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Koskikalastus, Suomussalmi

TWO LONG RIVERS IN A WILDERNESS SETTING UNDER SUSTAINABLE FISHING RULES The Naamankajoki and Näljänkäjoki are part of the large Korvua-Näljänkäjoki joint-licence area. This 110-kilometre-long stretch, suitable for river fishing, is located in the sparsely populated border area between Northern Ostrobothnia and Kainuu. The licence area includes more than 60 rapids with numerous smaller riffles, distributed across water areas belonging to seven different fishing associations, one private farm and the state-owned Metsähallitus. In other words, the area provides plenty of room for fishing....

TWO LONG RIVERS IN A WILDERNESS SETTING UNDER SUSTAINABLE FISHING RULES The Korvuanjoki and Korpijoki form part of the Korvua-Näljänkäjoki fishing area covered by a joint licence.This 110-kilometre-long river fishing destination is located in the sparsely populated border area between Northern Ostrobothnia and Kainuu. The licence area includes more than 60 rapids with numerous smaller riffles, distributed across water areas belonging to seven different fishing associations, one private farm and the state-owned Metsähallitus. In other words, the area provides plenty of room for fishing. ...

A RIVER WITH MIGRATORY FISH STOCK, DRAINING INTO LAKE KIANTAJÄRVI Known as the angler’s paradise, Hossa in the north-eastern corner of Suomussalmi offers perhaps the best fishing opportunities in Finland. In addition to ponds and lakes, stocked with a variety of salmonoids, the winding Hossanjoki and a number of smaller streams and brooks are available to those wishing to engage in white-water fishing. Hossa’s fishing opportunities are supplemented by a wide range of cottages and an information centre with café-restaurant and exhibition providing information on the area’s natural attractions...