Lelång is an approximately 5000 ha large and 50 km long lake in northwestern Dalsland and southwestern Värmland. The lake is part of the Dalsland Canal's lake system. The lake has undergone intensive fishing and water conservation work, where, among other things, large releases of golden trout, salmon and lake trout have been made. This work has made the lake well known as a very good fishing water today in sport fishing circles. Rice vases are placed in different places in the lake to improve perch fishing. Lelången today is divided into 2 fisheries conservation areas North and South lelången.
This area has one or more fishing spots available for disabled. For more information, please see the fishing area map, or contact Norra Lelångs FVOF.
Free fishing for children and adolescents up to the age of 11. (Special rules or exceptions may apply, Read more...)
Norra Lelång's fish conservation area was registered in 1992. The association comprises about 380 properties. Objective of the association: • Carefully manage and develop fishing in the area with an ecological perspective • Increase interest in fishing and be able to fish