Frequently Asked Questions

In Lapland, Finland.

The grouse hunting takes place near Levi village. It’s worth noting that the village of Levi is referred to as Sirkka on maps.

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Fishing expeditions are located in Käsivarsi region of Lapland.

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Take a flight to Kittilä airport. We will take care of you from there on.

The summer weather in Lapland is generally mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from around 13 to 25 degrees Celsius.

During late August, the nights can become cold, often reaching freezing temperatures. It is possible to wake up to frost-covered ground during this time.

The days are long, with extended daylight hours, offering a lot of time for fishing adventures. In June and July, there is basically 24 hour daylight time.

Mosquitoes are most active during July, and their numbers tend to decrease in August. The mosquito population can vary from year to year. For example, the summer of 2023 had relatively fewer mosquitoes. In early July, especially on warm, windless evenings, you might encounter a significant number of mosquitoes.

To address this, we utilize a product called Thermacell in our camp, which effectively keeps insects away from a limited area. Additionally, using a mosquito net around your head can be essential at times, and we provide you with one to ensure your comfort.

Lapland experiences moderate rainfall during the summer months. It’s a good idea to be prepared for rainy days, so bringing waterproof gear is mandatory. The average amount of rainfall during the summer months ranges from 30 to 60 millimeters.

The average day temperatures for September range from 5 to 10 degrees Celsius. In October, it’s around 0 to 5 degrees Celsius, and in November, it’s between -5 to -10 degrees Celsius.

These months typically experience rainfall, with November normally having snow. Some years snow comes already in October. Although there are several sunny days or weeks each month, the weather in Lapland can be unpredictable.

  • You’ll need a valid game management permit, which can be your national hunting license/card from your own country. With this permit, we can assist you in obtaining a Finnish hunting card.
  • You’ll also need a hunting license as a guest, issued by Metsähallitus, Wildlife Service Finland. We’ll guide you through this process.
  • Additionally, you should have the authorization to possess and use firearms.
  • If you intend to hunt moose, deer species, brown bear, or wild boar with a rifled firearm, you’ll need a shooting test certificate. A certificate from your own country will suffice.

Yes, you can. The rules and requirements vary depending on your country of origin. We will provide assistance in understanding and meeting these regulations.