About our fishing tours
It all started ten years ago when we felt “we can do it better!”. Now we go on fishing tours with over 500 people every year. In Stockholm Archipelago and in Mälaren we fish pike, perch, pike perch and trout. New for this season are tours to Lofoten in northern Norway. There you can find both cod, halibut and saithe.
The focus of our fishing tours is to offer a delightful experience at sea, both good fishing opportunities as well as tasty food, coffee breaks and lunches cooked over open fire at land. The views of the nature of northern Norway are world renowned and unique.
Not only do we offer fishing tours, we also do lots of fishing ourselves and compete in fishing competitions.
Christian & Ulrika
Welcome to Stockholm Archipelago where our fishing guides will help make your fishing experience unforgettable!
Experience Stockholm’s closest wilderness among thousands of untouched skerries and islands. Let our fishing guides show you the best of Scandinavian fishing and the breathtaking nature farthest out in the Swedish archipelago.
We combined two days of wonderful fishing with great food and comfortable accomodation in three diffrent locations. All of it in a world unique environment. Sjö & Havsguiderna, will guide you to the hot spots for pike, sea trout and pear- ch away from the typical tourist areas and maybe you ́ll catch the fish of your dreams.
Trips for everyone
From family fishing experiences suitable for all levels of experience, to challenging sea trout catches for the pros – we have something for everyone!
Our guides are happy to share their boats and knowledge with fishing-lovers for 3 exciting days in and around the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago area. All our vessels are fully equipped with modern fishing and safety equipment, and our customers will always get a safety briefing prior to leaving for a day out at sea.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or other specific requests regarding customization of a trip. You can reach us by (email) or phone 0046 (0) 70-334 13 67.
Welcome to fantastic days of fishing at Stockholm Archipelago!
Fishing in Stockholm's closest wilderness
An adventure in a world unique nature
|Availability 2018||11-14 april, 2-5 may, 9-12 may, 19-22 sep, 26-29 sep 3-6 oct, 10- 13 oct, 24-27 oct.|
|Price||16.495 SEK/p + shuttle|
|What is included||All meals, 3 night accomodation, fishing gear, safety equipments, sauna, bikes on Arholma, kajak rental on Fejan, boat-taxi.|
|What to bring||Warm outdoor clothes, cap, glowes and proper shoes.|
|Experience||No need of fishing experience.|
|Competence||Certified fishing guides with insurance. Complies with the requirements of SOF (Sweden’s organized fish guides). All guides speaks english.|
An adventure among thousands of untouched skerries and islands in a world unique nature. Our fishing guides will show you the best of fishing in the breath-taking nature farthest out in the Swedish archipelago. You ́ll be guided to the hot spots far away from the typical tourist areas and maybe you ́ll catch the fish of your dreams.
Day 1 Your first stay on this adventure is at Åtellet where a three-course dinner and a room with a view is waiting.
Day 2 Fishing guides pick you up with boat outside Åtellet for a day of fishing with breaks for lunch and coffee. In the afternoon you’ll end up on the island Arholma,far out at the coastal line of Stockholm archipelago. Sauna, good food and comfortable beds waiting for you.
Day 3 The guide picks you up for fishing in the outer archipelago where you have chance to spot sea eagle and seal. We fish our way through small skerries and end up on the island Fejan. Here you ́ll experience real glamping. We provide you with all the ingredients for a dinner that you cook yourself on a traditional Muurikka.
Day 4 Time for kayaking or just reflection on what you have been experienced. After lunch a taxi boat picks you up and bring you back to Norrtälje
Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Despite the well-preserved historic settings, it´s no ancient museum piece. Stockholm is modern, dynamic and ever-changing. In other words – perfect for young as well as old explorers.
The old town, Gamla Stan, is one of Europe’s most historically interesting places, with a noble palace, looming cathedrals and narrow cobblestone streets. Though the city is spread across fourteen islands, the city is surprisingly easy to navigate. Pedestrian-friendly bridges connect most of the islands; ferries and the metro link the rest. Walking is often the best way to get around – you might find you don’t even need a bus or metro ticket.
A paradise for food lovers
As a first timer you´ll quickly discover that Stockholm is a city of food obsessives – no surprise given the big array of ingredients it draws from the surrounding sea and farmlands. Traditional Swedish cuisine is still going strong – fried herring, meatballs, toast Skagen and sill with hardbread are all menu standards, although these days many chefs enjoy taking inventive new approaches to the classics.
The Vasa museum and Södermalm
“The capital of Scandinavia” has something for everyone. You’ll find shopping malls, huge department stores and conspicuous, showy wealth. Or visit the Vasa-museum, where you can admire the extraordinary seventeenth-century warship, Vasa, rescued and preserved after sinking in the Stockholm harbour. The island of trendy Södermalm is now a haven for hipsters, here you’ll find some of the city’s most enjoyable bars and restaurants. The popular open air-museum Skansen is also definitely worth a look.
Today, Stockholm is a bright and elegant place, and with its great expanses of open water right in the centre, it offers a spectacular city panorama unparalleled anywhere in Europe. A must-see on the traveller´s bucket list.
The Stockholm archipelago consists of around 25 000 islands, from large fishing villages to gorgeous little skerries. Here you can enjoy charming towns rich with history, explore peaceful sand beaches or adventurous coves. The nature is beautiful and serene and will stay in your memory forever.
Follow along the coast or take a boat out to one of the islands. Your archipelago adventure does not even have to be a full day commitment – the closest island, Fjäderholmarna, is only a thirty minutes boat trip away from a pier centrally located in Stockholm.
If you feel adventurous, you could easily spend a week out in the archipelago, hopping from island to island, staying at various hostels, B&Bs, and small cottages. With the wind in your hair and shrieking seagulls in the background, it will be a unique nature experience you will hardly forget!
Where will you pick us up?
We will pick you up at the agreed pier in the Stockholm or archipelago area. We can travel to and from a variety of resorts and islands along the coast to meet you, including Norrtälje, Värmdö, Vaxholm, and many others.
What dates can you book a fishing trip?
We arrange excursions every day of the week from April to November.
What is the maximum number of people in a group?
We welcome both small and big groups, if there are many of you it´s best to be safe and give us a call to double check.
What food is included and can it be customized according to special needs?
When it´s time for a snack or lunch we will stop by a handpicked place where the sun hopefully will join us. Either we grill over open fire or we cook on our trustworthy Muurikka boiler. If you wish to start the day with a nice breakfast buffet before we head out for the trip, we can of course arrange that too. Cofee with snacks, lunch or dinner are always included in the price.
In case you would rather stop by at a restaurant located in the archipelago, we will gladly help you with table reservations and make sure the restaurant is a convenient stop in the planned fishing route. Please notify when booking if someone in the group requests vegetarian food or has allergies. Naturally we want everybody to enjoy the day out on the waters, no matter the special needs!f
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