From the ever-creative mind of Rolf Nylinder, comes this wild journey through the insane fishery of Kamchatka, Russia. The region of Kamchatka was closed for many decades during the Soviet era and was just recently opened up to fishing, meaning this area is loaded with wild salmon and even more sought after, the giant meat-eating rainbow trout! The film is spectacularly shot. and was featured in the 2017 Fly Fishing Film Tour! Check it out and be sure to follow Nylinder’s Youtube Channel for more incredible fishing videos!
Dan Zazworsky’s passion is sharing his love of fly fishing with anyone that will listen, read or watch. You can find him exploring new waters every day while chasing any fish that will eat a fly!
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