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A unique chance to experience the natural rivers and streams that populate the Dzukija National Park, which covers 10,587 hectares, 85% is forest cover, which is known for considerable numbers of elk, deer, wild boar, wolves and foxes. This beautiful landscape is scoured by 40 to 50 metre valleys.
Exclusive packages to the Neris river, Merky's river, Ula river, Salcia river, Zeimena river and the Visincia river plus many other small streams and brooks holding brown trout, sea trout, salmon and record sized grayling.
Most rivers and streams we will fish have never seen an artificial fly and are well of the beaten track so no angling pressure is also guaranteed.
Our Lithuanian lodge is designed to provide its guests, not only with a superb fishing experience, but a place to unwind, relax and enjoy the luxurious comfort.
Our lodge features private rooms with attractive dining and sitting rooms and a wonderful view over looking breath-taking scenery. The lodge has a fully stocked bar, B-B-Q area, and a spacious sauna and spa, which is at your leisure.
The lodge is situated on the doorstep to Dzukija National Park giving you more time by the water and less time travelling to and from our waters.
The countryside is full of wildlife such as deer, elk, fox and wild boar not to mention the wonderful oak trees that populate the valley slopes.
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Numerous airlines fly into Vilnius International airport. Please check at your local travel agent.
Vilnius is served by most European International Airports.
Please contact us for any information regarding travel to Lithuania.
We are happy to help with your travel arrangements.
April 1st to December 31st.
Temperate climate similar to UK, New York, Boston.
Chest waders are recommended.
February to April can be very cold, wet so some warm clothing is necessary with a waterproof warm jacket and thermal under clothes..
A rod class 4 to 6 will suit most situations with a double taper / weight forward - floating flyline.
A rod class 7 to 9 with a sinking tip can be used for those interested in sea trout and salmon fishing.
Flies will be supplied but you may bring your own. A full list of patterns will be provided on booking.
Hook sizes can vary from 2 to 24 depending on season and conditions.
5 days / six nights - ALL INCLUSIVE
3 persons €538 / $698 / £368 per person
2 persons €740 / $960 / £506 per person
1 person €1345 / $1746 / £919
Rate includes guide service, lodging, meals, transport and licences.
Special rates for stays exceeding five days.
We are also happy to arrange weekends breaks and long weekends - Thursday to Sunday or Friday to Monday. Contact Us for details
50% deposit required to secure your holiday.
Please enquire about visa regulations.
We'll be honest with you - Lithuania is quality fishing.
Having one of our guides with you is the utmost of importance.
They know the country, rivers and what to use and how.
They can spot the fish - which at times - can be difficult to see.
There are so many rivers, streams and brooks in Lithuania that it would take a lifetime to experience them all. The waters are well of the beaten track and untouched, set hidden in forests and valleys.
Most if not all - have crystal clear waters where browns average 3 to 4lb with 5lb+ a common sight.
Grayling are the jewel reaching up to 2lb+.
Sea trout and salmon reach double figures and offer additional excitement and game.
Full instruction is available from the beginner seeking to expand his or her new discovery, to the more experienced angler wanting to brush up on those already acquired skills.
Ripley Davenport is known for his patience and clear uncomplicated instruction with many years of experience and knowledge.
Dry fly and nymphing techniques are his specialty.. Choosing the right fly is essential along with careful presentation. Every fish is a testament to the fine waters of Lithuania.
Our guides will offer the right arsenal of information to ensure your success.
Full casting instruction, riverside Entomology, stalking, presentation, and reading the water are all included.
In addition, Catch and Release ethics and the careful handling of fish are detailed, which extends ethical consideration to the fragile eco-system.