If you love fishing and enjoy a beautiful natural landscape you came to the right place! Our fishing trips are a full immersion into the wild, far from cities, far form busy streets and away from the daily routine.  The perfect way to experience freedom is relaxing for a week or two in a place where is possible to dedicate a lot of time to your favourite hobby without distractions. What can beat a cottage surrounded by the peace of the forest, a sea and rivers full of fish, a flexible daily schedule and the possibility to fish from sunrise to sunset?!
Finland offers plenty of opportunities to catch different species of fish, since it is the country with the biggest water surface in the world. Over ten percent of the countries surface is covered by water. In the Finnish Lake District, the largest continuous area of lakes in Europe, there are nearly 200,000 lakes. The coastline of the Baltic Sea alone is over 1,000 kilometers long and there are also 700 rivers with a total combined length of 25,000 km.
This huge abundance of ponds, lakes and coastline made fishing a tradition and integral part of the Finnish way of living.



Fishing in sea, lakes and rivers

Finland has 5 million inhabitants on a surface of over 300 thousand square km. The population density is very low and there are vast areas of wilderness. As result of this, the waters are densely populated by fish and the environment is uncontaminated… nature at its best! Unlike the crowded fishing locations of Europe and the rest of the world, Finland offers large and quiet spaces. Here you can fish in peace, in direct contact with nature.

Fishing for pike, perch and zander

Pike, perch and pike-perch are among the most common species that inhabit Finnish waters. Pike and perch can be found almost anywhere: in lakes or in the Baltic Sea. What is astonishing is not only the amount of fish but also the size. Catching a pike over a meter long is not uncommon in Finland. The best zander shoals are located in the region of Southern and Central Finland and in the lakes on the southern sea coast.

Season for holidays: summer and winter

The open water fishing season lasts from late April until November.

In winter, the surface of the lakes and the shores freeze, but then it is time for ice fishing.