Hålteby-Rinnens Fvof has a total of 25 fishable waters where the largest are Rinnen , Mossjön , Eketjärn , Långevattnet , Hålevattnet and Rövattnet .
In the area there is very beautiful nature with most nature reserves. The most common fish species are pike, perch, roach and trout.
There are great opportunities for fishing in undisturbed waters high up on the forests of Hålteby-Rinnens fvof with surrounding nature reserves around several waters. In the forests you can get a chance to see some of our biggest predators such as wolves and lions but also moose and other deer. The area has also seen white moose and white deer.
Hålevattnet is a put & roof water where every year rainbows are put out. Rainbows up to 1.5 kg are set out to allow visitors to feel the great fights. The largest rainbow caught here weighed 4 kg. Hålevattnet also has an accessibility-adapted bridge so that even those with disabilities should be able to fish.
The run is the area's largest lake and is so high up so you get a sense of mountain world in the area. In Rinnen, every year large pike is fished where the top size so far weighed 12 kg. Perches over kilos are frequent and fresh air a promise.
Mossjön is a very deep lake with depths over 30 meters. Here, Röding was planted 30 years ago and even today there are fish of the population left. Fvof will work to raise this water to both a trout and char mecca.
The burial iron in the east is a very easy-to-use tar where you often get large perch over kilograms.
Most water has great potential for sea trout trout and this is something that Fvof is investing heavily in developing.
Håltebyn-Rinnens Fvof is part of both Årjäng and Eda municipalities. The association was formed in 1990.
The area has many nice and good waters in a magnificent nature.
Many efforts have been made over the years to promote and preserve fishing. Niotope care has been carried out in streams and fishing waters where there has been a need, a number of fishing vases have been set out. The waters in the area are limed, which helps the fish in these waters. The association works to increase the precious fish in the area and the predatory fish in the waters in which it is best suited.
The Fisheries Conservation Association is interested in all collaborations that can benefit the area. The Fisheries Conservation Association is part of the Eda Fisheries Conservation District.
Organization number: 874002-0410Customer number: 1120, Area: 1081.