If you dream about a wonderful fishing trip into the Ural taiga, up the tributaries of the great Ob River and do not be afraid to leave everything for a few days sleeping in real hunting lodges, if you think about seeing Russia that you will not find in guidebooks, this is an expedition for you.
The rivers of Nether-Polar Urals (the eastern side of the Ural Mountains) have long been popular among fishing enthusiasts. All local fishermen know these names: Mokraya Synya, Kolokolnya, Hoolga, Big Tykotlova, Grubeyu, Naroda, and others. Fishing on these rivers is unique because you can catch both Siberian and European graylings.
Apart from that, these rivers are home for fishes like chars, Atlantic salmon (fishing forbidden), taimen (fishing forbidden), perch and trophy pike. These rivers are located not far from each other, approximately in the same region. We offer fishing tours on all of these rivers.
The fishing process is always the same: you are transported to the area via a helicopter or off-road vehicle, and you return also by helicopter or off-road vehicle. The fishing can be organized as a stationary camp (with going up or down the stream every day), or as a small rafting tour (if the water level is appropriate).
When on the rivers of Nether-Polar Urals, it's possible to catch a 2.5 kg (5.5 lb.) grayling, a 10 kg (22 lb.) lenok, a 15 kg. (33 lb.) taimen – and even more. When on Lake Bolbanty, you can catch a trophy pike weighing up to 25 kg (55 lb.).
Price-wise, it's better to organize the helicopter transport from Inty (for which the distance to the rivers is the shortest). But if you like, we can organize the transport from Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug or from Sverdlovsk Oblast.