Tuesday, 28 October 2014

What else can you catch on the fly? Part 1 and Part 2



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Vasil Bykau

White spotted char!!!

I think we'll get back to   rainbow trout. And now I want to show you some other fish that live near the trout. I am most interested in the white spotted char, which takes a few other places on the river, and grows to a very decent size. Here you can see a few moments of catching this interesting fish.


More about fishing in Kamchatka, you can see here:

http://blog.chavanga.com/2014/10/wild-trophy-raibows-new-kamchatka.html
http://blog.chavanga.com/2014/10/wild-wild-rainbows.html
http://blog.chavanga.com/2014/10/what-else-can-you-catch-on-fly.html
http://blog.chavanga.com/2014/11/flies-for-rainbow-trout.html
http://blog.chavanga.com/2015/10/summing-up-season-by-2015-part-one.html

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Salvenius family!!

There  are many migratory char in the river. These fish appeared in the river at different times and have different coloring. Some of them are active predators. Other chars are preparing to spawn. Some occupy positions on the river bed and actively prey on juveniles. Others gather in groups and are held among spawning salmon.












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