(12/2023)

Lapinkoski Oy supports the restoration of drainage basin of the river Simojoki. The sales revenue of the popular Lapinkoski Trucker Caps for the 2023 season has now been channeled through WWF for the benefit of Simojoki. In the future, we aim to increase the selection of our salmon wellness products. All the income of these type of products will be directed to the benefit of the Simojoki area and wild salmon.

WWF's "Metsäpurojen puolesta" -program aims to restore small rivers and streams as well as mire areas which are important part of water and fishery wellness. According to WWF, the wild salmon in the river Simojoki is one of the most important targets for the future.

The funds we collect now and in the future will be marked for the benefit of the river Simojoki. You can find more information about the program "Metsäpurojen puolesta" on the WWF website WWF Suomi

We want to encourage all local actors to participate in the restoration of the Simojoki area! By buying a Lapinkoski "For the benefit of Simojoki" product or by making a direct donation, e.g. through WWF. Note! please ask WWF to earmark the donated funds for the restoration of the river Simojoki and its wild salmon.

Sales for salmon season 2024 has started! The peak season for baltic salmon starts at the beginning of June. Lapinkoski fishing and recreation area is located in the center of the river's best salmon, grayling and pig pike fishing areas. We allow only max two groups in the area at them same time. Book a well-eguipped log cabin, get your rod and come to us. As our guest, you can also book a professional fishing guide. We also rent high quality fishing gears for salmon, grayling and big pike fishing. From our webstore you can find Hardy flyfishing gears and Daiwa & Okuma spinning gears and other fishing accessories for your stay. You are always free to contact direct to us info@lapinkoski.fi or watsup/txt/call +358503643942

Fishing guiding in the river Simojoki and other areas nearby are now available for 2024 season. Lapinkoski's guides are a top team of experts in different fishing techniques; with our professional guides each of them are specialized in different style of fishing methods; fly fishing, BIG pike fishing with a fly or spinning, harling, trolling and ice fishing. We aim to offer you a memorable fishing experience according to your wishes.

You can now book accommodation for the Northern Light season - see our webstore for available dates and come chase the Arctic lights in the Lapinkoski Recreation and Accommodation area! Due to high demand, we have just opened two extra cabins for the Xmas travellers. The extra cabins are located in Lohiranta area near Lapinkoski. Have a look and book your accommodation in a unique place on the shore of the river Simojoki. You are always free to contact direct to us info@lapinkoski.fi or watsup/txt/call +358503643942

We are easily accessible from Oulu or Rovaniemi Airports, just an hour's drive away. From Lapinkoski it's 1,5 hour drive to the Santa Claus village in Rovaniemi, 1 hour to the Ranua Zoo, 45 minute drive to Kemi where you can visit the snow castle or icebreaker Sampo. Just a 15min walk from Lapinkoski there is also a restaurant Lohiranta (open daily 1st of June - 31th of Aug, other times upon reservation, for groups only). By car you can also easily access a husky farm, a petting zoo and a reindeer farm. The Lapinkoski area is also a great base camp if you wish to visit the Martinmoaapa mire conservation area for trekking, fishing or chasing the Northern Lights.

Older topics Autumn 2023

Big pike season has begun! Autumn and winter time is an excellent time to raise your pike record to a new level! Our guides are ready to take you out on a boat or icefishing to offer you a memorable pike fishing day on the river, lake or the seaside. For more information, please check the offers in our webshop or mail us at info@lapinkoski.fi

Small game hunting season has started and it lasts until January 31, 2024. We are surrounded by one of the largest state-owned small game hunting areas in Finland.