3-day tour
For Beginners, For Amateurs, For Anglers, For Family

6 357 USD
price per trip

only 953.55 USD deposit needed to book
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3-day tour
For Beginners, For Amateurs, For Anglers, For Family

Tydon the Grayling

tour "Taidon Hariuzovy" is a holiday and fishing in the Siberian taiga on the river Taidon, (mountain river, right tributary of the Tom River, Krapivinsky district, Kemerovo region). The water in the river is suitable for drinking. Within the framework of the tour sport fishing on grayling (fish of the salmon family) is provided. Training is provided for catching grayling. Within the framework of these tours, fishermen with a guide pass a mountain river section, from the mouth to the buffer zone of the Kuznetsk Alatau Reserve, on a high-speed water boat. Also, a VIP tour is offered to the buffer zone of the reserve, when making appropriate permits. Passage of these sites is extreme, causing a storm of emotions and an excess of adrenaline. All this is accompanied by stunning views of wild taiga, clean air and crystal river water.

Day 1

fishing

Day 2

 fishing

Day 3

fishing

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Targeted species
Grayling
Pike
Fishing techniques
Float fishing
Fly Fishing
Light Tackle
Popping
Spinning
Types of fishing
Backcountry Fishing
Shore fishing
Boat Specification

Бриз 520

Boat horsepower capacity:140 hp
Person capacity:5 persons
Length:580 meters
Facilities
Ice-Box
Policies
Clients Keep Catch
Free cancellation before 1 days
Strictly Catch and Release
Advantages
Captain speaks English
Catch guaranteed
Beginner friendly
Family friendly
Guide verified
Equipment & Tackle included
Well-equipped boat
Secure booking
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6 357 USD
price per trip

only 953.55 USD deposit needed to book
Tour rating0 reviews
People:up to 4
Start:10:00
Finish:18:00
Pickup place:Russia, Kemerovo region

54°51'52.616"N, 87°39'52.711"E

village Krapivinsky, (Pyatakovich str., beach). village Zelenogorsky (the area of ​​the mouth of the Little Osipova River, the left bank of the Tom River) Saltymakovo village (ferry crossing on the left bank of the Tom River)