Grayling (Thymallus arcticus)

Сhum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta)

Grayling is a genus of freshwater fish in the salmon family Salmonidae. Graylings are distinguished from other members of the salmon family by their largest dorsal fin which runs from the head to the tail fin. Grayling: length: 50-70 cm, weigh: 1,5 – 3,5kg.

The main course of chum comes in July, early August. Large, average weight of 3.5-5 kg., Massive salmon, well caught sports gear, being caught, resists desperately.

Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)

Pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

The most popular salmon among fishermen of Kamchatka. Large, average weight 2-3 kg, sometimes up to 7 kg., Massive, very sporty look. Longer than others, it remains silver in the river, rises to spawning grounds in the very upper reaches of the rivers. The best time to catch is August and the first half of September.

The most massive type of salmon. Salmon is not large, on average, 1.5 kg., Rarely up to 5 kg. In the harvest years, going into rivers, it occupies almost all places suitable for parking and spawning in the river. The main course is in July, but it is in the river until mid-August.

White-spotted char (salvelinus leucomaenis)

Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

A kind of char, endemic to the Far East. Some individuals can live in rivers and lakes, year-round. The other part, on the contrary, lives in estuaries of rivers. The usual weight of fish is up to 3 kg, the maximum known is 11 kg. Pronounced predator, well caught on both spinning and fly fishing. Keeps in the pits, in the reaches, under the shallows, in the snags, behind the stones. Being caught, resists desperately. Caught all year round.

It has two forms. Settled (constantly living in the river) - Mikizha proper, and the checkpoint (feeding in the sea, spawning in the rivers) - Kamchatka salmon, Red Book species. The most popular type of foreign fishermen coming to Kamchatka. Caught almost year-round. In summer it is distributed throughout the river, in winter it concentrates in pits.