Finspångs FVF

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Lillskiren, Dovern och Näfssjön m fl vatten

  Östergötlands län / Finspång Municipality.

About 15 lakes in and around Finspång which offer excellent fishing for members and visitors.

The majority of all lakes contain naturally occurring pike, perch, pike and whitefish species. Support transplantation is carried out in cases where the association operates.

Lilla Skiren (Lillskiren) is the association's put and take lake and has implanted rainbow and trout from excellent cultivations. Fish are put in regularly during the year.

Some lakes are managed by the association which requires a special membership in the Association's Fly Fishing Section and a special fee must be paid. Contact the association if interested.

The association sells crayfish in Lake Bönnern. Contact the association for more information.

The following waters are available in the fishery area: Lilla Skiren (Lillskiren), Dovern, Näfssjön, Älgsjön, Norrsjön, Bleklången, Bönnern, Skuten, Väsmern, Mäseln, Lillsjön, Åmlången, Gron, Lotorpsån, Bleken, Kalven, Kalen, Kalven.

 This area has one or more fishing spots available for disabled. For more information, please see the fishing area map, or contact Finspångs FVF.
 In this area, there is one or more "put and take" waters.
 Free fishing for children and adolescents up to the age of 11.
 Only in company with a keeper / adult / person who holds a valid fishing license (on his quota)

Fish species


Perch

Plentiful

Pike

Plentiful

Brown Trout

Plentiful

Endast i Put and Take sjöar

Rainbow trout

Plentiful

Endast i Put and Take sjöar

Zander

Common

Roach

Common

Smelt

Common

Signal crayfish

Normal

I vissa sjöar. Föreningen säljer kräftlotter. Se hemsida.

Burbot

Normal

Tench

Normal

Eel

Normal

Fridlyst

Vendace

Normal

Ide

Few

Asp

Few

Rödlistad
 

Finspångs FVF

Organization number: 825001-3185

Logo Finspångs FVF

The association in its present form was formed in 1977, but fishery work goes back to the 1930s in various forms. The Fisheries Conservation Association strives to provide a fishing water that is productive and sustainable in the long term. This means that the water's opportunities for fish production must be exploited and that the fishing rules must be adapted to the ecological conditions and the association's goals. Examples of measures to improve fish reproduction include the planting of fish as well as the creation of playwatches and other favorable areas for the fish.

Customer number: 1159, Area: 1119.

Contact persons

Henrik Pettersson:



  

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