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    Kharlovka week 23 ending Friday 9 June 2017

    Following a frigid opening week of the season, and with cold late spring conditions predicted to continue through into the second week, we decided early on to limit the number of guests down to our three amigos Chuck – Ulrich and Thomas to allow more of the snow to melt and the rivers to fully...
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    Rynda week 23 ending 9th of June 2017

    This was the first week of the season 2017. The short description leading up to our opening week could be ‘Record amounts of snow along with a very-very late spring’. Snow levels along the northern coast topped an 80-year high last winter. This in addition to the late arrival of spring with...
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    Kharlovka week 22 starting 27th of May 2017

    Following a record 80 year high winter with loads of snow and ice, spring did make a brief appearance back in middle May with air temps up to a promising 10C. Unfortunately this warm window only lasted a couple of days. While the rivers were slowly beginning to open up, the north coast has...
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    Kharlovka week 36 2016

    Fantastic Week! Number of Rods: 13 Nationalities: English, Russian, Spanish, Finnish Number of salmon: 131 Fresh Osenkas: 17, 17, and 18 pounds Personal Bests: 5 (Sergey, Alexander, Robin, Olli, Mikhail, Alexey) Largest salmon: 11 over 20 pounds including a 117cm – 36 pounders and 112cm – 30...
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    Kharlovka week 35 2016

    Three Rivers – WhereWiseMenFish Hosted Week The Kharlovka, Litza & Rynda – “Prepare for the Unexpected” By Justin Maxwell Stuart ‘The Mighty Kharlovka’ – Kharlovka Falls on Day 1 At 42 cm on the gauge the river was at a height never before seen for this time of the season The Three Rivers...
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    Kharlovka week 31 ending 29th of July 2016

    Number of Rods: 14 Nationalities: Russian, English, Scots, Finnish Number of fish: 119 Personal Bests: 3 Largest fish of the week: 35 pounds (by Maxim Illarionov) Average air temperature: 14 C Average water temperature: 13 C One of the most important things for us, here in ASR, is to provide an...
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    Kharlovka week 31 ending 29th of July 2016

    Number of Rods: 14 (plus French host) Nationalities: French, Swiss, Russian, British Number of fish: 111 Personal Bests: 3 Largest fish of the week: 23 pounds Every season about his time we traditionally welcome our French group back into camp. This time around they joined together with one...
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    Kharlovka week 30 ending 22nd of July 2016

    Last weeks group consisted of 12 Russian friends who all joined together with with brave Brit to make the week international and unforgettable. It should also be noted that 4 of our Russian friends were complete beginners, while another 4 were on their second trip ever. Nevertheless, despite the...
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    Rynda week 30 ending 22th of July 2016

    This week a multinational team from UK, France, Slovenia and Iceland fished here at Rynda. Fishing conditions were not easy, the most influencing factor now is very low water. However, our anglers still managed to land 105 fish, and many others were lost! Because we didn’t have any rain...
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    Kharlovka week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

    Number of Rods: 12.5 (Alex had to leave half way through the week) Nationalities: Russian, British, Austrian, Swedish. Number of fish: 138 Personal Bests: 2 Largest fish of the week: 2 fish (30 pounds each). How many things in this world may unite people together and make them friends? Here on...
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    Rynda week 29 ending 15th of July 2016

    Last week the great team of our old and new friends was fishing here at Rynda. This team managed to land 131 fish for the week and God knows how many salmon were lost. Orange Bomber, White Bomber, Sunray hitch, and even Chernobyl Ant and Bomber Bee. Those flies you will find quite often in...
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    Rynda week 28 ending 8th of July 2016

    +34C in the shadow – it’s the least expected when you are in the tundra but it’s exactly what happened here last week! As the result of the hottest and brightest weather, the water temp reached 19C. Speaking of the hard fishing conditions, it’s worth to mention the great spirit of our anglers...
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    Kharlovka week 28 ending 8th of July 2016

    Number of Rods: 14 Nationalities: Russian, British, Irish, Swiss, German Record high water temp: 24C Record high air temp: 34C Number of fish: 93 Personal Bests: 2 Largest fish of the week: 29 pounder Arriving into camp with bright sunny skies and record high temps of 30+C and 20+C in the...
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    Kharlovka week 27 ending 1st of July 2016

    Last week High summer arrived to the far north coast bringing with it bright blue skies and temps to 30+C in the shade. It all began on the previous Saturday afternoon when Vladimir and his son Vladimir, along with eight more of their good Russian friends, together with Richard from Ireland and...
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    Rynda week 27 ending 1st of June 2016

    As fisherman and nature lovers we are always up to the elements, elements such as rain wind snow and sun. Not only does we get affected by it but so does the fish, the river and the countryside. With summer now in full swing in the far north coast we are faced with bright blue skies. Air...
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    Rynda week 26 ending 24th of June 2016

    Joining us this week were a wonderful mix of rods from all over the world.  It was great to have a full camp this week. Daniel and Amelia made the journey to Murmansk via Train because in their opinion, the flight is just too short and one doesn’t take in the scenery. With an outlook like...
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    Kharlovka week 26 ending 24th of June 2016

    It was another fantastic week here in paradise! Last week we had it all from bright sun and warm temps of 20+C on the first weekend to cool gusts from the north dropping the temps back down into the single digits with fog and rain – then back to perfect partly cloudy skies to finish things...
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    Kharlovka week 25 ending 17th of June 2016

    It seemed pretty obvious from the moment Jamie paraded off the helicopter in his kilt followed by the rest of team Scotland along with our friends from New Zealand, America, Japan, Austria and England – that we would be in for another actioned packed week with all the silver bells and whistles...
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    Kharlovka week 25 ending 17th of June 2016

    With the droning sound of the MI 8 approaching over the tundra we say goodbye to yet another group at Rynda. It’s always great to have return guest as they have already identified this as a special camp and a deeper sense of appreciation is evident. What better way to say goodbye to the tundra...
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