Hunting and fishing have always attracted strong-willed people. And it's not only to feed the family. This process gives a thrill: during the hunt, you need to immerse into the forest, listen to every rustle, wait for hours for a huge game and shoot at the right moment. With fishing, it is about the same. The main thing about this activity is the unity with nature.
Imagine early morning, the quietness of the forest, lake. And you are alone or with a friend ready to start hunting. You have already thrown a bait under the tree, got into the house and are waiting for the moment when an animal comes closer. It is exciting and responsible. If such adventures are to your liking, then surely go hunting in the Tyumen region. Here dozens of animals live in coniferous and birch forests. In spring and summer, hunting for waterfowl and game, boar and bear is common. Find out more on the phone: 8 (912) 998-67-30.See more
There is a significant amount of reservoirs located in the Tyumen region both for paid fishing and for free of charge. If you value comfort and guaranteed results, the best advice is to pay attention to the specially dedicated places: White River fishing center, Sibrybprom ponds, Shorohovo fish hatchery, Chervishevsky ponds. Firstly, here you will 100% catch fish; a wide variety of fish artificially inhabits ponds. Secondly, almost everywhere you will be able to rent the missing fishing gear. And, thirdly, outdoor activities can be conveniently combined with getting together in cozy houses and barbecuing.See more
A pleasure for experienced fishers which cannot be expressed in words: fishing requires excellent endurance, patience, and readiness for any turn of the plot. At the same time, millions of people are looking forward to the moment when it will be possible to go to the river at dawn, to drill the first hole and catch the first winter fish. And neither the warmth of the home nor hot tea will stop them – especially since the ponds, lakes, and rivers of the Tyumen region are filled with pike, perch, roach, bream, pike perch, and red. Are your fishing rods ready?See more