Film: Fly Fishing Exploration in Siberia in “Yakutia”

Trailer: Fly Fishing Exploration in Siberia in “Yakutia” from The Venturing Angler on Vimeo.

Fly fishing exploration in Siberia in “Yakutia.” This film was featured on the 2017 Fly Fishing Film Tour and is now available to watch online.

From Capt Jack Productions:

“Capt Jack Productions present Yakutia… In 2005 Ilya Sherbovich, owner of Ponoi River Russia, began exploring the rivers of remote Siberia. His expeditions were no small task and not for the faint of heart. The first trip took him to two rivers, the Besuki and Olanjok, in Yakutia province. It was a successful mission but Ilya and his mates knew they had just scratched the surface. 11 years later Ilya amassed a crew of a dozen anglers and explorers with the goal of surveying further into the Yakutia province than ever before.
Yakutia is the story of this intrepid group and their adventure across 10 far-flung Siberian rivers. Within these distant watersheds they find taimen, lennok, grayling and monster pike while engaging in an ultimate pursuit for Russian Nelma… a giant predatory fish which has never been caught on a fly.”

To check out the full film, please click here.

 

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