Imagine you are overlooking the clear river stream where insects are abundant above the water, and the graylings rise up to have them as lunch . Or imagine one o f the many remote lakes, in the middle of the endless Taiga forest, and the fierce strike to your lure or streamer from the pike that is raging at the end of your line. Or how about the midnight-sun that will not go down over the never ending rapids of the mighty River Muonio, and your fly is drifting down the pool waiting for that hungry salmon to come along and make your day perfect! It just does not get any better than this!
To be able to fish at this location it is necessary to bring good waders and matching shoes. Further a rain jacket, thermal underwear, and a fleece or woolen top. A warm and light hat will also be a necessity. Make sure you also bring an insect repellent or a mosquito-resistant jacket or a head net. And off course please also bring your net to land the fish.
All equipment has to be brought by fishermen themselves. Extensive information on tackle rods and lines will be provided in the travel documents but for the fly fisherman a double handed #11 or #12 is best used to be able to land the largest salmon of this river system that reach up to 30 kilo! For the grayling a #3 or #4 would be best and for the pike a #7 or #8 will work well. So if you want catch them all you have t bring a varied set of rods, reels and lines.
For the spinfishing enthusiasts a 5 to 15 gram rod with a 2000 reel and 6 kilo dyneema line for the grayling, a 15 to 40 gram rod with a 300 reel and 10 kilo dyneema line for the pike and a sturdy 80 to 150 gram rod with a 5000 reel and 15 to 20 kilo dyneema line for the salmon is best used. More detailed advice on the most adequate lures, flies and streamers etc for your fishing trip will be provided after the booking.
In case you want book a half day or more of harling there will be two types of boats available. Either the original wooden local boat of approx. 5 metres including a small 4 -6 hp engine and off course the oars to row in silence. Or you get an aluminum boat of approx. 4 metres also with a small engine and oars to row.