Have you ever wondered what trout fly-fishing was like 300 years ago? Well now you can thanks to the wonderful Kola Peninsula. This place is truly special, hidden away from man for over 100 years during the Soviet era, this place was forbidden to enter even for the sami people. When the soviet era was over and the military decided to open up this place for public access, a few angling pioneers decided to try these waters out for the first time and what they found was rivers jammed packed with big brown trout. Since then the fishing pressure has been very low. The rivers have been well-managed and protected to ensure that this place continue to feel untouched by man.
Please watch this video to learn more about trout fishing in Kola.
My trip will consist of 6 anglers that s including me the group leader. We will have a chef that will prepare our meals on this trip.
Date: Week 32, 20/8-27/8 2016.
Anglers: 5 paying guests and me as the group leader.
Food: Chef on location.
Price: Contact me for more details
Photo Album: “Credit to Kristian Topp for being a excellent photografer”
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Fantastic Mr Trout reserves the right to cut short, cancel or postpone any trip if he considers conditions to be unsafe.
Whilst we are guides, we are not gods and thus cannot control the weather. It is very rare for us to cancel a day due to inclement weather, and we pride ourselves on our knowledge of our waters, and a variety of cutting edge techniques to give you the best opportunities on the day.
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