Storsjön is a lake in central Jämtland. It is part of Indalsälven's water system and is Sweden's fifth largest lake. The lime-rich soil also gives the lake a natural defense against acidification. The lake is located in several elongated and wide coves such as Myrviken, Bergsviken, Brunfloviken and so on. Storsjön also has many different sounds such as the Baltic Strait, Vallsundet, Sannsundet and Rödösundet. Storsjöbygden and Storsjön are sometimes described as an oasis in the wilderness, surrounded by high mountains in the west and large woodlands in the east. The mythical Storsjöodyret tros is in the lake. Storøön is a species of fish and fish. There are close to 20 different species of fish in the lake, where the most common is trout (called Storsjööring, Jämtlands landskapsfisk), redding, pike, perch, harrie, sik (five different species), roach and lake. Even elritsa, eel and simpa are found in Storsjön. Some fish species are also present in the lake as a result of human activity. Pungräkan established itself in the lake in the early 1970s after planting higher up in the Indalsälven as fish nutrients in regulated mountain lakes. After that, the fish fauna in Greater Zealand has been gradually expanded with canadian farming (from 1962) and Norway. Speculations around planted moths are based on an old saying, but there is no support for these speculations.
Störjön in Jämtland consists of four different fishing areas, Storsjön-Berg, Storsjön-Krokom, Storsjön-Åre and Storsjön-Östersund.
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