Matildanjärvi is a pristine lake inside the Teijo Hiking Area in Southwest Finland. As an angling destination the lake is quite shallow and murky, yet it offers terrific fishing experiences. Fishing from a boat is recommended and boats may be rented from the visitor centre on the shore. Matildanjärvi is also accessible to physically disabled anglers.
All persons under 18 years of age receive a 50% discount on the permits and persons under 15 years of age are allowed to share the same fishing quota, with the permission of their parent or legal guardian. The family permit costs twice as much and its fishing quota is twice as large.
You can buy licences directly from the online store and pay using the
most common payment methods.
Metsähallitus' fishing licences may also be purchased by phone. The service is open on
weekdays from 9 AM to 4 PM.
As of 1 January 2020, mobile permits are no longer available. This is due to mobile network operator’s decision not to provide the current service anymore.
Note! If you are actively ice fishing (i.e., fishing with a rod) while simultaneously having a tip-up on the ice, you must have paid the national fisheries management fee.
|3 hour permit||1 salmonid|
|Day permit||3 salmonids / day|
|week permit||2 salmonids / day|
Note! In permits other than the week or family permit, the catch quota is max 3 salmonids / day regardless of permit type.
Anglers at Lake Matildanjärvi benefit from the comprehensive services of the Teijo Hiking Area. These include boat and cabin rentals, lean-to shelters, a caravan area and services and fishing structures designed specifically with physically disabled anglers in mind.
Teijon Kalamajat offers modest rental cabins in the Teijo Hiking Area and for lodgings with a bit more luxury, the Kirjakkala Ironworks Village is only a short distance away.
Boat rental: Natura Viva, Teijon Luontokeskus (https://naturaviva.fi/fi/teijonkansallispuisto)
Catch-sized rainbow trout is stocked into the waters every 2-3 weeks between May and September. During the winter season plantings are conducted once or twice.