Utgard is a private outfitting company from Kamchatka, Russia. We legally have been arranging sport hunting and fishing on the Kamchatka peninsula from 1994. Knowledgeable and hardworking staff of our team help to make Utgard's the leader in Kamchatka’s tourist market. Utgard has got 5 areas for 49-year leasing (312500 hectares) in the central part of the Kamchatka. Our pristine areas in taiga, tundra and mountains are protected by our guides all year round. In some of our camps there are hot mineral springs where the clients can relax and soak, thermal water from these springs is proven to be good for health.
Fishing in Kamchatka
Two Yurt Lake, River and Lodge
12,6 sq. km (15 thousand sq. yards) 2-Yurt Lake , 171-m (561 feet) sea level, maximum depth 25,6 m, was formed as a result of glacier recession.
The lake is surrounded by the mountains, which make a picturesque panorama of virgin nature. The lake is an ideal spaw... Read more
Bear Hunt - Spring
April 25th - May 25th
The spring season is from April 25 - May 25. At this time there is usually snow; and you will easily see the tracks of many trophy bears. The hunting is based on a 1 x 1 guide to client ratio which allows for an intimate and intense experience. You and your guide will glass for a... Read more
Bear Hunt - Fall
starts August 20
Fall hunt (from August 20) is different from spring. The bears move to the rivers depending the dates of the influx of spawning salmon, crop capacity of berries and cedar nuts. On the spawning creeks hunting takes place mostly during the dark from blinds. The older, smarter and larger t... Read more
Moose moved onto the upper mainland of the Kamchatka Peninsula over thousands of years. The severe climate conditions, deep snow, shortage of the food stock on the passes did not let the moose naturally move deep down the peninsula. In 1978 specialists of the Regional Hunting Department carried out a project trans... Read more
Kamchatka Bighorn and Snow Sheep
Kamchatka Snow Sheep (it has 2n=52 pairs of chromosomes) is one of the oldest inhabitants of the peninsula. Since ancient times the fine meat of snow sheep was used for food and various household articles were made of its horns. As an object of sport hunting snow sheep became available to foreig... Read more
Trapping fur animals has been very popular in Russia for centuries; sable, ermine, squirrel, mink, otter, wolverine, lynx, red fox, polar wolf, and hare. All these animals are trapped in our areas.
Our professional guides trap from November until February. The use traps, and rifles of various calibers. In ... Read more