Cancellation special just announced for a “prime” week on the world renowned Two Yurt River with The Best of Kamchatka. Due to cancellations, the week of July 26 – August 2, 2012 has just been reopened! Usually 6 anglers are required to attend for the trip to launch, but The Best of Kamchatka will now run the week if they get 4 anglers on board! Two Yurt is perhaps the most remote, exclusive and protected river in Kamchatka (if not the world), that is absolutely loaded with huge, aggressive rainbows that love to eat skated mice and dry flies! This river has not been fished in over 3 years! For more information, contact Yellow Dog today for special rates and to grab this spot for a once in a lifetime trip. See what Best Of Kamchatka Owner Will Blair has to say about this week below.
“July 26th – August 2 is arguably the single best week of the season on the Two Yurt River. Every King Salmon that will enter the river is set up in the holes right below their spawning areas. With their travels through the Kamchatka, Yelovka and lower Two Yurt Rivers, they have dragged literally thousands of huge rainbows with them to these staging areas. The key is that the Kings have not yet started to dig their redds so every trout is looking for food. What that means is mousing and big dries make for explosions on the surface from these aggressive bows.
Two Yurt is also perhaps the most remote, exclusive and protected river on Kamchatka, if not the world. My partners close ties to the Generals out of the military town Kluchi flying up the river each week of the year to visit the hot springs at the lake base lodge makes this exclusivity a reality. We have our own river patrol equipped with attack helicopters. That coupled with our 50 year exclusive use agreement with the Russian Federal Government means that no one has fished the river in 3 years. It is hard to imagine but many of the 20 inch average trout were only 10 inches last time someone threw a fly in their direction. I remember doing the initial descent down the river in July of 2001 and I had an exhausted arm from landing big rainbows by 10 am every day.
A small group of six anglers per week will travel between stationary cabins located perfectly along the river. With hot showers, large dining facilities, electricity and heat, nothing is forgotten except the hustle and bustle of the outside world. The Two Yurt River is set in perhaps the most beautiful valley on the Peninsula. Flowing east, the Two Yurt River drains the lake by the same name. Similar in size to Brooks Lake in Alaska, one clear distinction exists – no other people can be seen. With a huge run of Sockeye and King Salmon, Rainbows gorge on eggs and flesh growing to large proportions. Two Yurt combines many streams and offers every imaginable type of water, from freestone pocket water to long spring creek glides. If you ever wanted to fish the best of Kamchatka this week on this river is hands down as good as it gets.”
For more information on Kamchatka and the Two Yurt River, you can visit our all new website at www.yellowdogflyfishing.com, or give us a call anytime at 888-777-5060.