The Bolshaya river (275 km long) is formed by the merger of two major tributaries: the Bystraya (right) and the Plotnikova (left).
The river has 227 tributaries of at least 10 km long. The Bolshaya is the largest river of the west coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula and is an excellent fishing spot swarming with chinook salmon — the biggest of the Pacific salmons. Other representatives of the salmonids come to spawn in this river, including sockeye salmon, pink salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, and whitespotted char. The permanent dwellers of the Bolshaya include char, grayling, and rainbow trout.
Amto fishing camp is located in the middle part of the Bolshaya River. It features a three-storey hotel, a banya, a marina, and a dock. On the first floor of the hotel, the guests can enjoy a large and comfortable lounge with a plasma TV, a dining room, a bar, a cosy kitchen, billiards, and a toilet. The first floor also offers three double rooms for our guests. The second floor has four large double rooms that can accommodate two extra beds. All rooms are fitted with a shower, a toilet, and a TV. There is a good cell phone coverage and wireless internet.
Tour price: 17,000 rubles per day.
The price includes:
- Accommodation at Amto fishing camp
- hree meals a day;
- Staff care;
The price does not include:
- Fishing gear;
- Alcoholic drinks;
- Processing and packaging of fish.
- Cost: 17,000 rubles per day
- Duration: 3-10 days
- Tour dates: May-October
- Number of tourists: Up to 22 people
- Chinook salmon (May to July);
- Sockeye salmon, pink salmon, chum salmon (July to August);
- Coho salmon (August to October);
- Rainbow trout, grayling, char (May to October).
Max. number of people: 22
Tour duration: min. 3-4 days. Recommended duration: 7 to 10 days.
Training level: amateur and advanced anglers. Beginners can rent fishing gear.
Number of fishing trips: as desired.