Marslidens FVOF

Fishing permit Marslidens FVOF 


It is the duty of every fisherman to inform himself of the applicable regulations and limits.

The fish disease PKD (Proliferative kidney inflammation) has been detected in fish caught in Kultsjön.

This means that Marsliden's fishing area association issues additional requirements for everyone who visits our waters.

No boats/trailers outside our fishing limits may be launched in our waters without first being completely cleaned inside and out. The same applies to fishing gear etc. that have been used in other waters, they must also be cleaned well before they are allowed to be used in our water.

PKD is spread by a spore animal, Tetracapsuloides bryosalmonae, and occurrences must be reported to SVA. The sporangia is probably spread exclusively via infected water to new water areas through equipment that is frequently exposed to water.

We can do no more than introduce these rules with the hope of continuing to keep our water free from impacts.

More can be read:

PKD – State Veterinary Medical Institute

A clarification about Trout and Trout, these are slowly regrowing after many years of waning existence.
Hook lightly and drop back, a fair catch fits in a frying pan, so with mutual determination
together we provide better conditions for future experiences. Other species are not covered by this.

During the summer, there are a couple of invitations and prohibitions that have the task of creating a calm and pleasant
environment for everyone on and around the lake.

With regard to our water and our common endeavour, we wish to see caution when we are on the lake.

Taking into account how the bottom sediments build up over time and the problems when they are torn up, we want to call for reflection. We would like to see the old malfunctioning petrol engines replaced with electric ones, all to limit emissions in the water area.

When it comes to play equipment in the form of jet skis and boats with powerful engines, a total ban applies throughout
water area. The reason is that these tear up to a large extent the deeper anaerobic bottom sediments which are toxic and strongly negatively affect the fish's food.

1. The fishing license is valid for ice pike, casting, fly and fishing rod, pull after boat. 1 piece of gear per fisherman and boat,
maximum 3 hooks. Trolling is prohibited.

2. The fishing license must be carried and presented at the request of the fishing right owner or official.

3. This fishing license also applies to children under the age of 16 who fish in the company of the card holder. The fishing license is allowed
not transferred.

4. A total fishing ban applies for the entire Ropenbäcken and a circular area with a radius of 150 meters from its outlet as well as the entire Kroki / Roarbäcken. This applies throughout the year.

5. When fishing, remember not to take more than what fits in the pan.

6. Remember to inform yourself and others about our rules and regulations before you start fishing.

The Fisheries Management Association's call for responsibility.

There are a number of different diseases that can affect fish. It can therefore be good to know the most common ones and how you should handle sick or dead fish. Disease symptoms in fish can occur for many different reasons, for example through infection by bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, or poor water conditions as a result of hot summers.
Fish diseases are very rarely transmitted to humans, and in cases where they do occur, the main cause is consumption of raw or insufficiently cooked fish that has been infected.

Therefore, use common sense and be careful about hygiene. Cleaning the fish immediately after catching is a way to effectively reduce the risk of infection. Also keep in mind that fish is a fresh product that must be kept in the refrigerator if it is not frozen.
Wounds on fish can have several different causes. Mechanical damage is caused, for example, by predators or wrong hooks and can be recognized by the "torn" appearance. Mechanical injuries are easily infected, which quickly changes the appearance of the wound and makes it easy for bacteria to take hold. In a weakened state, fish can also be affected by fungus.
Fish lice are parasitic crustaceans that attack fish, these parasites bite holes in the fish's skin and suck blood. The parasite's attack causes damage to the skin and can lead to secondary infections with bacteria or fungi.

The fish pinworm has fish-eating warm-blooded animals whose main hosts, like humans, are rats, which then spread the parasite's eggs via their faeces. The parasite's eggs hatch in water and develop into larvae when the parasite eggs are eaten by small crustaceans. The crustaceans are in turn eaten by various fish. These worms are sometimes also called seagull worms, as seagulls and crows easily spread these parasites over geographically large areas.

What can you do?

One of the absolutely most important and responsible measures you can take is to handle unwelcome fish and fish cleaners in such a way that they cannot in any way return as food to something in nature.
Different methods such as incineration or proper burial are suitable, covered composts and packaged for the municipality's waste disposal are also fully viable.
The cycle must be broken, the Fisheries Conservation Area Association does what they can and you as guests do what you can so together we minimize the unwelcome parasites.

To remember for everyone's comfort that safety and caution apply on our waters.

You can buy a fishing permit to Marslidens FVOF at iFiske! All produkter (fishing permit) we sell are digital and a receipt is provided to you by eMail, to our app and as a SMS text message (option) . Sold by Marslidens FVOF (896100-3202).
Day permit
Price: 50 kr (SEK, Incl. VAT)
3-day card
Price: 100 kr (SEK, Incl. VAT)
Week card
Price: 150 kr (SEK, Incl. VAT)
Year card
Price: 400 kr (SEK, Incl. VAT)
Annual pass 2

 Annual card 2 named persons in the same family.

Price: 600 kr (SEK, Incl. VAT)

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