Kharlovka week 29 ending 20th of july 2018

Posted on 02/08/2018

Kharlovka week 29 ending 20th of july 2018

The heat wave that has been affecting UK – Scandinavia and much of Europe (and other places) has finally reached the Arctic circle on the far northern coast of the Kola Peninsula. While guests arrived last week to mild temps that started off pleasant in the low teens, bright sunny conditions and warm southern breezes proceeded to push up the mercury well into the 30′s for the remainder of the week. The rivers followed suit dropping 9cm and warming into the low...

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Kharlovka week 29 ending 21st of July 2017

Posted on 25/07/2017

Kharlovka week 29 ending 21st of July 2017

Here we go again! Following last weeks record of 331 salmon – 13 happy new guests just released another all time record total of 345 salmon on the mighty Kharlovka that included 26 great fish over 20 pounds – and 1 over 30.. – plus another 30 pounder for Volodya – the Home Pool Specialist.. Despite all the bright sun with warm air temperatures to 25+C – and with water temps. soaring up to 17.7C – the rivers were still at prime levels...

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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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Kharlovka week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

Posted on 20/07/2016

Kharlovka week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

Number of Rods: 12.5 (Alex had to leave half way through the week) Nationalities: Russian, British, Austrian, Swedish. Number of fish: 138 Personal Bests: 2 Largest fish of the week: 2 fish (30 pounds each). How many things in this world may unite people together and make them friends? Here on camp we know at least one and that is SALMON FISHING. Last week the fishing united the British, Austrians, Russians and one Swedish guy. It was not an easy fishing week with more warm...

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