If you want to experience some of the best grayling fishing Sweden has to offer, the river Kaitum ar Tjuonajokk will take some beating. The destination for the Arctic Waters team in this episode is so remote, they have to be helicoptered in. Tjuonajokk in the north of Sweden is inside the Arctic Circle, and the team stay in a camp that offers only the most basic of facilities. Here emphasis is placed on nourishing one's soul and living at one with the environment, even if it is rugged and inhospitable. What is has got going for it, and the reason why it attracts so many visitors every year, is one of the last untouched rivers in the world, the Kaitum, which is famous for its Grayling. Needless to say the guys have a pretty special time and show exactly why grayling fishing at Tjuonajokk in Sweden is just so incredible. To watch this video now, just login or register
The intrepid Arctic Waters team head to Lakselv in northern Norway, ready to try their hand at a variety of fishing. First up they take a boat out into the Arctic Ocean hoping to catch some monster Cod or Halibut, however stormy waters force them back and they have to start fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon on the Lakselva River a little earlier than planned. This too proves tougher than they imagined, but even though the fish prove somewhat elusive, they all agree that it's still easy to enjoy a trip such as this, when the scenery is so beautiful and they are in good company. To watch this video now, just login or register
The Arctic Waters team embark on an epic voyage to the Åland Islands, a Swedish speaking autonomous archipelago in the Baltic Sea. Its unique brackish waters are home to a wide variety of fish from Sea Trout and Salmon to Pike, Perch and Zander. And it's these predators that the team are targeting, casting lures from small boats. They also show that its great to eat what you catch, especially if you cook it yourself.
In this episode Juhani Henriksson and his Arctic Waters team travel to Kuhmo, in the Kainuu region of north east Finland, close to the Russian border. They are there to do some trout fishing but also to help with the annual conservation project the "Fight for Fish". The area has a large number of rapids and the locals are trying to find ways of improving the conditions for migrating fish to reach their spawning grounds. As well as showing how rewarding work such as this can be, the team are also inspired by the natural beauty and splendour of their surroundings. Register or Login now to watch this show
Kharlovka Part 2
Juhani Henriksson and his Arctic Waters team continue their fantastic trip to the awe inspiring Kharlovka on the Kola Penninsular in Russia. One of the guides 'Big Alex' has become a favourite with the guys and they spend a special day with him on a unique stretch of water, where they are into fish after fish. There's some great battles and plenty of ones that get away. However in another swim Jari does manage to net a 35lb plus fish that means he is presented with a commemorative ring, only 5 or 6 of which get given out each year. Happy days.
Kharlovka Part 1
The Arctic Waters team head off on another epic adventure, this time to the Kharlovka River on the Kola Peninsular in Russia. They are staying in the Atlantic Salmon Reserve camp in isolated splendour. They are the first guests of the year and are royally looked after, not only by the camp's chef and his team but also by the fishing guides, whose expert knowledge and experience of the area means that they are into the returning salmon in no time at all. Part 1 of 2
Juhani Henriksson and his Arctic Waters team head north in this episode, 300km inside the Arctic Circle to Lapland Hide a small resort that claims to be in "the middle of nowhere" and just about is. They are here with some guys from the WWF exploring the sustainability of salmon in Finland's northernmost rivers and how to increase their numbers in rivers across the whole country. Although remote, Lapland Hide does boast electricity and gourmet food prepared by an award winning chef, so they aren't exactly slumming it. Oh and there are some excellent Salmon and Whitefish to be caught in the Lätäseno River that runs past the back door.
Patagonia Part 1
"Vikings" superstar Jasper Pääkkönen joins the Arctic Waters team for a trip to Patagonia, Argentina. They're guests at Los Buitreras lodge on the Rio Gallegos, run by Swedish fly fishing fanatic Rikki Sjöberg. And they're in for a treat, as this remote location offers fly fishing for trophy Sea Trout to over 10kg in some stunning scenery. Part 1 of 2
Patagonia Part 2
The wind has got up to storm levels but "Vikings" superstar Jasper Pääkkönen and the Arctic Waters team are still enjoying their amazing trip to Patagonia, Argentina. They're guests at Los Buitreras lodge on the Rio Gallegos, run by Swedish fly fishing fanatic Rikki Sjöberg. The giant Sea Trout to be found here mean that PBs just keep getting broken. We also take a look at the trip the team made into the South American jungle to target Golden Dorado. Part 2 of 2
Two Beautiful Rivers
The pilot episode in a new series called Arctic Waters. In this episode the team visit two rivers in Northern Finland reknowned for their great fishing, the Tornio and the Ounas. This area is well set up for the travelling fisherman and their families with many lodges available during summer and it needs to be as Finland boasts the highest fishing participation level for fishing worldwide as over 50% of the population do so. The Ounas was once famed for salmon but due to obstacles the salmon no longer run but it remains a haven for trout and arctic grayling. The team and experts discuss the potential of the Ounas as a salmon river...could they thrive here again? The Tornio, on the other hand is possibly the most famous baltic salmon river in Finland with over up to 100,000 salmon spawning in the river each year. The rod catch isn't bad either with 10-20,000 caught on the river annually. The river is wide in places so must be fished with a boat but offers great opportunities for both fly and lure anglers. The show is presented in Finnish with English subtitles.
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