Fishing is the most popular hobby in our country, it has been calculated that more than one million Finns go fishing every year. A major part of these people fish for fun during their free time, they are so called recreational or sport fishermen.
Perälammit are home to inherent fish, perch, roach and pike.
Perch is a freshwater gamefish most commonly found in small ponds, lakes, streams or rivers. Perch are green colored with dark vertical stripes and red-orange fins and tail. Perch are usually 15-30 cm long and they weight 50-350 grams. They live about 6 years.
Roach is a fresh- and brackish-water fish. They are usually about 15-25 cm long and weight maximum 500 grams. Roach has red eyes, fins and tail. Its body has grey colouring and large scales.
Pike live in brackish and fresh waters in the Northern Hemisphere. It is a vibrant species with a wide range of habitats that survives in a wide variety of lakes and rivers as well as in the low-salt Baltic Sea.