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Visiting a foreign country can be a daunting enough task. The task of locating good fishing spots and knowing what methods will work on any given day will be made much easier if you spend at least one day with a local guide. The guide will have years of experience and help ensure you don't go home empty handed.

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Hunting in Finland is a popular pastime with both small and large quarry available. Finland boasts some of the largest forests in Europe that are home to Grouse, Pheasant, Ducks, Geese, Hares, Deer & Moose. Be sure to have the correct licenses and permits and know when the hunting season starts and ends.

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Anglers in Finland are required to obtain the national fishing license as well as permits for the region or water they wish to fish. Anyone between the ages of 18 - 65 is required to have both. Licenses and permits can be obtained in advance with short to long term validity options available.

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Travelling to Finland has become easier in recent years with Helsinki airport serving as a hub to many far eastern destinations. The national carrier is Finnair and in addition airlines including Lufthansa, SAS, Easy Jet and many others provide a regular service from most European airports.

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Whether your passion is Fly Fishing, Lure Fishing or Bait Fishing you will need to know what to bring, what to leave at home and what can be obtained locally. Finland has many fishing tackle shops and in addition many local food stores can provide the essentials.

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Finland attractions are wide and varied. For the days when the fish are not biting you will find plenty of other exciting things on offer including canoeing, bear watching, skiing, dog sled safaris, reindeer rides, ski-doo tours or even a trip to see Santa Claus himself. If your lucky the northern lights may also make an appearance.

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With is low human population, thousands of lakes, miles of coastline, huge forests and freedom to roam, Finland provides the perfect opportunity for hikers or any background. Whether novice or experienced you will find some to suit from managed trails to the more challenging Arctic Lapland.

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Finland is one of the few remaining countries that offers natural unspoilt beauty. Should you choose to rent a lake side cottage you will be able to experience breath taking scenery in peaceful surroundings with fishing on the doorstep. Unwind at the end of the day with a cold beer, BBQ & sauna.

Follow the link below to learn more about cottages and hotels in Finland.