The fisheries conservation area extends from the village of Vemhån in the south to Henvålen in the north, with the Jämtland border in the east to the river Ljusnan in the west. Vemhån, Björnrike, Vemdalen and Vemdalsskalet as tourist-intensive resorts with good general service for tourism.
- The fisheries conservation area offers a varied and well-managed fishing in both mountain and forest landscapes, lakes as well as ponds and fine currents. The area is well signposted where roads and paths lead to most waters. The area is also well supplied with windbreaks / fireplaces at most fishing waters.
- Veman , which gave name to the valley, is a unique unregulated watercourse that is the artery of the valley and on long distances easily accessible from the road. Many are the streams that supply Veman with fresh water from the heights on both sides and where grayling and trout have their playgrounds. Veman offers excellent current fishing for grayling and trout. Knåpen and Borrströmmen are perhaps the most famous stretches, as is Sälströmmen where catch and release applies.
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We also want to recommend eight ponds with planted precious fish;
Storvåndtjärn, Bergtjärn, Rundstenstjärn, Hanakamtjärn, Järpbäcksdammen, Varggranstjärn, Oxsjön and Styggtjärn.
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Organization number: 892600-3925
The purpose of Hån-Vemdalen's FVOF is to coordinate the fishing industry's fishing and fishing activities, to promote the common interests of fish owners, taking into account the regulations governing the fishing activities and the granting of fishing rights to the public.
The association manages the fish in the Hån-Vemdalen fishing area in Vemdalen's parish, Härjedalen municipality, Jämtland County.
The area consists of fishing in the properties that have fishing rights in all water areas within Kyrkbyn, Hån and Kvisthåns shift stroke and within Henvålen in Vemdalen.