When you go towards Nordingrå from the E4 from Gallsäter, the first village in Nordingrå is Binböle.
Right next to the highway is Binböletjärn, a little gem for anglers in general and for anglers in particular.
There are both trout and char in the pond, and new fish are released annually by Binböletjärn's fishing area association.
The fact that Binböletjärn is so close to the road means that accessibility to the lake is good, and there is also excellent parking at the exit road towards Nora.
Half the shoreline is along the road and in winter it is not many meters to walk before you can drill your hole and start fishing.
There are no docks adapted for the disabled, but if you don't have too severe disabilities, it's still perfectly possible to go fishing.
Pimple fishing in the pond is excellent, but also fishing in the spring and early summer can give good results.
Of course, it is also possible to fish during the rest of the summer and autumn, although the fish are usually more difficult to hook then.
Suitable fishing methods are (apart from pimping during the winter) angling, spin fishing and to some extent fly fishing.
The association releases fish in the form of char in the pond annually and tries to maintain and develop the lake as a popular sport fishing water.
There are also trout that are self-reproducing in the lake.
Fishing licenses can be bought from Nordingrå Järn at Nordingråvallen. It is also possible to call one of our contact persons for help with the purchase of a fishing license.
Organization number: Har ej
Binböletjärn's fishing association was formed in 1965 by the property owners (ten in total) in Binböle and Åsäng who had fishing rights in Binböletjärn.
It was then decided to treat the lake with rotenone to get rid of pike, perch and roach etc. and then to plant noble fish.
The only original fish species that survived the rotenone treatment was tench, which can still be caught fishing in the lake today, albeit quite rarely.
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