mighty salmon took off again towards the back of the pool. With an audience now forming, Brett unconfidently murmured ‘backing’ as he was again palming the reel for dear life. Twenty more minutes elapsed. Equally tired from the battle, both the fish and Brett were now staggering around in the slack water. The great salmon made one last valiant attempt to decapitate Dima with the leader...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2003

Posted on 28/09/2003

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2003

The Kharlovka Report – Final Week ending 13th September 2003 As all good things must end one day we have come to the conclusion of this magical season. Our final gathering of fisherman consisted of 10 lively Norwegians which were split into two groups each enjoying a half week with us in camp. Along with our 5 new American friends who were here for the duration, we had daily average team of 10 rods fishing the beats. After a seasonably cool period last week which provided outstanding sport on the rivers, our final guests of the year unfortunately stepped off the helicopter on Saturday into an arctic Indian summer. While very pleasant to fish in, the salmon defiantly took notice of the change in conditions. During our first few days air temperatures jumped back up into the low 20’s C (70’s F) bringing the water up with it to around 12 degrees C. Then to complicate matters we had a brief cold snap on Wednesday. With the waters still warm it was just enough to put the fish down further and produce thick fog which temporarily delayed our the Norwegian groups from changing over. By Thursday morning our extended summer had again returned. Nothing good ever comes easy when your salmon fishing at the extremes for without the challenge the experience would be routine. Despite the unwelcome conditions the rods persevered locating a respectable 95 salmon on this our final week of the season. Why is it that we can all look back on our first salmon and recall nearly every detail? That unforgettable moment was at hand many times over this week as five of our aspiring rods graduated to the next level along our northern rivers. First up to bat was our father – son team from America as they scored big on the lower Litza each landing their first fish weighing in at 18 and 22 pounds. After tasting success, the next morning I decided to take the enthusiastic young Billy on a personal tour of the canyonous beats upstream. Quick learner! Armed with his new and improved 80 foot double spey cast and his own hand tied bottle tubes the rookie succeeded in tempting three nice fish to the beach before lunch including a powerful 22 pound hen and a cracking fresh grilse. Pleased with their progress I continued on downstream to meet up with more of my countrymen near the tent pool. I arrived to good news as Tom had been successful with his first three midsized salmon. It had been a great day. At precisely 7:00pm we all loaded up in the helicopter to pick up the rest of the team. When we dropped in on Billy’s beat we found him up to his chest waders bent into another serious fish on the other side of Spawning Pool. With the added pressure of...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2002

Posted on 28/09/2002

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2002

A Magnificent Season Draws to a Close This extraordinary season on the ‘Three Rivers’ draws to a close this week so that the excitement of our continued success is tinged with sadness. The trees are taking on a burnished gold as the tundra introduces swaths of purple and splashes of red. Mushrooms and blueberries abound. It is already dark at 9:00 PM. The ‘Northern Lights’ are starting to play their magic. The swans and geese are flying south and we must go with them for the same reason. But we will leave behind a large dedicated team of river watchers who will guard our precious salmon on the spawning beds day and night until the ice freezes over the fertilised eggs and we are assured of ever growing abundance and pleasure. Since closing the Kharlovka Lodge on 24th August we have been fishing all of the “Three Rivers” from Rynda Lodge with small parties of friends catching about 100 fish a week of which a fair proportion have been fresh run MSW “Osenka” salmon. The average weight of salmon over 10 lbs has been 15.2 lbs. We have taken another five great fish so that our total for the season is 49 over 30 lbs of which 5 have been over 40 lbs with the best at 46.5 lbs. There are three days to go! Amazing things have happened. Yesterday we realised four people had all caught their record salmon in the same day with fish up to 27 lbs. Hakaan Mathiesen took a 36 lbs sea liced “Osenka” salmon from Litza Upper Tent Pool having just played and lost another of similar size. Tom Christensen had a mature cock fish of the same size in the same pool. (Both these fish can be viewed above but don’t forget to double click to enlarge.) On Monday of this week Tom Sanderson hooked a monster on Rynda in Flekke Pool which he lost two and half hours later in Sunray having taken him through Prunella, Rupert and Rebecca. And finally a special moment in the life of Alec Sim who, at the age of 15 on his first night at Rynda, landed an 8 lbs sea run Arctic Char in Home Pool which by all accounts is a record in these parts. Orri Vigfusson of the NASF, who are sponsoring our radio telemetry project, has been a guest this week and he too has caught his best ever fish after a lifetime of fishing and studying environmental impact on salmon rivers. He confirms that to his knowledge we are the only fishery in the world that has the power and determination to protect the inland salmon environment as nature intended. Having studied our activities and records he told us “It is more than likely you will exceed a catch and release total of over 5000 fish in the coming years...

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Отчеты с реки Харловка 2001

Posted on 28/09/2001

Отчеты с реки Харловка 2001

Salmon Fishing on the Kharlovka and Eastern Litza by Per Stadigh June on the Kola’s North Coast rivers, like in Norway, is the month ruled by the big and sealiced fish. Nowhere is this truer than on the Kharlovka where fresh run salmon are caught in good numbers already from the ice out. Up north the transition from late winter into early summer is ever so rapid. Here “spring” can be a matter of hours. The bright midnight sun lit nights, full of innumerable swans, geese and waders that are flying the last leg to the nearby breeding grounds, make the setting magic. Everything alive is determined to take full advantage of the short window in winter that we call summer. By early June, a good head of large fish is certain to be found in the lower reaches and that is when our season opens. Kharlovka with its sister river Eastern Litza, are two of the world’s most prolific rivers for big Atlantic salmon. The combination of awesome big fish and the manageable size of the rivers is a great asset when compared to other Kola destination. On both rivers we can fish the entire length from the very surf up to the Fall’s pools. In a normal year few fish make it to the uppermost reaches prior to early midmonth. This means that much of the first fortnight is a matter of the lower river. Places like Sea Pool, Buchanan’s Run, Island Pool, Rock Pool and the mighty Barrel are reeking with large fish. Kharlovka also is blessed with what has been called “The finest Home Pool in the World”. Sitting on top massive rapids with even fiercer ones above, also the largest specimens will make a temporary halt here. It is all yours out of hours!! The Litza shares the same pattern. Sea Pool, Military and the fabulous Snowbank hold the lion’s share of the early run. Later on fish quickly spread past Tent up through Dream and Flat stone into the so well known Falls Pool. The rivers can be swollen and brutal in early June. But the huge fish are there and then in a way are easier to catch than later on when they are spreading out over the river. Now they are tucked into sheltered pools or hold just under the bank in the swifter ones. I rank this as the finest time of them all. The fish are big, aggressive and sealiced. The sensational feeling of hooking into a rock hard +25 pound salmon on a short line, seconds before he explodes out into the powerful flow to disappear in a 100 yard long screaming run is unsurpassed! This time predominantly is a matter of lines ranging from fast sink tips to heavy dredging 550 and 700 grain heads. The name of the game is to cut under the fast surface...

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