Will receive:

  • English-speaking guide & Tansfers
  • Ice fishing instruction (or fishing instruction in the summer and autumn),
  • Dinner...if you catch anything!

Requirements:

  • It is a fundamental health and safety requirement that none of your party are intoxicated with alcohol.

Minimum persons:

6

Maximum persons:

75

Duration (door to door):

4 hour(s)

Next time you hear a bloke down the local pub showing off about the size of the fish he caught in the local river you can tell him you have been ice fishing in sub-zero temperatures on a frozen Estonian lake! Leaving Tallinn, we take you to a frozen lake or fishing farm, teach you to drill a hole and bait a line. Plenty of local drinks are thrown in to keep you warm and, once you have caught one of the local critters, we cook the fish for dinner. 

 

 

During the Summer months we offer the opportunity for you and your group to catch, cure, salt or grill the fish caught by you with the help of our fish specialists in a far less icy habitat! The gutting, smoking and grilling are all inclusive and give you the chance to sit back and enjoy the fantastic bar and sauna complex.

 


Don't worry.....Fully licensed experts will work with you to give you the best chance of catching dinner.

 

 

A 30-minute drive outside of Tallinn in the Estonian countryside, the area is home to one of the country’s oldest manor houses, which contains a natural history museum, and a park full of trees & plants, with over 100 species of birds resident.

 

 

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