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Great fishing season goes on
Great fishing season goes on
Summer fishing season is going on. Entrepreneur and fishing guide Jari Käyhkö says that spring may sometimes be challenging period for anglers in Lake Saimaa. Warming waters activate the fish and colder periods deactivate them.

Lately pike have...
(15.06.2023)
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New record fish ‒ monster cod 29,55 kg
New record fish ‒ monster cod 29,55 kg
The Record Fish Committee approved four new Finnish fish records: cod 29,55 kg, white bream 0,980 kg, river lamprey (26 cm) and one record of totally new species, eastern tubenose goby (7,2 cm), an invasive alien species that is native to fresh and...
(15.03.2023)
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Lets go ice-fishing, part 2 (updated)‒ try balanced lure and beware of cracks in the ice
Lets go ice-fishing, part 2 (updated)‒ try balanced lure and beware of cracks in the ice
Days are getting longer fast and conditions on the ice are perfect for ice fishing. On many lakes there are no snow at all and it is easy and fun to walk on the ice or go for a kicksled ride.

You must be patient when fishing with balanced sinking...
(07.02.2023)
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Let`s go ice-fishing - waiting for more ice in Southern Finland
Let`s go ice-fishing - waiting for more ice in Southern Finland
In Finland there has been real winter already for some weeks. During the first days of December snow fell on the ground and many people started skiing and ice-fishing.

In many parts on Lakeland ice is still thin or there is no ice at all....
(02.01.2023)
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