Russia is proving to be one of the ultimate destinations for salmonids in the world, and a new video from the Fly Fishing Nation reveals why.
From the Fly Fishing Nation:
“Fly fishing on the Yokanga River in Russia for some of the world’s largest Atlantic Salmon. The river is situated on the north-eastern coast of the Kola Peninsula. Due to its remoteness, the Kola Peninsula is one of the last places on the globe to find healthy populations of wild Atlantic Salmon. Venture out and you will find true wilderness.”
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