Videos by Kåre Lundquist

Gateway to Salmon Heaven!

In the six week period from mid August until first of October we caught 71 Salmon between 15 Lbs and 19 Lbs and 45 Salmons between 20 Lbs and 30 Lbs!

Hungry for Umba Whoppers?

Yet another short movie from Salmon Junkies which we hope you will enjoy! This is actually part 2 of Umba Summer Karma, the first summer movie we shot in May/June in Umba. This "movie" was shot while preparing for the 2011 season in Krivetz in between cleaning the tracks and just before the first guest arrived, lots of sweat and lots of fish. Our first two weeks in June 2011 produced a real good number of fish and a very high number of Umba Whoppers (large fish) so we are very excited about this coming season and for all of you going, you will have a blast!

Spey Warriors in Umba

Follow the Spey Warriors in Junky World 2011, in Umba there is always a chance of catching a salmon over 20lbs. every day – Every week – From May until October. In the six-week period from mid August until first of October 2011 we caught 71 Salmon between 15 Lbs and 19 Lbs and 45 Salmon between 20 Lbs and 30 Lbs – Every week during the entire season we were able to celebrate new members in our Twenty Pounds Club, and we even managed to recruit several “Double Members” and "Triple Members" to our exclusive club.

Umba Summer Karma

When we arrived at the Umba River at the end of May it felt more like the end of July. Thanks God Umba's backcountry is vast, so we survived with pride and good fishing. Our first two weeks in June produced a good number of fish and a very high number of Umba Whoppers (large fish). Very encouraging indeed. This "movie" was shot while preparing for the 2011 season in Krivetz in between cleaning the tracks and just before the first guest arrived. A 2.5 day of hard work and fun in between.

October Chrome in Umba

What a day, 4.5 hours fishing 7 Umba Whoppers.

Umba Chrome

Nice footage from the Russian river Umba. Lots of action and lots of fish caught.

Ponoi River salmon

Very nice little video from the Russian Ponoi River on the Kola Peninsula. It might be a promotion, but it's sure looks great.