Join us for a great trolling trip! You can choose from two different types of trolling.
Precision trolling is a highly active way of trolling. It takes place in the vicinity of the shore and islets, and employs precision trolling rods. Thanks to the short lengths of line used, the bites are truly memorable!
Trolling with sideliners:
Sideliner boards are used in this type of trolling. The sideliners allow for the simultaneous use of several (10-12) rods. The fish are searched from a wider area and in several different layers of water.
Trolling for zander in the evening/during the night (midsummer)
In the midsummer, trolling takes place in the evenings and during the night when the zander rise up to the surface to feed on small fish. The trolling is done with the help of sideliners.
Casting for pike
Casting for pike is good, active fun. In the shallow water, the bites are explosive and truly memorable. Casting is a highly diverse form of fishing and it makes for an interesting and exciting fishing trip. You can choose to fish with a jerkbait, spoon, fly, spinnerbait or jig.
Jigging has grown massively popular, as it provides an excellent chance of catching fish. With jigging, light-weight equipment and thin lines are used, making the bites feel particularly electric! You can choose to fish by casting your jig or by vertical jigging.
We have two types of winter fishing on offer: ice fishing and baitfishing for pike.
During the winter, baitfishing takes place on ice and is a fun and highly addictive form of fishing. No reel or rod is used, but you get to experience the kick of the fish first-hand directly from the line! Live bait is used.
Ice fishing is a one-of-kind experience. Here, large pikes are simply waiting to be caught.
We can provide about 30 high-quality cottages so you can stay more than one day! Price per day will be decreased when you book more than one day!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Alutroll () originally built in 2007. Powered by a 140HP Suzuki engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 42 knots.
About the Captain
Member since October 2015