Fishing in Lapland

Nature fishing and discovery stay in one of the richest fishing and wild areas of Finland, between Lapland and Karelia lake territories by excellence. Evolve at your own pace in the Hossa Nature Park in the heart of a network of 130 lakes with varied profiles. Their pure waters are rich in common grayling, trout, char, whitefish and large predators such as pike or perch.

You will have a fishing license and a boat to fish on your own while benefiting from all other activities proposed in this fishery famous area(visits to reindeer farm, bears safari, hiking, quad ...). Staying at the inn, you'll have a direct access to the lake Hossanjoki, a sauna at your disposal in the hostel will provide relaxation necessary for your fishing days.


  • Day 1 Journey and welcoming dinner

    Journey and welcoming dinner Transfer by bus or by car to Hossa (about 1 hour), at the gates of the park. Settling in your log cottage or in your hotel room. First night, our guides greet you at the restaurant upon a welcoming dinner. The order of the activities of the week will be given then.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 2 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park At spoon or fly, use different techniques for catching big predators such as pike, zander and perch, present in large amount in the fertile waters of this wild and unspoiled teritory.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 3 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park From Hossanjärvi lake, explore the meadows, sagging and deep lakes and rivers in the park with your boat.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 4 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park Rational management of fish populations applied in the park provides a high density of species and suggests beautiful struggles. Catch a 5kg pike is a common thing in the park. By boat or on foot, browse the park in search fishing areas in the middle of large Lappish areas populated by brown bear and elk.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 5 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park Fishing shade for fly fishermen and especially for pike will punctuate this descent day. The darkness of short nights comes with the silence favorable to stalking trout.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 6 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park You will find your catches at the evening meal by thefireside in an authentic and friendly atmosphere. A little walk in the woods will provide berries in quantity more than necessary for your dessert.

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 7 Free Fishing in Hossa Park

    Free Fishing in Hossa Park Today, why not try one of the many activities that our base camp offers? You will be spoilt of choice : canoe on the lakes, hiking in the park, a small ride in mountain bike or the visit of our kennel with its 160 inhabitants!

    Accommodation: Hotel or Cottage

  • Day 8 Transfer

    Transfer Breakfast and transfer to Kuusamo airport.

Period & budget

When to travel?

The best period for travelling is during the following months:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec



  • Transfers from/to Kuusamo airport
  • 6 nights at the hotel in double rooms
  • Full board (from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 7)
  • Luggage transport
  • Fishing licence
  • The provision of a boat


  • Flights to get to Kuusamo  
  • Extra transfers for arrival in another aiport
  • Children discount (contact us)
  • Fishing equipment
  • Optionnal acitivities (visits to reindeer farm, bears safari, quad ...).
  • Guidance and technical advice from a fishing guide specialist of the area
  • Rental of a boat motor (subject to availability)
  • Your cancellation / repatriation insurance: we do not offer insurance against cancellation and / or repatriation. We strongly advise you to subscribe to this kind of insurance and bring your documents with you while traveling.


Single room at the hotel: 190 euros pp.


  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks 

Practical info


Finland is not a land of gastronomy, even though some specialties are delicious! Because of weather conditions and our isolated location, fresh products are quite rare. During your stay we will offer you simple dishes which will fit your energetic needs. You will also have the opportunity to taste some Finnish specialties such as marinated or grilled salmon, salmon soup, reindeer stew or traditional cakes. A generous buffet breakfast will be served at the hotel restaurant, as well as dinners when you sleep at the hotel.

For the activity days :
  • For lunch, you will enjoy a picnic with wood-fire grilled food
  • For your nights in trapper cabin you will prepare and share a dinner together with your guide 


Our basecamp is located in the heart of Hossa Park, 100km away from any village or shop. Our conception of tourisme has nothing to do with mass tourism hubs like Rovaniemi, Ivalo or Kittila. No Santa Claus Village with us! There are 23 inhabitants around Hossa and most of them are reindeer farmers. Indeed, there are more bears living up there than inhabitants! We are living there in autonomy and are working in deep cooperation with the National Forrest Service which runs Hossa Park development. During your stay, you will not have many opportunities to meet local people since there are very few of them. You might meet some ice fishers or Nordic skiers.

During your stay, you will be accommodated for 5 nights in our hotel or cottages and for 2 nights in a trapper cabin:

- Hotel and Cottages : Our hotel is ideally located beside a conserved lake. The hotel has 25 rooms (single, double and triple). All rooms are equiped with a private bathroom with shower, practical storage units, a T.V with international channels. Bed linens and towels are provided by Norwide. Nearby your room, you have free access to our sauna. After an energetic sport day, you will enjoy relaxing in this wooden piece of peace !

- Here is another accommodation option: the cottages (on request, subject to availability) :
  • The « Classical » cottage, with an only room with living room/kitchen, twin or bunked beds, private bathroom and sauna
  • The « Premium » cottage, with a separated room with double bed, living room, kitchen, private bathroom and sauna

Bed linens and towels are provided by Norwide.


Minibus, 4x4, boat and on foot

Vital equipment

  • High protection sun glasses
  • A kit of personal pharmacy
  • A headlamp with spare batteries and bulbs (from August)
  • A knife
  • Toilet paper + lighter
  • Sunscreen (face and lips)
  • A flask of 1 liter minimum, light and isothermal
  • Plastic bags for sealing the your belongings or a waterproof bag
  • A sleeping bag linr for each overnight in tents
  • Anti mosquitos spray and soothing cream
  • A Notepad
  • A camera
  • Anti mosquitos net.

Your fishing gear:
  • Fishing rods and reels to suit your fishing techniques
  • Floats
  • Spools of thread
  • Bottom line made of steel
  • Hooks
  • Waders
  • Fishing Net
  • Hamper
  • Balance
  • Disgorger
  • Scissors, tweezers and gag

- Fly fishing équipment
- Predator fishing equipment

  • Waterproof bags for sealing
  • Mattress, tent and sleeping bag during safaries activities

Helpful equipment

The clothes from head to toe:
  • A pair of walking shoes. They must join three qualities: solidity, held ankles and impermeability. Choose shoes with nonskid soles, with cleats and relatively rigid, although they must cling to field
  • A pair of rubber boots or neoprene booties to cross rivers
  • Pairs of wool socks
  • Mountain jacket or a good waterproof jacket
  • A down jacket (optional) The most efficient jackets against the wind and rain are Gore-tex or Micropore,"breathable" matter which allows fast wicking away of respiration
  • Warm sweater or polar fleece. The latter has the advantage of being resistant, warm, lightweight, quick-drying with a soft touch. Most appropriate, well known to mountaineers are Polartec, Carline and Ulfrotté fibers.
  • Warm wool shirt or carline
  • Underwear top and bottom. This is the first insulation you have, take care of it. Fine technical fibers such as Carline or Polartec are very efficient, warm, soft, comfortable and light. They dry very quickly.
  • Waterproof trek pants
  • A swimsuit
  • A hat or cap
  • A hike short
  • T-shirts: avoid cotton and favor breathable and technical matters which dries quickly.
  • Under sweater
  • Polar fleece
  • A towel for sauna
  • Outerwear at night
  • A pair of gloves or glove liners and wool cap
  • Slippers or sneakers for the cottage 


Your belongings must be distributed into 2 bags :
1- A suitcase or flexible travelling bag (max. 20kg)
2- A backpack (30 to 40L) for your usual belongings that you will bring with you while practicing the activities