Atlantic Salmon Fishing ASR Kharlovka Russia – Rynda Litza Kola Peninsula Russia
The Kharlolovka, Rynda and the Eastern Litza are amongst the world’s premier Atlantic salmon Rivers and the world’s first conservation area for Atlantic Salmon, sea trout, wild brown trout and Arctic char. Their primary aim is to sustain and develop the fantastic salmon and trout fishing within this area, whilst preserving and protecting this pristine and uninhabited wilderness for the benefit of future generations. For the Atlantic salmon community it is the home of giants, and one of the few rivers on the planet where landing a 40 lbs + Atlantic salmon is a real possibility.
The Atlantic Salmon Reserve (ASR) is the world’s first conservation area for Atlantic Salmon, Sea Trout, Wild Brown Trout and Arctic Char. The primary aim is to sustain and develop the fantastic Salmon and Trout fishing within this area, whilst preserving and protecting this pristine and uninhabited wilderness for the benefit of future generations.
Russia’s magical Northern Rivers within the Atlantic Salmon Reserve include the Kharlovka, Eastern Litza, Rynda and Zolotaya. They are considered by many to be some of the very best Atlantic Salmon rivers in the world today. They are all intimate and very unique in their character and size ranging from the challenging spring waters of the mighty Kharlovka and Litza to the charming summer pockets and pools of the Rynda and Zolotaya. While the Rynda river tends to produce almost as many salmon as the Kharlovka and Litza rivers combined they all have one special quality in common – the Northern Rivers are known for their Big Salmon!
2019 Season Availability:
Kharlovka week 22 starting 25 May – 3 rods
Kharlovka week 23 starting 1 June – 2 rods
Kharlovka week 28 starting 6 July – 2 rods
Kharlovka week 30 starting 20 July – 2 rods
Please contact us for rates.
There is a return charter flight Helsinki/Murmansk, which costs approximately US$1,250 return.