A pause from the fishing with some extra food for the hungry ones.
Photo: Mikael Båth, 2015 – The Ställman family with friends at Giertsbäcken
Family & Friends
We have considerable experience working with young people and beginners, which is ideal for families where perhaps only one or two are familiar with angling.
Usually we go to a nice grayling water where experienced as well as beginners can have a really fun fishing. We help out with everything needed and see to that everyone in the group is enjoying themselves.
Of course, we cook over an open fire in the muurikka and make sure the coffee pot is running, fishing should be an enjoyable experience.
Mikael Båth, 2015 (The first day of fly fishing, only minutes before the first grayling!)
Mikael Båth, 2015 (The first grayling, not the biggest but well worth remembering.)
Mikael Båth, 2015 (A nice trout that we kept this day.)
Mikael Båth, 2008 (Näsbergstjärn with a view of Ammarfjället)
Mikael Båth, 2008 (Näsbergstjärn is perfectly suitable for float tube fishing)
Mikael Båth, 2008 (The windshield by Näsbergstjärn)
Mikael Båth, 2008 (On the way home with a view of the village)
Char fishing in mountain lakes
Many visitors have char fishing high up on their wishing list, and we at Guidecenter always try to meet our guests' desires.
The tarn Näsbergstjärn is approximately at 700 meters above sea level in fine birch forest with wonderful views towards the mountain Ammarfjället. We walk up to the lake and naturally carry good food and drink to make our day.
When you move up the mountain, you’re more exposed to the weather and we plan our fishing day according to current conditions to optimize our fishing.