First of the series of Ponoi short films…

The first of a series of short information films about the Ponoi went live last week. Have a look.

This film, entitled The Fishing Seasons, tells the story of the different seasons on this wonderful river and the different runs of fish. Early response suggests a real appreciation for the lack of sales pitch and the amount of information. To follow will be:

A Typical Ponoi Day – what actually goes on during a typical day in camp and on the river.

A typical fresh Ponoi salmon.

Boats and Wading – the definitive informational film on what role the boats on Ponoi play and why and showing the almost unlimited wading opportunities.

The Camp Facilities – a detailed look at all the staff and facilities on offer at Ryabaga Camp from the food to the masaage and medical room to bathrooms etc, it is all there to see.

The Ponoi Journey – a careful look at how to get to Ryabaga Camp from your home and back.

A Message from the owner – The owner, Ilya Sherbovich, gives his personal story about how he grew to love, and eventually own, Ryabaga Camp and how he views it today.

The Scientific Work – a short interview about the work done on the river which ensures it is well looked after and any concerns are detected early.

With thanks to Alan Maughan for all his work in making these short films a success.

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