Gyllebosjön is one of Österlen's few lakes, with an area of approximately 35 ha = 350,000 m². It is beautifully situated in the hilly forest landscape in south-eastern Scania, surrounded by old broadleaf forests and natural pastures. Lake Gyllebo is part of a Natura 2000 area, and in 2009 the Gyllebo nature reserve was formed to cover the lake and the immediate surroundings. Gyllebosjön is the largest lake in Österlen. It is a deep spring lake with relatively clear water and a rich fish fauna.
The lake is home to many natural fish species; such as pike, perch, tench, rudd, bream, zander, roach. In addition, walleye were planted in the 2000s.
There are also many floating leaves and underwater plants in the lake, including yellow water lily, hornwort and sedge. Along the bottom of the lake lies the "Munkaryggen", a rolling stone saucer.
Launching of the boats normally takes place in the first half of April. Admission normally seen in the second half of November.
Gyllebosjöns fiskevård has years since the late 1950s. The association's purpose is to promote fishing in Gyllebosjön.
Organization number: 202100-2346**Register-keeping authority (e.g. a County Administrative Board)
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