Värmland is located in the western parts of Svealand and borders in the south to Västergötland / Dalsland, in the west to Eastern Norway (Norway) and in the east to Dalarna, Västmanland and Närke.
Värmland is a very beautiful landscape that offers a very varied biotope. There are many deep forests, lakes and rivers, but first and foremost, nature is very varied. Here you can find everything from archipelagos, extensive forests, infinite lakes, mountain peaks, marshes and meadows. The large variation is due to changes in bedrock and soil, climate, humidity and lighting conditions prepared with human activity. Nature also offers a great variety of art.
Värmland is usually called the land of the Elk and the Wolfs. The most famous waters are Vänern and Klarälven, while other popular fishing waters include Fryken and Visten. In the giant Klarälvs system there is one of Sweden's most large and unique salmon stirring tribes.
"Had 2 children aged 7 and 10, they got a bit of a shock when we got to the wind shelter, there were whole remains of filleted fish, and very messy in place, so we had to start cleaning, there is a wind shelter, and we have to have joint responsibility because, leave it the way you want to come to it, order and order is appreciated enough by all, so try to think about it." Djäknetjärn
• 2 fish(es) Brown Trout at a total of 1.5 kg, Avg. Weight 0.75 kg. "2 rainbows, the eldest daughter took her first rainbow on a 3m pole. The joy and feeling was enormous."