Resident’s angling permit for rivers, Enontekiö 1520
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The Enontekiö resident’s angling permit for rivers is issued for rod fishing in salmon and trout migration areas located in state-owned waters within the municipality of Enontekiö.
A free fishing permit is issued to residents for fishing in other state-owned waters within their home municipality. Read more about fishing permits for residents of Northern Lapland.
A resident’s angling permit for rivers is a season permit, which is issued to all residents of the municipality if they so wish. The permit is issued individually at cost price. The price is specified in the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry regulation on fees.
Areas covered by the Enontekiö resident’s angling permit for rivers
The Enontekiö resident’s angling permit for rivers entitles residents to fish with a rod in river areas falling within state-owned waters, including in the following Metsähallitus angling permit areas:
- 1550 Lätäseno-Poroeno (PDF map, 14 Mt, opens in a new tab)
- 1554 Palojoki-Hietajoki (PDF map, 8 Mt, opens in a new tab)
- 1556 Ounasjoki-Käkkälöjoki-Pöyrisjoki (PDF map, 19 Mt, opens in a new tab)
In Muonionjoki and Könkämäeno, the river permit entitles the holder to fish in Finnish state waters from the municipal boundary of Enontekiö to Kilpisjärvi. Under an agreement between Finland and Sweden, the permit only entitles the holder to fish species other than salmon and trout. Fishing for salmon and trout requires a joint permit from Tornionjoki-Muonionjoki-Könkämäeno 2502, which can be purchased from the Eräluvat online shop.
State-owned water areas can be seen on the Excursionmap.fi website.
Angling permit areas are shown in violet on the map.
Resident’s angling permit for rivers, Enontekiö
Permit area mapEi karttaa tällä hetkellä Lapland, Enontekiö
Purchasing a permit
Permits for 2023 become available on 27 February 2023.
|Season permit, adult||40 €|
|Season permit, under 18 years of age||0 €|
Please note that free permits for minors must be redeemed at a customer service point.
Service number 020 69 2424 (Mon–Fri 9 AM–3 PM)
Fell Lapland Visitor Centre (nationalparks.fi)
Peuratie 15, 99400 Enontekiö
Telephone +358 206 39 7950
Ivalo Customer Service (nationalparks.fi)
Ivalontie 10, 99800 Ivalo
Telephone +358 206 39 7701
Permit terms for the areaFishing period: Muonionjoki-Könkämäeno: Fishing is permitted between 23 May and 15 September. Palojoki-Hietajoki: Fishing is permitted between 23 May and 15 September, except for salmon and trout, which are protected beginning on 1 September. Lätäseno-Poroeno: Fishing is permitted between 23 May and 15 September, except for salmon and trout, which are protected beginning on 1 September. In other waters covered by the permit, fishing is permitted during the meltwater period, with the exception of salmon and trout, which are protected between 1 September and 30 November.
Under an agreement between Finland and Sweden, the permit does not entitle the holder to fish for salmon and trout in Muonionjoki River and Könkämäeno River. Fishing in Muonionjoki and Könkämäeno is only permitted in Finnish state waters. The permit does not entitle the holder to fish in Swedish state waters.
The permit does not entitle the holder to fish in privately-owned waters.
The permit does not entitle the holder to fish with traps.
|Trout||2 fish / day|
|Salmon||2 fish / day|
Catch sizes and protection periods
|Trout||At least 50 cm|
|Salmon||At least 60 cm|
|Grayling||At least 30 cm|
Check to see what protection periods apply under fishing restrictions of the Enontekiö fishing area (enontekionkalatalousalue.fi) (in Finnish)
Water temperature has a significant impact on the survival of salmonids after they are released. When water temperatures approach +20 °C, you should use judgement before you decide to fish for salmonids. In waters warmer than this, fishing for salmonids should be avoided. In such situations, it is advisable to focus on species that are more resistant to heat, such as zander, pike and perch. See guidelines for responsible fishing.