Russia salmon fishing on a budget!
A new camp for salmon fishing has opened up Kola Peninsula salmon fishing to the normal budget. And it’s just 3-4 hours by car from Murmansk too!
The camp is situated on the Belousikha River and takes parties of up to 10 persons. The Belousikha river is a medium-small tributary of the mighty Voron’ya river and being lake fed runs crystal clear. The camp fishes 12km of varied streamy water offering varied and challenging fishing for salmon, sea trout, brown trout and grayling. There are lakes galore too with good fishing. The average size of salmon is around 6-7lb and are said to be plentiful but we wait to hear from our pioneering fishermen!
The camp is simple but practical, new and smart with 5 wooden chalets with stoves and electric heating each for 2 people sharing. On the site there is a group dining room, shower, toilets, sauna, Russian baths, hot water 24/7 and a big summerhouse. Experienced fishing guides look after you all week and you are catered for each meal with lunch on the river. We haven’t been there – but it does sound great – and all at an affordable price too. As for all of the Kola, take your mosquito net!
Price for 7 days Saturday to Saturday (including travel from Murmansk, guiding, fishing, food and accommodation) from only 1,800 Euro! (tips & drinks extra)
To see price and to book click any available Saturday below: (rod availability shown in calendar)