Ponoi river (Ryagaba camp) on the Kola peninsula

Jan 22, 2014 | River Reports, Where To Fish

Neil LobbanNeil Lobban AAPGAI Tyne based casting instructor and salmon fishing guide is hosting a party of anglers to fish the prolific Ponoi river (Ryagaba camp) on the Kola peninsula in the last week of July 2014.

Main features :-

-a rod average of 22 salmon per rod for that week,

-6 days fully guided fishing and access to Home pool outside normal fishing hours (almost 24hr fishing available at that time of year),

-fishing is accessible to all ages and abilities – bank/wading or boat fishing to suit your mood or experience ,

-a superb standard of facilities and home comforts in a magnificent wilderness setting,

-hugely experienced camp guides and additional pre-trip and on-trip (early morning and evening) support and tuition available from AAPGAI qualified instructor,

-approximate cost including fishing, guiding, flights, food and accommodation £3,500.00.

contact neil@tyneflyfishing.co.uk for further details.

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