As winter draws slowly towards a close in Lapland, the days get longer and temperatures finally start to increase. Our Northern Lights trips have been sensational this year, with more sightings than ever and 2012 certainly living up to the enthusiastic forecasts that heralded it a bumper year for Northern Lights enthusiasts.
From mid-April onwards, our attentions turn to the exciting range of sights and activities that Finnish Lapland has to offer in the spring and summer. This is a superb area for hiking, cycling and canoeing, but perhaps best of all is the truly world class fishing on offer in the many scenic rivers and lakes. Teeming with various specimens during the summer months in particular, this area is world renowned for salmon, trout and grayling, while pike, whitefish and perch are also present in large numbers.
Superb Fishing in Lapland
Lapland boasts a high proportion of Finland’s 187,888 lakes and 647 rivers, and from your base at the Davvi Arctic Lodge in Karesuando you can take full advantage of this unspoiled wilderness to fish at a number of different locations. Some are merely a short drive from the lodge, while others can only be accessed via exciting off-road adventures which really get you out into the wild! Transun can offer fishing trips to the region perfectly tailored to suit your level of experience and expertise.
Our fishing itineraries start at £699 per person for two nights, including flights, transfers, half board accommodation and one day’s fishing with guide, equipment and transfers required. For further details, bookings, and to order our brand new Hooked on Lapland brochure, call our office on 01865 265200.