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 Teno River in 19th Century English Fishing Literature

Teno River in 19th Century English Fishing Literature The Teno River and its salmon have attracted travelers in the 19th century, even though the journey with the transportation available at the time was challenging. The first fishing tourists arrive ...

ABU’s first steps

ABU’s first steps Abu has been important to many Finnish fishermen. When Nyt nappaan arrived at the stores, it was always a sure sign of the summer, and it was read with great interest. The history of Abu is well known, and much has been written abou ...

Early and Medieval Fishing

Early and Medieval Fishing   The period defined by the title falls within the reign of the Catholic Church, from the early first millennium to the 16th century, coinciding with the beginning of the printing press. This era shares a common charac ...

Finnish Fish Literature

Finnish Fish Literature In Finland, the roots of fish literature reach back to the 18th century, when the first fish-related dissertations were published in Latin. The Royal Academy of Turku played a significant role as a publisher of these writings. ...

Finnish lures

Finnish lures   Finnish lures are renowned among anglers worldwide for their quality craftsmanship and effectiveness in catching various fish species, especially in the pristine waters of Finland and neighboring Nordic countries. These lures are ...

First fish book written by a Finn

First fish book written by a Finn   Ari Savikko The history of fish-related books written in Finland or by Finns dates back to the early 1700s. The Finnish writings of the fishing industry were dissertations, they were rather concise, and not ve ...

Fish Science at the Royal Academy of Turku

Fish Science at the Royal Academy of Turku   The first doctoral dissertations in the field of fisheries in Finland were carried out at the Royal Academy of Turku. Even there, fisheries were not very popular, and only ten writings or dissertation ...

Four Centuries of Fishing Books 1500-1600s

Four Centuries of Fishing Books 1500-1600s   Following centuries of advancements in book printing technology, a considerable number of fishing books were published by the 1900s. Compared to the span of time, they form “sparse, densening ru ...

In the Spirit of Juhani Aho: Changes in Rapids and Waters

In the Spirit of Juhani Aho: Changes in Rapids and Waters   National author Juhani Aho (1861–1921) was a passionate fly fisherman, a promoter of fisheries, and an advocate for the fish stocks in our rapids. His published fishing-related literatu ...

Juhani Aho, a national fixture on the mantelpiece

Juhani Aho, a national fixture on the mantelpiece Juhani Aho (previously known as Johannes Brofeldt) 11.9.1861–8.8.1921 has been celebrated nation-widely, previously in 2011, when it would’ve been his 150th birthday, and 90 years had passed since he ...

NEW FISHING METHODS IN THE NORTHERN RIVERS

NEW FISHING METHODS IN THE NORTHERN RIVERS There has been a well-known interest in salmon in Torniojoki as long as a man has lived by the river. Fishing methods have evolved, but it was already in 1738, when the most efficient one was introduced. And ...

Peter Artedi, the Father of Ichthyology

Peter Artedi, the Father of Ichthyology   Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus modestly stated, ‘God created the animals and plants, but I organized them.’ Well, he did indeed develop a scientific system for them, and all credit goes ...

The Fate of a Book Collection?

The Fate of a Book Collection? An eternal question is what happens to collections when the collector passes away. Especially, large book collections can be challenging to pass on to the next generation if there is no inherent interest in book collect ...

The Fish Tales of Kalevala

The Fish Tales of Kalevala Salmon  has had many different names. This reflects its significance. Salmon has been highly esteemed both on the dinner table and as a commodity for trade. Furthermore, it is associated with the rapids and the power of the ...

The History of Fish Farming in Finland

The History of Fish Farming in Finland The first steps in fish farming in Finland date back to the late 19th century. This period also saw the publication of the first fish farming guides. The credit for their publication goes to Finland’s firs ...

The History of Fly fishing

The History of Fly fishing   The history of fly fishing dates back thousands of years, and it has evolved significantly over time. Fly fishing is a unique angling method that involves using an artificial fly as bait to lure fish. Here is an over ...

Tornionjoki, Väylä

Tornionjoki, Väylä Tornionjoki (Torne älv in Swedish, Duortnoseatnu in Sami language, Tornionväylä in Meänkieli) is a river that’s 510 kilometres long, located in northern Sweden and Finland. The river begins from Sweden, but the downstream south fro ...

World’s rarest fish book?

World’s rarest fish book? Determining the world’s rarest fishing book isn’t straightforward. The existing number of books and their age are the most important factors that can be measured. The older it is, the less there are existing books left. When ...

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