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Canada, Nunavut | Canada

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Canada's northernmost territory, Nunavut (which means "our land" in the Inuit language), is incredibly beautiful and endlessly vast. With an area of 2 million square kilometers, it stretches from the Hudson Bay to the North Pole and from Ellesmere Island off the northern coast of Greenland to the Amundsen Gulf. The majority of the land is untouched wilderness. Permafrost prevails for most of the year, and the Arctic islands are surrounded by pack ice.

Canada, Nunavut | Canada
30. July - 07. August 2016


Our travel guide

Under the leadership of Reinhard Bukovski, a group of 12 fly fishermen from Austria and Germany set out on a journey to Nunavut in the summer of 2016. I fish alongside Roman, Bernhard, and Michael.



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    High Arctic Lodge
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    On our way
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    Big red one
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    Under Water
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    Greatest View
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    Catching a big one