Stockholm Fishing Camp
Stockholm Fishing Camp with Capt. Mikael Hedlund is a rare chance to fish the scenic Swedish waterscape. In this catch and release only camp, you will find Northern Pike, Zander, Perch, and Salmon. You can come in for a full day of fishing, or make a short escape from the city hustle, and stay several days. Accommodation in one of the cabins, and catering are possible. The crew can also cater to larger groups.
This is a great chance to catch up with friends and family while fishing. You can practice your moves, watch the fish go for your bait, and enjoy the stunning view. The island of Gällnö lies in the Stockholm Archipelago, and your guide Mikael has spent last 20 years fishing around its waters.
You will be fishing from a 15’ MS aluminum fishing boat. She can take up to four people. The boat is powered by a 6 HP Yamaha engine, and is great to cruise slowly around the waters—it’ll put you at just the right pace. The boat has a fishfinder, and stores the equipment. Children of all ages are welcome onboard.
When you go fishing, you will get all the required fishing gear. The license is included in the trip, and please note that all fish must be released. But, these waters are home to some of the finest Pike fisheries in the whole of Sweden.
You can try a variety of techniques, including trolling, spinning, jigging, and more. If bringing your own gear, here are some tips from the captain on how to get Pike and Perch:
- jerk baits, crank baits, floating plugs, and soft plastics work great in spring,
- in summer, use spinners, jigs, and spoons, as the fish go deeper.
These fish can grow super big, and you might catch some 10 to 20 Pikes a day. Normally, Pike weigh between four and five pounds, but can reach as much as 20!
Put on comfortable clothes, pack an extra layer in case you get wet. Bring sunglasses, and medications if prone to seasickness. Make sure to bring a camera to capture the sight! Invite your family, friends, and colleagues, and come enjoy!
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About the Captain
About this listing
MS Boats (Aluminum fishing) originally built in 2016. Powered by a 6HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 15 knots.