Washington Post Goes Fishing in Russia with Frontiers

Frontiers made the pages of the Washington Post’s travel section recently after a writer went on a fishing adventure above the Arctic Circle in Northwestern Russia. Chris Santella stayed at Ryabaga Camp on the Kola Peninsula’s Ponoi River, one of the best-known Atlantic salmon fisheries in the world. The camp has seen many improvements since its start in 1991, Santella notes – cabins with en suite bathrooms have replaced canvas tents, for example. Still, with the nearest road 300 kilometers away, most guests arrive by Mi-8 helicopter from Murmansk. Frontiers is Ryabaga Camp’s exclusive booking agent.

Read the Washington Post story.

Frontiers fishing Ryabaga Camp Russia

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