Ormsjöort's fishing area is in southern Lapland, in Dorotea municipality. The area is approximately 3 miles from the town center Dorotea, from which it is about 5 miles to Vilhelmina, about 17 miles to Östersund and about 21 miles to Umeå.
The area offers several different types of fishing. Fishing from a boat can be made advantageously in Ormsjön, where there are both coarse trout, whitefish, perch and pike. In Langångån, the area's largest flowing water, a very good harrier and trout fishing is offered. Here it is recommended to fly or spin fishing, which gives dividends almost every time.
There are a number of parsons in the area where fish are regularly planted in different sizes. The tigers are very suitable for both summer and winter fishing. For those who like bäckmete there are also a few nice streams in the area with plenty of brookage.
Summer fishing in the area offers great variations, ranging from Ormsjö storöring water to small charters like Skarpabborrtjärn and Långtjärn. If you prefer flowing water, there is a high class of Långseleån where both large harrots and trout are common. Finally there are a number of streams with plenty of brookage. During the winter months it is great to pimple charcoal in one of the many ponds or harrots in Långseleån.
The fish in the Ormsjöort fishing area [OOFVO] is managed by Ormsjöortens fiskevårdsområdsforening [OOFVOF]. Within the area there are a number of fish supervisors who act as fish card controllers. All fish supervisors are appointed by the County Administrative Board.
Ormsjöort's fishing area [OOFVO] is located in Dorotea municipality in southern Lapland, within the river Långseleån and Rörströmsälven river basin. The area begins approximately 24 km northwest of the town Dorotea and continues two to three miles north-west along the road Sju Älvar towards Borgafjäll. Within the area are the villages of Västra Ormsjö, Östra Ormsjö, Barnäs and Lövstrand.Customer number: 1065, Area: 1030.
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