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For Beginners, For Amateurs, For Anglers, For Family, For Children

95 USD
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One day tour
For Beginners, For Amateurs, For Anglers, For Family, For Children

Fishing in Vasilievsky Islands

Fishing with spinning predatory fish. Basically, the jig on the Volga and Prorva, as well as any kinds of spinning in the massif of the Vasilievsky Islands (micro-jig, twitching, flashing, etc.)

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Targeted species
Caspian asp (Zherekh)
Chub
Perch (European)
Pike
Volga zander
Wels catfish
Zander (Pike Perch)
Fishing techniques
Heavy Tackle
Light Tackle
Popping
Spinning
Trolling
Types of fishing
Flats Fishing
River Fishing
Small River Fishing
Boat Specification

Вельбот42

Boat horsepower capacity:30 hp
Person capacity:3 persons
Length:4.3 meters
Navigation
Fishfinder
GPS
Safety
Life Jackets
Policies
Clients Keep Catch
Free cancellation before 7 days
Advantages
Captain speaks English
Catch guaranteed
Guide verified
Equipment & Tackle included
Well-equipped boat
Secure booking
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95 USD
price per trip

only 14.25 USD deposit needed to book
Tour rating0 reviews
People:up to 2
Start:07:00
Finish:19:00
Pickup place:Russia, Samara region

53°7'25.292"N, 49°20'9.437"E

Samara region, Bezenchuk district, with. Vladimirovka

I've been fishing on the Volga for more than 25 years. The last 15 years in the water area of ​​the Vasilievsky Islands and the adjacent water area. The entire "summer" season, from ice melting to freeze-up, approximately from March to December, I catch spinning fish, mostly pike-perch, pike, asp, perch, less often catfish, chub. I give preference to jig fishing. In the winter I catch "bel" on mormyshku, perch on the balancer, pike perch on foil, I put the jiggers on the pike. On fishing almost every day, so I always have the latest information.

I've been fishing on the Volga for more than 25 years. The last 15 years in the water area of ​​the Vasilievsky Islands and the adjacent water area. The entire "summer" season, from ice melting to freeze-up, approximately from March to December, I catch spinning fish, mostly pike-perch, pike, asp, perch, less often catfish, chub. I give preference to jig fishing. In the winter I catch "bel" on mormyshku, perch on the balancer, pike perch on foil, I put the jiggers on the pike. On fishing almost every day, so I always have the latest information.