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This blog is dedicated to flyfishing which is the most interesting fishing method.
I am living in the Russian Far East, love fishing and travel, flyfish since 1986.

Tugur, September 2019

Alt—Tugur-Amgun Amgun River is flooding

Alt—flyfishing-Polina Osipenko Polina Osipenko at the Amgun River

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen The first nice fish in on the line!

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Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen In the morning frost we are moving down river

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen The movie is shot!

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Amur pike Amur (blackspotted) pike landed with a poper

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-sharpnose lenok An attempt to fish with a nymph (sharp-nose lenok)

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Lower Amur grayling Lower Amur grayling

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen Fishing in the deep pool from the anchored boat

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-bluntnose lenok Blunt-nose lenok is often trying to eat a huge taimen fly; sometimes he succeeds

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen The Fish was netted after 40 minutes fight

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Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen 145 cm (58”), 33 kg (72 p) - my personal record!

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen One more time the success was brought by a standard grayling imitation

Alt—Tugur-Konin-nuthatch Nuthatch

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen Here the Tugur River is beginning

Alt—Tugur-Konin-flyfishing-Siberian taimen It’s a pity to fly away when the water has just dropped to a normal level

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