Agnevo River, Part 2
Huge freshwater sculpin
Siberian loach Barbatula toni
One of the few tiny sea-run taimen which we were able to catch. In July the big ones are feeding in the sea.
Pacific redfin is an anadromous carp
Out camp in the lower part of the river, near the estuary
Nice piece of jasper found in the water
Rainbow smelt in the spawning colors – male (top) and female
Three-spine stickleback can live in both fresh and salt water
The estuary of the Agnevo River
The river mouth and the sea
Gill nets hidden by the poachers which visit this place during the main salmon runs
This table is used by the poachers for the preparation of the salmon caviar
Abandoned village at the river mouth
Dmitry and Alexey (lunch at the river)
Have you forgotten how they look in reality?
Today the sea is too stormy for the little kayaks. We have to pack everything and carry in the backpacks along the sea coast.
We are packed. Let’s move!