Paid fisheries management fees totalled EUR 9.7 million last year. A comparison between regions reveals where Finland's most enthusiastic fishers live.
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Those purchasing a fisheries management fee on 2 November will receive their fishing card before Christmas. - The instructions!
The fisheries management fee for calendar year 2022 will be available for sale on 2 November 2021. All those purchasing the fisheries management fee for a full year on the first day of the sale will be sent a laminated fishing card before Christmas. Friends of traditional fish cards should already mark the day in the calendar, and remember their fishing partners as the festive season begins. Please read this letter carefully first.
Fisheries management fee for 2022 for sale on 2 November – Fishing permit for Christmas for the fastest. Read the instructions!
The fisheries management fee for calendar year 2022 will be available for sale on 2 November 2021. The fisheries management fee can be bought through the Metsähallitus' sales channels or R-kiosks throughout the country.
Fishing permits for Northern Lapland sold out in many areas – fishing still possible by paying the fisheries management fee
The summer fishing season in Lapland has been exceptionally busy: fishing permits have sold out in several locations. However, fishermen without a permit can still do lure fishing in many lakes and ponds by paying the state fisheries management fee.
One permit for thousands of fishing areas – the 2019 fisheries management fees are now available for payment
The fisheries management fee is an excellent investment in fishing waters and fishing – and it’s also a great gift idea for Father’s Day or Christmas. You can pay your fisheries management fee at authorised outlets: the Metsähallitus web store, permit service points, the permit service number at +358 20 69 2424, and all R-kioski shops in Finland.