Fishing in the Archipelago Sea
The Archipelago Sea is a very ragged archipelago of numerous islands of different sizes. The largest of these are e.g. The islands of Korpo, Nauvo, Hirvensalo, Kakskerra and Ruissalo. In the south of Turku, a truly unique archipelago opens up, which does not exist anywhere else in the world. So remember to respect good manners even at sea. Many will find their own idyllic place to fish in our archipelago, as long as we take care not to behave disturbingly towards other water movers, residents, cottagers or other vacationers. The rules and regulations governing navigation and landing must, of course, be complied with. Also, remember the ethical rules of fishing in your operations, don’t take more fish up when you need it.
Main species and their fisheries
The distribution area of
perch is practically the whole of Finland. Perch has no undersize. Perch are well caught in coastal waters and are fished all year round. 2 million pounds of perch are caught annually by ice fishing alone. In addition to ice fishing, perch can be caught with a lure and a fishing rod.
Finland Archipelago Sea
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