Majestic sceneries of Siperia Island.
Lake Tarjannevesi is characterised by a splendid range of rock-lined islands, long reedy shores and major depth variations. Located in the Northern Tampere Region, this lake of rugged beauty is a great pike and zander site.
|It’s a good idea to go after big pike in deeper waters.|
|Potential pike fishing sites include Purnunlahti Bay and its mouth area, Huilahti Bay, the waters close to Kauttakala Island, the sounds towards the Hauhuunvesi area, Syvinginsalmi Strait and the island area in the vicinity of Visuvesi village centre. The numerous mid-lake shallows make for great pike spots and in the summer you can catch a big pike close by while jigging for zander.|
|There are more than enough fishing grounds in the island area of Lake Tarjannevesi.|
|Island areas and mid-lake shallows|
Zander can be found in abundance throughout
the water area. You can go after zander in places such as the western and
northern sides of Siperia Island and from there through to the northern side
of Honkanen Island, the mouth areas of Pohjaslahti Bay and Syvinginsalmi
Sound, as well as the areas surrounding Kuhakari Islet located to the north
of Pöykkysaari Island. In these areas, a troller may also catch a brown
trout on the end of their line on top of deeps and at the edges of banks.
|The zander stock in Lake Tarjannevesi has become stronger during the 21st century.|
|Lakes Visuvesi, Vaskivesi and Toisvesi|
|Lakes Visuvesi and Vaskivesi
(46.2 km2 in total) are part of the same water route as Lake Tarjannevesi.
Big zander and pike are among the game species pursued in this water area
that becomes narrower and narrower on its way towards the Town of Virrat.
Home to a ruggedly beautiful island area,
Lake Vaskivesi has great depth variations and the Oikanselkä area, in
particular, is renowned for its big pike. Lake Visuvesi is shallower. You
can try to catch zander in places such as the areas surrounding the
Savisaari beacon on Lake Vaskivesi and the shallow off the shore of
Mustinsaari Island in the Visuselkä area of Lake Visuvesi.
|The peace and beauty of nature..|