Rönninge FVOF

 

Flaten, Uttran och Dånviken

  Stockholms län / Salem, Botkyrka and Södertälje Municipality.

The fisheries conservation area extends between the municipalities of Södertälje, Salem and Botkyrka, most of the association's water is in the municipality of Salem. The surroundings are typical of the Sprickdal landscape on Södertörn. Dånviken and Flaten are relatively small and shallow while Uttran is larger and is at its deepest 16 meters.

In Uttran there are perch, birch, bream, pike, pikeperch and yeast. The perch stock in particular is both in good condition and has large individuals.

In Flaten and Dånviken there are pike and perch. There is an implanted population of pikeperch in Uttran.

The lakes are relatively eutrophicated and are not expected to reach the set targets for environmental status in time, especially not with regard to eutrophication substances, mercury and certain brominated flame retardants. Nevertheless, measured values are below the limits of what is considered to be suitable food in fish from the lakes.

All the lakes' water flows via the Tumbaån river out into Lake Albysjön to Lake Mälaren and then out into the Baltic Sea.

 Free fishing for children and adolescents up to the age of 17.

Fish species


Perch

Normal

Pike

Normal

Zander

Normal

Uttran

Common bream

Normal

Uttran

Ruffe

Normal

Uttran

Silver Bream

Normal

Uttran
 

Rönninge FVOF

Organization number: 812800-3145

Rönninge Fisheries Conservation Area Association protects fishing and fisheries management, among other things by deciding on fishing rules, issuing fishing licenses, carrying out fishing inspections and monitoring, planting fish and evaluating the stock through trial fishing.

The association also protects the aquatic environments in the area.

Customer number: 1043, Area: 1006.

Contact persons

Staffan Danielsson:
076 - 888 19 16



  

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