Rynda week 29 ending 21st of July 2017

Posted on 08/09/2017

Rynda week 29 ending 21st of July 2017

Hello everyone! Sorry for delay posting the web report of your wonderful week. Looking back, now I can say it was the best week of the season 2017 at Rynda. It is easy to illustrate this by saying that we caught 24 salmon over 15 pounds and the line of the biggest fish is quite impressive: 27-pounder for Rashid 27-pounder for David 25-pounder for Graham 23-pounder for Simon H. 22-pounder for Jonathan 22-pounder for Simon T. 20-pounder for Nick 20- and two 19-pounders for...

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Rynda week 28 ending 14th of July 2017

Posted on 18/07/2017

Rynda week 28 ending 14th of July 2017

Perfect time! This is the headline for this week at the Rynda river. Rynda guests were successfully using the full spectrum of fishing tactics from sinking, intermediate and floating lines along with tubes, doubles, singles and hitched flies! Rynda was developing nicely, during the week the water level dropped up to 32 cm and water temp moved from 11C to 14C. Salmon run responded to the water dropping immediately. If in the beginning of the week most of the salmon were...

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Rynda week 27 ending 7th of July 2017

Posted on 13/07/2017

Rynda week 27 ending 7th of July 2017

Last week was a start of the summer here in tundra. Water level dropped 30 cm during the week. The week started with unbelievably low water temp of 4C and by the end of the week the water temp reached 10C! Along with the water level dropping this fact changed fishing in a big way. Our anglers started to put away their sinking lines and switched to intermediates and even floating lines. Last week at Rynda three different generations fished together – from veterans to...

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Rynda week 26 ending 30th of June 2017

Posted on 01/07/2017

Rynda week 26 ending 30th of June 2017

Notice from the authorities of a late decision to conduct naval exercises off the controlled zone within which we operate, necessitated some last minute changes to the teams of guests at ASR last week. Whilst our overseas friends for this specific week only therefore had to postpone their week’s fishing in 2017 until a little later in the season, our many friends who have less restricted access were able to join camp and enjoyed some improving fishing. Sometimes more is...

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Rynda week 25 ending 23th of June 2017

Posted on 29/06/2017

Rynda week 25 ending 23th of June 2017

We had a challenging week with big rising water and cold conditions. It was a bit like fishing in Gin&Tonic water under icy rain! The Rynda River reached its peak and then stayed at this huge level whole week. This along with cold (1.5C) water temps kept most of the salmon down at the lower Sea pool. Such extreme river condition required heavy sinking lines and even some big brass tubes – Snaeldas, Willy Guns, Temple Dogs were also affective patterns. The fishing...

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Rynda week 24 ending 16th of June 2017

Posted on 19/06/2017

Rynda week 24 ending 16th of June 2017

Late and cold spring finally exploded! As a result, during the week Rynda was rising in a big way adding 10-16 cm to the water measuring stick every day. And by the end of the week river almost reached the peak. High water reduced our fishing places. Most of them are too heavy now. Nevertheless, we have to pass this flood and gradually get back to normal. Fishing wise, in the given conditions our anglers did very well! Here are some highlights we would like to share with...

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Rynda week 23 ending 9th of June 2017

Posted on 11/06/2017

Rynda week 23 ending 9th of June 2017

This was the first week of the season 2017. The short description leading up to our opening week could be ‘Record amounts of snow along with a very-very late spring’. Snow levels along the northern coast topped an 80-year high last winter. This in addition to the late arrival of spring with the low air temperatures for most of May has produced low water conditions and huge snow banks to start the season. Nevertheless this certainly was not a barrier for the 6 crazy spring...

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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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