Kamchatka

 

 

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Kamchatka stirs the imagination with thoughts giant Rainbow Trout, huge bears, active volcanos, spewing geysers, and flying in helicopters.  Ouzel Expeditions introduced using helicopters to fish Kamchatka’s wonderful rivers 27 years ago. Imagine eating great Russian meals cooked by Ouzel’s excellent Russian staff. Sitting around the campfires in the evenings with the stars blazing, cold foggy mornings drinking hot coffee around the fire and of course catching some of the biggest rainbow trout in the world! The whole Kamchatka experience is out out of site!

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The Kamchatka Peninsula is about the size of California. It’s a fairly road less area. One road goes from Petropavlovsk in the south, north to the Kamchatka River. Anther road goes south from Petro, as we call it. So we use helicopters to access Kamchatka’s vast wilderness.

The Rainbow Trout were first identified in Kamchatka. Oncorhynchus Mykiss is their last name in English. This happened long before the United States was established. Kamchatka has cold winters and hot summers. Today it’s world renowned for it’s Rainbow Trout fishing.

Ouzel – Kamchatka trip schedule runs Monday starting Monday:

July 16-23, July 23-30, July 30 -August 6, Aug 6-13, Aug 13 -20, Aug 20-27 and Aug 27– Sept. 3.

Schedule: Arrive in Anchorage and spend the night.
Monday at 7:30 am depart Anchorage on Yakutia Airlines. Arrive in Petropavlovsk Tuesday four hours later at 8:00 am after crossing the dateline. Get your bags and clear customs. We helicopter to the river and get fishing right away.
Monday: The last day you can fish till the helicopter gets there. As the chopper sets down in our final camp, you will have experienced the trip of a lifetime in Kamchatka! Helicopter back to Petropavlovsk. Your flight home is at 9:30 pm and you arrive 4 hours later back in Anchorage at 5:50 am Monday the same day after crossing the International Date Line.
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