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    Posted: 28 January 2013 at 9:14am
October 9 with friends fishing in Siberia (Republic of Tuva).  I suggest to admire the beauty of the river Biy-Khem with me. 


Each week we will show you more about the beautiful nature of Siberia and fishing in its rivers.
Let's be friends!
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all  looks a  bit  to  gay  for  me  lol
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Very good. But you need some help with your fire making skills ( video 2 ).
Luckily, Ray ( username Ray ) on here is an expert. You may have heard of Ray before? Has done numerous tv shows here in UK. Ray Mears is his full name. Drop him a pm for help.
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is that skillpots boat true blue in those vids???

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Clicked on the first one and all I got was this poxy advert for credit cards, sod that.
No good putting posts on here like that mate.
god put me on this earth to acheve a certain amount of things in a given time right now i am so far behind i will never die
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Originally posted by Raymond Raymond wrote:

is that skillpots boat true blue in those vids???


Yes, they invited him up there after seeing him on the front of Boatski Fiskitz Monthly
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I apologize for the google translation.
This is our first experience of shooting in the forest. We understood what devices we need for a beautiful picture, and soon we will delight you with a beautiful movie!Smile
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Originally posted by VladimirR VladimirR wrote:

I apologize for the google translation.
This is our first experience of shooting in the forest. We understood what devices we need for a beautiful picture, and soon we will delight you with a beautiful movie!Smile

Dont worry about the translation Vladimir there are people on here born in the UK with worse English

Nice videos mate but we are a sea fishing forum, get yourself onto a nice bit of ocean and show us what you can catch there. Cant fault the scenery though, really lovely.
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Originally posted by Raymond Raymond wrote:

is that skillpots boat true blue in those vids???



I wish it was that fast lol
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Yenisei is the largest river system flowing to the Arctic Ocean. It is the central of the three great Siberian rivers that flow into the Arctic Ocean. Rising in Mongolia, it follows a northerly course to the Yenisei Gulf in the Kara Sea, draining a large part of central Siberia, the longest stream following the Yenisei-Angara-Selenga-Ider river system. The maximum depth of the Yenisei River is 80 feet (24 m) and the average depth is 45 feet (14 m). The depth of river outflow is 106 feet (32 m) and inflow is 101 feet (31 m).
The ocean is really big and beautiful! Keith can be caught. Bii-Khem river Yenisei forms on which I live.
In the lower reaches of the Yenisei River is found Beluga. It is sometimes twelve feet long. Video fishing taimen on fly fishing show soon. It will be something to see. I promise! 
Vladimir. Real Russian man.
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