Dreamfishing in Arjeplog

Focusing on fishing

It’s hard to imagine a better place for fishing than Arjeplog’s mountainous archipelago. From the wheeled, accessible fishing from Vaukaleden’s footbridges in the middle of Arjeplog, to the lakes you can only reach by helicopter or on foot. However and whatever you want to fish, you will enjoy Arjeplog.

Within the municipality of Arjeplog there are eight fly fishing beats totalling 105 km, i.e. over 100 km that are reserved only for fly fishermen. Here you can catch the fish of your dreams and experience an incomparably magnificent nature.

Cast spinners for the stately grayling of the Lais River, fish for trout alone in the larger streams around Vuoggatjålme and wrestle with super-heavyweight char from a trolling boat on the deep lake Tjeggelvas.

There is something for everyone and plenty of both space and fish so that there is enough for everyone, but of course we prefer that you release the catch you do not intend to eat.

If you don’t know where to start you can contact the Tourist information, GK’s Fish shop or look on the fishing map hereunder. 


Map over fishing areas

On this map of Arjeplog and the surrounding area you will find fishing areas marked. By clicking on the symbol to the left above the map, you will get a menu where you can see a list of all the map’s markings. You can then uncheck the red checkboxes that are highlighted to filter out things you are not interested in watching.

Please note that the map is under construction and is not yet complete.

Fishing rules in the mountains - The Arjeplog Card (Länsstyrelsen:
The county administrative board)

Here you will find information about the state’s water above the cultivation limit within Arjeplog municipality.

Read more on Länsstyrelsen homepage (in Swedish) 

Fishing guide - Pdf

Here you will find information about fishing in Arjeplog divided into seven  sub-areas of fishing (in Swedish)

Information about fish diseases

We take good care of our beautiful fishing waters.

In this brochure (in Swedish), we answer many of the questions we receive regarding fish diseases How can you tell if a fish is sick? Can you eat sick fish? How should you handle a fish that appears ill? We hope this brochure will be helpful to you, and last but not least, we welcome you to our wonderful fishing waters with hopes for successful fishing!