The Kola Peninsula is the world’s last great stronghold of wild Atlantic salmon, and the rivers of the Kola Reserve are the freshest addition to the big names of the north coast, which maintains a deserved reputation of being home to some of the largest Atlantics in the world. The Kola Reserve is comprised of 2 rivers in this wild landscape, the Lumbovka and the Kachkovka, each unique and offering diverse angling opportunities throughout the week.
The Kola Reserve is extremely remote, making the luxurious lodge you will find in this wilderness setting even more amazing. The lodge itself was originally designed in Finland and all of the materials collected there and then imported to Russia. The Lodge was then masterfully constructed on the banks of the Lumbovka. The lodge is within a goo View more...
Atlantic salmon, Sea-Trout