FISHING – SWEDEN, MÖRRUM
Fishmaster will arrange hosted fishing trips to Sweden, Mörrum River. Fly fishing or spin fishing for seatrout and salmon. River Mörrum is a world famous seatrout river. The fishing guide will be Jouni Rauha from Fishmaster.
Mörrum is one of the best salmon rivers in Sweden and flows into the Baltic sea in Southeastern coast through Mörrum town. Mörrum is famous for big size salmon, the biggest are around 20 kilos and big seatrout, biggest are over 10 kilos.
FLY FISHING, SPIN FISHING
The Mörrum Kronolax beat covers approximately 7 kilometres of the lower reaches of the Mörrum River with 32 pools, from Rosendala in the north, to Elleholm and the sea in the south. The beat suits excellently for fly fishing and spin fishing and there is a chance for very big seatrout and salmon.
For fly fishing for seatrout on Mörrum we recommend 12-15 ‘ foot double handed rods for lines #8-11 and suitable fly reels with good quality brakes. Sink tip, Intermediate or different sinking shooting heads are most used fly lines depending of water level and temperature. Spin fishing rods should be long handled and medium-heavy action with plenty of power for big fish and should be recommended for 1-2 oz lures.
Good fly patterns for Mörrum river are: Thunder & Lightning, Willie Gunn, Garry, Mickey Finn and Phatagorva. Good lures are spoons like Toby, Salamander, Krocodile, colours: silver, orange.
Accomodation for fishermen is in fishing cabin by the river. The cabin is well-equipped; There is a living room, a well equipped kitchen, several bedrooms for 2 persons, freezer, toilet, shower. Guests can cook their meals in the kitchen.
Anglers will take flight and/or car transport to Mörrum. Anglers will meet host Jouni Rauha from Fishmaster and other fishermen at Mörrum.
- Price: 890 eur/person
- Trip length: 3 and half fishing days/4 nights
- Group size: 1 guide + 3 fishermen
- Fishing trip includes: Accomodation, Fishing, Guiding
- Fishing trip does not include: Meals, Transports
- Species: Seatrout, Salmon
- Season: 1.3 – 30.9