Guide for travelling anglers in the Land of a Thousand Lakes 
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Lake Ähtärinjärvi
Lake Höytiäinen
Lake Inarijärvi
Lake Kallavesi
Lake Keitele
Lake Kiantajärvi
Lake Kitkajärvi
Lake Kivijärvi
Lake Konnevesi
Lake Kyyvesi
Lake Lappajärvi
Lake Lohjanjärvi
Lake Näsijärvi
Lake Oulujärvi
Lake Päijänne
Lake Pielinen
Lake Puula
Lake Pyhäjärvi in Pyhäjärvi
Lake Pyhäjärvi in Säkylä
Lake Saimaa
Lake Suvasvesi
Lakes Kulovesi & Rautavesi
Lakes Kuusamojärvi & Muojärvi
Lakes Pielavesi & Nilakka
Lakes R-M-P
Lakes Ruovesi & Tarjanne
Central Finland rapids
River Iijoki
River Kemijoki
River Kiiminkijoki
River Kokemäenjoki
River Kymijoki
River Merikarvianjoki
River Simojoki
River Teno
River Tornionjoki
River Vantaanjoki
Rivers Juutua and Ivalojoki
Rivers Kitka, Kuusinki & Oulanka
Ruunaa Rapids
Coast and Archipelago
Archipelago Sea
Gulf of Bothnia
Gulf of Finland
Small waters
Lake Matildanjärvi
Lake Peurajärvi
Lakes Niemisjärvi, Evo
Pond Kaunislampi
Pond Teerilampi

Lapland Finnish Lake District West Coast South Finland, Archipelago



Finland's extensive range of fishing sites consists of the Baltic Sea coast, thousands of lakes and hundreds of rivers. Wherever you're headed, you'll find plenty of fishing waters.

Photo: Jari Salonen 
Lake Kaidatvedet, Parkano.
Lake Kaidatvedet, Parkano.

The variety of destinations is extensive and, if you feel like it, you can fish in complete peace. Finland is a land of contrasts. The extremes will meet on your journey from the lush waters of the South Coast through the major lakes of the Finnish Lake District to the mountain brooks of Lapland.

Each water body has its own light and atmosphere – every one of them with their own story.

Photo: Eumer 
Gulf of Bothnia, Merikarvia.
Gulf of Bothnia, Merikarvia.

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