7 Days $6,850
If you want to fish a legendary river in Kamchatka the Zhupanova is it. We have been putting fisherman on trophy Rainbows on the Zhupanava since 1992. It’s on most fly fishermen’s, “must fish list,” and for good reason.
If you have done your research on Kamchatka you have heard about the Zhupanova. It is truly one the best fly fishing rivers and it’s totally unique in all the world. There is no place else like the Zhupanova! We have caught rainbows up to 34 inches on this river.
At Ouzel we operate differently. We are not in a race down stream. We can go an any pace we like. If the fishing is real good we can linger. Sometimes we only float 13 miles in a week. There are lots of camps on the Zhupanova. If we need to we can cover some miles down river to find the fish. We can float 100 miles in a week if we want. Our trips offer more time to stop and wade. Although the Zhupanova is a large river it offers excellent wading in many places. With our no constraints ability we can really fish out the best parts of the river.
“Thanks for putting together such a great trip Paul. In reflection,
I can honestly say that that trip was the greatest adventure I’ve ever
been a part of. Thank You!” Jim Gillhespy
Here is a pictures of Jim with another nice Rainbow! His group went for two full weeks on the Zhupanova. We floated the top two thirds of the river. There is still another week float below where we got out.
Here’s a video of our trips in Kamchatka with a lot of footage from the Zhupanova River.
We can fly into any part of the Zhupanova. We can deliver you the best fishing locations at the best times. The Zhupanova is long and we have fished all of it.
Ouzel leaves no trace behind, and promises each fishing trip is a uniquely different experience than the last.
We take pride on our low impact, high adventure, float trips, and you will love them to.
There are 6 species of Pacific Salmon in Russia. Arctic Char are present all summer. Kundzha (east Siberian Char) are great fighters and we’ve caught them here to over 50 pounds! Salmon arrival times vary from stream to stream but generally arrive the same time in Kamchatka as Alaska. Silvers arrive mid August and run through October. Chum Salmon run all season long. Sockeyes arrive in July and August. Pinks run early August through September, but only strong every other year.