In 2005 Ilya Sherbovich, owner of Russia's Ponoi River Co., assembled a tight-knit crew to investigate Siberia's untouched taimen fisheries, including remote rivers in Yakutia province. Eleven years later, he came back. This time with a yacht, helicopter, and better music. In Yakutia Capt Jack Productions chronicles that ten-river search for taimen, lenok, grayling, monster pike, and nelma—a gulag-country fish that as far as we know has never been caught on fly. Yakutia is one of several new films set to headline the 2017 Fly Fishing Film Tour, which detonates later this month in Denver.