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We provide Finland, Sweden and Norway fishing trips and vacations for salmon, arctic char, trout, grayling, whitefish, pike and perch with lodging in our fishing packages. We pride ourselves in providing the highest quality Lapland and Norway fishing vacations and will go beyond your service expectations.

Check out our homepages: [url="http://graylingland.com/57"]http://graylingland.com/57[/url]

Check also our fishing video (YouTube): [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSU-Ar5jhYM"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSU-Ar5jhYM[/url]

Best regards: Aki Huhtanen

Grayling Land
Puthaanrannantie 18

Tel + 358 (0) 45 2665222
e-mail: info@graylingland.com

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Amazing fly fishing vacation in Finnmark Norway - Mollisjohka

The most best grayling fly fishing waters in the world... The biggest grayling 69,5cm (3,2kg), biggest trout 9,3kg and biggest pike 16,5kg!

Mollisjohka is a genuine mountain lodge and one of the few that was not connected to the existing road network when these were built in Finnmark. The mountain lodge is literally in the middle of the Plateau, equidistant from Alta and Karasjok, 70 kilometres each way.

Facilities The mountain lodge has recently been restored. Per Edvard and Randi have a total of 54 beds in 5 huts and rooms in the main building. They have a modern kitchen, sanitation, a lounge with a hearth and a dining room. The setup also has a sauna and a turf hut, or gamme. The gamme is used for smoking meat as well as an eating space for guests. At Mollisjokka the focus is naturally on the cuisine of the Plateau, and they make the most delicious dishes from the resources right outside the door. In both summer and winter, trout, arctic charr and grayling, pike and perch are fished out of the Iesjokka, one of the best-stocked rivers in Finnmark. You are right in the middle of cloudberry and grouse country. These resources are reaped and often adorn Mollisjohka aromatic table.


1 day - Arrive.

Arrive at Norway - Alta airport or Finland - Ivalo, Rovaniemi or Kittilä airport. Transfer to Finnmark in Norway. Arrived at a small Sami village Suosjärvi. Then we begin an exciting trip with a jeep. Over fell and rivers in the middle of tundra. The trip over the fell lasts 2 hours (30km). We arrive at the Nedre fell center. Welcome drinks, lunch and introduction to the programs and Sámi culture. Sauna and dinner. Night in cottage

2 day - Iesjohka River... 2kg grayling?

Breakfast and transfer by river boat (40minute) 15km up to river and we arrive in the world's most best grayling and trout fishing waters. All day we will fish grayling and trout. We spend night in tent. Lunch and dinner are made by the open fire.

3 day - Change trout fly.

Breakfast. Today we try to catch big trout. Lunch by the open fire. Evening we begin the journey back to the cottage. Sauna, dinner and night in cottage.

4 day - Be careful... There living monster pikes.

Breakfast. Today we go fishing in amazing tundra lake Romis. We focus on grayling but there is also giant pikes (more than 10kg). Night in cottage. Lunch at lake Romis, dinner in the Cottage.

5 day - Choose free.

Breakfast. Today you can choose do you want to fish trout, perch, pike or grayling? Evening farefell dinner with your guides, sauna and jacuzzi. Night in cottage.

6 day - Back to home.

Breakfast. We start our journey with a jeep trough the tundra. Transfer to airport.

Duration: 6 days / 5 night
Group size: 2-8

Price: Contact sales. info (@) graylingland.com

Price includes: 4 nights in cottage, shower/toilet, sauna, 1 night in tent, tundra driving license, full board (all inclusive eating), fishing equipment, all fishing license, rubber boots, fly fishing waders and shoes, rain dress, guides and transfers.

For extra fee: Extra days

More information: [url="http://www.graylingland.com/96"]http://www.graylingland.com/96[/url]

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