SFA student spends summer north of the Arctic Circle


When Kyle Vyers said the location of his summer internship was remote, he did not exaggerate. Vyers, an SFA forestry wildlife management student within the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, spent six weeks at Tjuonajokk, a Swedish fishing camp accessible only by helicopter or hydroplane.

Despite the camp’s remote location 120 miles inside the Arctic Circle, anglers from around the world flock to the camp to indulge in world-class fly-fishing and breathtaking mountain vistas.

While Vyers had the opportunity to fish, his primary focus was the daily operation of the camp, which included tasks that ranged from cleaning to construction.

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