- Varzuga River
river_name = Varzuga
length = 254 km
discharge = 77 m³/s (average) and
up to 300 m³/s in May and June
watershed = 9840 km²
Varzuga River ( _ru. Варзуга) is a
riverin the south of the Kola Peninsulain Murmansk Oblast, Russia. It is 254 km in length. The area of its basin is 9,840 km². The Varzuga River flows into the White Sea. It freezes up in October and stays under the ice until May.
This is the most prolific atlantic salmon fishing river in the whole of the Kola peninsular. Over the season over 10,000 salmon are caught and returned in this river system.Favourite Salmon fishing patterns are the Kola Vulcan, Kola Blue Fire, Kola Fire and the Kolalander.
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