Flowing in a lush verdant leafy landscape in the heart of Satakunta County, the Kokemäenjoki Rivers Nakkila Rapids offers with the help of our skilled guides a good possibility for angling the upstream migrating salmon, sea trout or rainbow trout. The Nakkila Rapids are one of the most certain, if not exactly the most certain place in Finland to meet a seatrout that has just swum up from the sea. There are 7 beautiful locations of rapids and water flow areas in the territory of the Nakkila municipality. With the river boats at our disposal it is possible to move in the area of all these rapids irrespective of the water conditions.
In low water conditions fishing is splendid from the riverbank. In high water conditions, the boat and the spinning pier of our company designed for such conditions will be needed. The water in the Kokemäenjoki River is sometimes turbid from rainfalls but is well fishable during the most of the fishing season. The Nakkila Rapids are often challenging for a first-timer, but already one day in the company of our guide will give you lots of know-how for your future trips.
Salmon: At Nakkila Rapids you can fish the king of fishes in a trip guided by our company. The salmon swims up the river starting from the Midsummer Day and the fishing season continues until the freezing period. The surest fishing period for salmon is autumn.
Sea trout: The Nakkila Rapids are one of the most certain, if not exactly the most certain place in Finland to meet the sea trout that has just swum up from the sea. The sea trout swims up the river during the whole open water period. The most abundant migration takes place in spring and autumn, but also in summertime big sea trouts swim up the river. The medium size of the sea trout is very big at Nakkila Rapids, the biggest fish stretching the scales up to eight kilograms.
Rainbow trout: At Nakkila Rapids it is possible to fish the rainbow trout during the whole open water period. The catch is a topmost certainty. The catch size rainbow trout is released in the fishing area all the time from spring to autumn.
Other fish: The river is abundant especially in zander, perch, asp and chub