Östervall Skog FVO characterized by a beautiful forested with quantities of water of different sizes. The largest lakes, East Lake and Stream, represents the last part of the Dalsland Canal, which stretches from Lake Vänern. Fishing pressure in the area is very low and you can find your favorite places where you can be alone without any problems. The largest lakes are so-called spricksjöar, that is quite narrow and deep lakes with relatively clear nutrient-poor waters. Such water often harbors populations of large pelagic adults living predatory fish, and our lakes are no exception. We also have lots of smaller lakes where all are fine populations of pike and perch and some houses even natural trout populations. In addition to that you will also put-and-take in the area where Hult Tarn is the most popular.
Östervall Skog FVO was established in 1989 to promote and develop the fisheries and fish conservation. The fishing area consists of about 500 owners of fishing spread over 12-13 homestead. Fishery Conservation Association is active in the fishery conservation work through different environment promoting fisheries conservation measures to create favorable conditions for sustainable fish populations, interesting both for tourism and subsistence fishers.