Fishing in Finland 2019

River Tenojoki 2019

Fishing Resort - Utsjoki - Lapland - Lapland - Finland

 
 
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Fishing Licences and Permits River Tenojoki

Prices coming soon for year 2018

18-64-years old fisherman has to purchase also personal National fishing management fee Fee is 45 EUR for the calendar year 2019 or 15 EUR for seven days or 6 EUR for one day.
Purhace National fishing management fee from Finland Fishing Licence Webshop
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Places to pay the permit River Tenojoki

Kalastajan majatalo   (ylätenontie 32 KARIGASNIEMI) Driving Directions
Kalastulupien myynti / Tenon kalaluvat   ( ) Driving Directions
Lomakylä Valle   (ellintie 25 UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Pub Restaurant Rastigaisa   (utsjoentie 4, UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Tenon Kalastus- ja Eräpalvelu   (tenontie 2400 UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Tenon Lohituvat   (nuorgamintie 245 UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Tenon Tunturituvat   (tenontie 2673 UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Uulan säästö   (utsjoentie 1 UTSJOKI) Driving Directions
Vetsituvat  044 067 8805 (vetsikko UTSJOKI) Driving Directions



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Location and Driving Directions

Utsjoki.  Lappi

Hydrology River Tenojoki

 Disharge : Tenojoki Utsjoki  Mean discharge  139 m3/s  ()
Flood discharge  2740 m3/s  ()
Low discharge  18 m3/s  ()
Lenght  250 km  ()

Minimum size of the catch River Tenojoki

Salmon 50 cm,  Brown trout 50 cm,  Freshwater Salmon 60 cm,  Grayling 35 cm,  Char 25 cm
Others no minimum size

Catch species River Tenojoki

Natural: salmon, brown trout, grayling and char.  

Services River Tenojoki

Fishing quide, boat for rent, accommodation and other service (utsjoen palvelut).

Weather etc.

Weather forecasts:  Utsjoki  Rain- and Cloudradar  Rain forecast and radar 
Lightning detectors:

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Fishing regulations 2011 Teno River

The regulations apply to the Finnish sections of the Teno River, Inari River and Skietsham River where they form part of the national border.

Fishing is permitted from 1 June to midnight on 20 August.

The fishing day starts at 7 p.m. Fishing is closed each week from 7 p.m. on Sunday to 7 p.m. on Monday.

Fishing is permitted only with a rod and lure.

Use of shrimp, bait strap or artificial lures resembling them, or use of baitfish or worm bait is prohibited.

The minimum permissible size of salmon, trout or char is 25 cm. The minimum permissible size for grayling is 30 cm. Undersized fish must be returned to the water immediately. Please instruct younger fishermen in particular to release undersized fish. Kelts are salmon that have spawned the previous autumn and migrate to the sea in the early summer. They are thin and in poor condition. Kelts are protected by law and must be returned to the water immediately.

Fishing licences

Every individual fishing or participating in fishing in the Teno River fishing district (including rowers) must have a fishing licence. The Finnish and Norwegian citizens must purchase the Teno River fishing licence in their respective homelands.

1. Fishing on the Inari River above Matinköngäs, and on the Skietsham River, from a boat or the bank, 10 €/day (including Matinköngäs).

2. Fishing on the Teno River and the Inari River (below Matinköngäs), from a boat or the bank, 40 €/day.

3. Fishing on the Teno River or the Inari River (below Matinköngäs), from the bank only, 25 €/ day.

4. Spouse’s licence (the spouse of a person who has purchased one of the licences described in sections 1–3 may participate in the same fishing session), 5 €/day.

5. Youth licence Persons under 18 years of age, 5 €/week.

It is prohibited for non-residents to fish in the tributary rivers and streams running into the Teno River unless the statutory local fishery associations sell licences to them separately.

A: Fly-fishing from the bank

Fly-fishing from the bank is permitted within the common border area along the entire length of the Teno River, except those tributary river mouths (within a distance of 50 metres) into which salmon rise. These rivers are:

Finnish side In Tenojoki: Vetsikkojoki, Utsjoki, Kuoppilasjoki, Niljoki, Akujoki In Inarinjoki: Karigasjoki, Vuomajoki

Norwegian side In Tenojoki: Laksjoki, Levajoki, Valjoki, Baisjoki, Karasjoki In Inarinjoki: Iskurasjoki, Gorzejoki Fishing is prohibited in the area starting 50 metres above the Karigasniemi bridge and continuing 150 metres below it.

Fly-fishing from the bank using a fly without a casting weight is permitted (see also sections B and C). Persons under 18 years of age using fly and float are allowed to fish from the bank, except in the Boratbokca area.

B. Fly-fishing in the Boratbokca area

Below Alaköngäs, in the Boratbokca area, which starts from the Ala-Jalve cottages and ends at the mouth of the Galdujokka River running to the Norwegian side, fishing from the bank is only allowed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. between 20 June and 19 July. The area is signposted.

The Boratbokca fishing licence quota still applies on the Norwegian side of the border, and Finnish fishermen cannot purchase fishing licences there during the quota period.

C. Rod and reel fishing from the bank

Rod and reel fishing from the bank is permitted on the Inari River from Matinköngäs upriver, along the entire length of the Skietsham River, in Matinköngäs, Yläköngäs and Alaköngäs. The Alaköngäs bank fishing area is divided into two parts: the area from the lower part of the rapids 600 metres upstream may only be fished using a fly without a casting weight. The areas are marked out with signposts. In areas for rod and reel fishing, it is allowed to fish with fly from the bank using float and casting weight. Outside these areas, fishing from the bank is permitted only using a fly without a casting weight (fly and float are allowed for those under 18 years of age).

D. Fishing from a boat

Fishing from a boat is permitted along the entire length of the river. However, at Alaköngäs in the area from Bildam to below Boratbokca, the rower must always be a local resident over 16 years of age.

When fishing from a boat, you may use no more than three rods at any one time. Only one fishing line and one lure per rod is allowed. This rule also applies to recreational fishermen who are using a local rower.

Fishing from a boat at a distance of less than 50 metres from those tributary river mouths into which salmon rise (see section A on the previous page) is prohibited.

E. Fishing from a boat in the Boratbokca area

Non-residents are not allowed to fish from a boat in the Boratbokca from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the entire fishing season in the area that starts above Vauhtikari and continues for about 600 metres downstream to the Storfossen holiday village in Norway and the corresponding location on the Finnish side of the border. The area is signposted.

Using a local rower

Fishing from a boat without a local rower is allowed from Monday to Sunday between 9 p.m. and 2 p.m. At all other times, fishing from a boat is forbidden without a rower who is a permanent resident in the Teno fishing district and over 16 years of age.

Fishing is also prohibited:

1. From a boat with the motor running or anchored in midstream.

2. Inside leader nets and in the area less than 50 metres from the inlet of the dam or closer than 10 metres to its side nets.

3. Less than 10 metres from a standing net.

4. Fishing from the bridge is prohibited. Text source:Tenojoki-infot 2011