Kaspars Holms

About me

I have been fishing since I was seven years old as both my grandmothers enjoyed fishing and my father often brought us along on his fishing trips. Since then I have been predator fishing with focus on pike, perch and zander. In my day job I work as IT manager but fishing technology is my true passion. I have 2 great daughters and I truly enjoy sharing my love for fishing with them and guiding them as they take their first steps into the world of fishing. They caught their first fish when they were only 3 years old.

Currently I am a  member of the Latvian National Fishing team angling from boats. I have spent the last 5 years in sports fishing as a member of the EboatFishingTeam which is one of the top fishing teams in Latvia.

I have also created a lot of content under https://www.facebook.com/eboatfishingteam/ where we promote fishing and share our experiences with the fishing community. I have also participated in many series of “Copes Garša” (Taste of fishing) – you can find it on YouTube in channel ”Copes Garša”.

My top achievements:

Gold – Winner of Latvian Predator Cup 2017
Silver – Latvian National Championship 2017
Bronze – World Championship from boats in UK – 2018
Bronze – Latvian National Championship 2018
Silver – Latvian National Championship 2019
*Won 3x times in a row in Latvian championship stage in lake – Alūksne

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Offer description

Kaspars offers fishing from boat in most of the larger Latvian lakes and rivers for small groups of 1-3 people. Mainly focusing on perch, pike and zander fishing all season long except for winter time. Kaspars considers his home waters to be all the lakes and rivers around Riga. Further away from the capital Kaspars also offers his services in lake Alūksne, Usma, Burtnieks, Rušons and river Daugava. Multiple boats can be arranged for larger groups. His experience and knowledge from sports fishing will always keep you close to the fish. You will learn different fishing techniques, he will also demonstrate how to use fishing sonars and how to look for fish without them.

Let’s go fishing!

 

Contact

Kaspars Holms