The Gulf of Finland is the Baltic Sea’s eastern arm, extending between Finland’s south coast and Estonia’s north coast, all the way to Saint Petersburg in Russia.
Finland’s coast boasts the world’s largest archipelago, with an incredible network of tens of thousands of picturesque islands and a strong maritime culture that includes a fierce passion for fishing. Urban lifestyle meets wild nature along the southern Finnish coast, making day fishing an ideal way to kick back and relax after a day at the office.
The region's strong stocks of pike, zander and perch enable year-round fishing, with the highest amount of pike weighing over ten kilos being found in this area. Other species native to the area include sea trout, zander, salmon, Baltic herring, whitefish, burbot, various cyprinids and grayling. Every seasoned angler has a preference for certain methods to land specific species, but most locals report good results with spinners or jigs when fishing for pike and perch, and they’re usually happy to share their tips and tricks with visiting guests.