Six species of salmon populate the span of the Russian Pacific coast, stretching for thousands of miles. Most of the areas remain practically inaccessible by ground. We offer Pacific salmon fishing in Kamchatka Peninsula, Sakhalin island and in Khabarovsk region and Primorsky Krai of mainland Russia, where among other species, one can catch a steelhead trout. Many locations can be accessed only by helicopter. Adventuresome fishermen may choose a guided rafting trip with overnight tent camping. In addition to salmon, there is also plenty of char and grayling in all locations.