Göta älv is Sweden's largest watercourse and has virtually all of Sweden's freshwater species.
The river is approximately 10 m deep and the edges are usually stranded with explosive stones. The best way to fish in the river is from a boat, as access from land is not the best. Boat sites can be found in Surte, Kungälv, Nol and in the mouth of Grönån next to the parking lot. The area includes Göta River from the Jordfallsbron to the border with the Municipality of Lilla Edet, as well as Grönån's headquarters except for Forån, where fishing is allowed up to the road bridge in Skepplanda.
The Ale fish is an umbrella organization and consists of fish clubs in the municipality of Ale. We manage the fishing and engage in fishing in the river and the tributaries.
Niklas Duarte Ljungberg:
070 - 832 38 96