Sweden Fishing Charters

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Sweden: 14 fishing charters available

Fishing Guide Lars Lindahl
Fishing Guide Lars Lindahl

Stockholm • 20 ft • 4 persons

Fishing Guide Lars Lindahl offers a professional guiding service in the waters that surround the majestic city of Stockholm.
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trips fromUS $527
Tomas Henriksson Fishing Tours
Tomas Henriksson Fishing Tours

Stockholm • 21 ft • 5 persons

Tomas Henriksson Fishing Tours invites you to explore the waters of the Stockholm archipelago.

"Tomas took my husband and 10 year old son on a half day fishing excursion." —⁠ Leanna,
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trips fromUS $472
Tomas Henriksson - Lake Mälaren
Tomas Henriksson - Lake Mälaren

Enhörna • 21 ft • 5 persons

Tomas Henriksson invites you to explore the third biggest lake in Sweden - Lake Mälaren.

"Thomas is a gentleman! Put us on the fish offered drinks and..." —⁠ Dave,
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trips fromUS $397
Lake Sibbo Private Fishing
Lake Sibbo Private Fishing

Tystberga • 18 ft • 4 persons

If you're ready to enjoy fishing in Tystberga, we've got you covered with Lake Sibbo Private Fishing.
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trips fromUS $752
Salmon Trolling with Björnsfiske
Salmon Trolling with Björnsfiske

Trosa • 23 ft • 3 persons

There's a fish with your name on it in Trosa and Salmon Trolling with Björnsfiske will help you catch it!
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trips fromUS $671
Fishing Guide Olle Berggren
Fishing Guide Olle Berggren

Stockholm • 21 ft • 5 persons

If you’re in the market for a day to remember, look no further than Fishing Guide Olle Berggren.

"Olle knows the places that holds fish.The weather was grey but I’m smiling   😊 Thanks for the great catch!" —⁠ Magnus,
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trips fromUS $527
Björnsfiske Guided Fishing Trips
Björnsfiske Guided Fishing Trips

Stockholm • 21 ft • 5 persons

Björnsfiske Guided Fishing Trips is located in Stockholm and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Bjorn knows the area well and works hard to put me on fish. I caught 8 Pike." —⁠ Michael,
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trips fromUS $527
Trolling Zander / Walleye
Trolling Zander / Walleye

Ekerö • 21 ft • 5 persons

Make the most of your time in Ekerö and go fishing with Tomas Henriksson.
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trips fromUS $429
Tomas Henriksson - Trosa Archipelago
Tomas Henriksson - Trosa Archipelago

Trosa • 21 ft • 5 persons

Tomas Henriksson invites you to explore fishing opportunities in Sweden.

"Half day trip with 2 young kids. Great day. Very successfull and a lot of fun!" —⁠ Rainer, Hesse
trips fromUS $472
Tomas Henriksson Fishing Guide
Tomas Henriksson Fishing Guide

Nynäshamn • 20 ft • 5 persons

Running angling trips out of Nynäshamn, Tomas Henriksson invites you to check out the local fishery in style.
trips fromUS $483
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Sweden

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Fishing in Sweden

Sweden is a top tourist destination in Europe, and there’s a lot more to it than ABBA, Ikea, chocolate, and watches! It offers visitors incredible natural beauty, with 29 national parks and the incredible Northern Lights in the winter. There’s a rich history, which can be seen all over, from the palaces and castles to the medieval towns.

Yet the country is getting more and more popular with anglers because of its fishing opportunities. With over 100,000 lakes and a coastline nearly 2,000 miles long, fishing in Sweden is varied and a lot of fun for anglers.

Where to Go

There are many fishing hot spots to choose from in Sweden, depending on the time of year and what you want to catch. You can choose from a range of lakes, from the huge Lake Mälaren near Stockholm, to ones further south, such as Lake Mien, Lake Asnen, and Lake Tiken. You also have top Salmon and Brown Trout fisheries in the rivers Mörrumså, Torne, Lanio, and the Emån. Fishing in the Baltic Sea will also produce some great fish. This sea has a low salinity, which creates a perfect mix of freshwater and saltwater fishing and higher numbers of Perch and Pike.

What to Catch

There are over 140 species of fish found in the many different bodies of water in Sweden. Each body of water has its main superstar, but in general, the main species you’ll want to target are Pike, Perch, Pike Perch (Zander), and Baltic Salmon. The Pike fishing here is world-renowned, with some catches reaching up to 20 kg (45 lb).

The North Sea offers Garfish, Pollock, Cod, and Mackerel, compared to the Baltic Sea where you can fish for Pike, Cod, Salmon, Perch, and Seatrout.

When to Go

There’s something to catch throughout the year in Sweden. You’ll usually be able to find large numbers of your targeted species one month, but larger sized fish in smaller quantities another month.

If you’re fishing off the coast, book a trip in the spring and the autumn. The fish are likely to be closer to the shore then. However, you’ll be able to catch something in the Baltic Sea all year long.

The Baltic Salmon season opens in the summer. Perch can be caught all year round. However, you’ll have the most luck fishing for medium sized Perch in the autumn. Pike has its peak in the summer, although larger Pike can be found in smaller numbers in the spring.

During the winter, you’ll be able to go ice fishing. This starts earlier the further north you are. You’ll be able to target Pike, Arctic Char, Perch, Rainbow Trout, Burbot, Grayling, and Whitefish. Wrap up warm and bring extra layers. This can be fun for the whole family, even if you’ve never fished before.

What to Bring

The majority of captains will provide you with rods, reels, lures, bait, and a fishing license for the day. They’ll usually provide some form of snacks and drinks, usually buns and coffee, especially in the winter.

You should wear weather appropriate clothing for the trip. In the winter, this includes thermal underclothing with a waterproof outer layer and warm boots. Bringing a bag with extra clothes is always a good idea.    

The majority of captains practice catch and release, and even when the catch is legal will advise you to release it. Ask your captain what their policy is before your trip, so you know whether to bring a cooler along.

Book a trip to Sweden for the adventure you never knew you needed, while surrounded by nature and catching big fish. Fishing in Sweden is an unforgettable experience!

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Sweden Fishing Seasons

January

January is a great month to see the Northern Lights. There is also the Kiruna Snow Festival to go to.

February

Perch get really big this month and in March, just before they begin to Spawn. This is the coldest month on land.

March

This is a great month to fish for Pike in the south. On land, visit the Sausage Festival for a yummy day out!

April

Join in the festivities of Walpurgis Night. Expect songs and bonfires to welcome in the spring.

May

Numbers of Pike Perch swell in May. Spring is in full swing as the stunning nature of Sweden comes to life.

June

Celebrate Midsummer’s Eve with traditional maypole dancing. The Midnight Sun can be seen in the first few weeks of June. Pike Perch and Baltic Salmon season opens.

July

July is the best month for Salmon and Sea Trout fishing. Char fishing is also great now. Watch the biggest sailing race, “Around Gotland Race,” in Sandhamn.

August

Join in a Crayfish party for a memorable day of eating Crayfish, singing songs, and wearing hats. Or run in the annual Midnattsloppet – The Midnight Run in Stockholm.

September

Pike has another peak in September and October. Perch numbers also increase from September to November.

October

Pike Perch are huge from October until their spawning season in March. Join in the “Shockholm Halloween Parade” or watch the Stockholm jazz festival this month.

November

The Northern Lights can only be seen in the winter in Sweden. Head to the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko National Park for the best chance to view them.

December

Go ice fishing for Pike, Perch, and Zander this month. Enjoy a glass of glögg with gingerbread snaps in the lead up to Christmas. The Nobel Prize ceremony is this month.

Sweden Fishing Calendar

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Featured photos from Sweden

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What anglers said about fishing in Sweden

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Top Types of Fishing in Sweden

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Top Fishing Techniques in Sweden

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Top Targeted Species in Sweden

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