FISHING REGULATIONS

Within the licence area the following tackles / fishing methods are allowed:
Hand held tackles:

Spinning rod
Trolling equipment
Fly rod
Coarse-fishing rod
Jigging tackle
Ice-fishing rods

Other fishing methods:

Long-line - Longline fishing is permitted, providing the longline is properly weighted to the bottom and has a maximum of 100 hooks. Bouys must be used at either end, but no intermittant floats are permitted.
Tip-ups - Maximum 10 at a time.

 

RULES FOR THE FISHING OF PIKE PERCH

Minimum measurement: 45cm
There is a complete fishing ban on pike perch from May 15 to June 15.

 

CATCH & RELEASE

To help maintain a sustainable fishery, please only catch what you will use. Of you catch fish that you do not need, please release it back into the water.

When using Catch & Release, please do consider the fact that the fish is alive and that is fragile out of water. Do handle it as little as possible as to not damage its spine, gills or internal organs.

 

THE SWEDISH RIGHT OF PUBLIC ACCESS

The Swedish Right of Public Access law is unique, and even though called a "right" by name it also points several obligations in the visitor to the Swedish countryside. Please read the information provided by the Swedish Envronmental Protection Agency, by following link below, to learn the do's and don'ts of this law before you enter the countryside.

Link updated 2008-04-08:
The Right of Public Access

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