pike fishing - Explorelulea

Pike fishing

Pike fishing

Join a fishing trip in Luleå's beautiful archipelago

Welcome to a fishing trip with us!

Season: 1 June - 31 Aug.

SEK 4495

Price (up to 2 people) Full day (8 hours)

SEK 2995

Half day (4 hours)

Group size:

1-2 people.

We recommend:

Comfortable clothing according to the weather, Boots or boots, Cap / hat and sunglasses and Camera.

Departure from:

Central Luleå, evening tours of 4 hours starting at 18:30.

Transfer:

When booking a transfer, we meet about 30 minutes before at your specified accommodation.

Please note:

In too harsh weather conditions, the fishing trip can be from land instead and then from a well-chosen place. The guide decides this.

The tour includes:

Fishing guide
Fishing equipment and boat
Life jackets
Rainwear (in case of rain)
Introduction with instructions

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This is a very exclusive fishing trip, you get to fish from a boat with a trained fishing guide who provides you with fishing equipment and rewarding instructions. The fishing guide is very good and has fished all his life, with meritorious catches such as most pike over 10 kg and 120 cm.

Depending on whether you are an experienced or inexperienced fisherman, we adapt the fishing trip to your wishes. The fishing guide shares his great knowledge and experience so that you will have developed as a fisherman when the fishing trip is over.

The pike is one of the most appreciated sport fish in Sweden. No wonder it is, it not only gets very big, but chops most things and offers a fun fight on a fishing rod.

Pike fishing in Norrbotten and the Luleå archipelago is very good. Here you have the chance to catch really big pike. Pike over 100 cm are not at all uncommon.

In summer it is bright around the clock due to the midnight sun and the pike hunt frantically in shallow water, especially in the evenings. Evening fishing for pike in the Luleå archipelago in the midnight sun is an activity that is also appreciated by those not interested in fishing.

We spin fish at islands, bays, reed belts and groats where we cast with fishing lures such as wobblers, spoon lures, spinners, jerkbaits and poppers.