July 22, 2019 1 min read

Kengis Bruk week 34

lars munk kengis bruk

Do you want to catch a big fish under the midnight sun? Kengis Bruk is the place to be this summer. You have the chance to experience one of the best places for Baltic salmon at a great price, with private water, lodge accommodation, ghillie service and fantastic nature.

There is something special about Kengis Bruk, the chance of a big fish in a nice and relaxed atmosphere.

 

Kengis Bruk:

Chance of the fish of your lifetime

Easy access to the water

Authentic old swedish accommodation

Relaxed atmosphere

Ghillie service

 

Kengis Bruk in August:

 

Chance of a trophy sized coloured resident fish.

Big numbers of aggressive resident fish

Still fresh fish running

Mainly floating line fishing (easy fishing)

 

Hosted fishing week by Spey Brothers Ambassadeur Jussi Jurvelin

This is a self service and hosted week

Price for the week is 795€ per angler including the fishing, accommodation and ghillie service

Fishing starts August 19th at 00.01 and stops at August 24th at 23.59

 

Book your spot and further inquiries:

shop@speybros.com

lundaslak@gmail.com

 

The responsible business organising the week is Kengis Bruk AB. 

 

aslak lund kengis bruk

 



Also in Fishing

Results - Best Salmon Flies for 2019
Results - Best Salmon Flies for 2019

November 12, 2019 2 min read

The results for Best Salmon Flies for 2019 are now calculated and analysed. We will announce the top three patterns with comments and display some of the custom patterns that we're entered in the vote. 
Read More
The Redemption
The Redemption

September 19, 2019 2 min read

So how did it go in Secret river 2.0? Don't really know how to respond to that. Or if I even want to answer it. How the hell do you write about something that you want to keep secret? A fishing spot you want just for yourself, now that my usual favorite waters is floating past me and out of my life.
Read More
Late season high water and warm water conditions combined
Late season high water and warm water conditions combined

August 04, 2019 3 min read

It's not often that salmon anglers are faced with high, warm water conditions in the latter part of the season.

 

I have experienced this twice now in Norway, and this situation is most common on rivers with a lake above their system that has a big enough catchment to collect localized rainfall, and or rivers that are fed via glacial melt water.

Read More

Subscribe