Travelling to Russia’s Tugur River is a journey back in time, to enormous roadless stretches of boreal forest and the kingdom of Siberian taimen, the world’s biggest trout that reaches over 100 pounds.
” River Tigers” a brand-new 14-minute doc from Wild Salmon Center, Maser Movies, and Yonder Material, puts you on the old MI-9 Soviet helicopter to the Tugur.
The movie follows a trio of adventuring anglers to the Tugur, which is under hazard regardless of its remoteness. American conservationist Guido Rahr, explorer-scientist Mikhail Skopets, and Russian commercial tycoon Alexander Abramov assemble on the river, in an effort to discover the evasive fish, to open its secrets, and find out a method to safeguard the location amongst the extreme truths of life in the Wild West of the Russian Far East.
” River Tigers” has to do with the enthusiasms and the not likely relationships that drive preservation in this last frontier.
It’s a journey to among the last genuinely wild put on Earth. And it has to do with the excitement of the hunt.