During the early 1990s, the Arctic Char was my favorite fish to seek along with the Amazon peacock bass.
Recently, I read a story in the IGFA "International Angler" on Kamchatka. Here swim another species of which I was not familiar with, the highly prized sea-run East Siberian white spotted char. These char have silver-gray sides with white cream colored spots. They claim these Siberian char can reach 40 inches. Hopefully someday soon I will get the opportunity to see one on the end of my fishing line!