2017 Kamchatka Season Update//Travel News

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After another successful season in Kamchatka this past summer, we are of course already looking down the road to July when the 2017 season gets cranking. Once again, Yakutia Airlines will be offering once-a-week round trip air service for North Americans between Anchorage (ANC) and Petropavlovsk (PKC) during our season from July 18 – September 4, 2017.

While most of the 2017 season is already spoken for, we still have some sexy dates available for:

  • Zhupanova Float Trip
  • Zendzur Lodge on the Lower Zhupanova
  • Sedanka Spring Creek
  • Savan River Float
  • Lower Savan Basecamp


There’s no “best time” to visit Kamchatka, and it’s not too late to jump on what we believe to be perhaps the greatest trout fishing and wilderness adventure remaining in the Northern Hemisphere.

Also note it’s not too early to get in front of planning your Kamchatka trip for 2018! We’re already taking refundable $1000 deposits to hold space for the 2018 summer. With our fifth season of offering reliable jet service from Anchorage upon us, the good old days of Kamchatka popularity have returned for sure.

Check out our destination page and watch our Kamchatka video to learn more. Or just give us a ring in the travel department to put your name on the calendar. You won’t regret it!


About the Author:

David Leake has nearly fifteen years of experience in the fly fishing travel and retail industry. In addition to being the owner of the company, David manages the travel department at Tailwaters. David has traveled throughout the world developing our travel offerings. These destinations include, but are not limited to, Alaska, Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Seychelles, Venezuela, and of course all through the United States. David is the copywriter for all of Tailwaters brochures and pre-trip information and editorial content for the company. David is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, and has three children, Lynsie, Patrick, and Sam, with his wife, Melissa.