Sandsjön is located in the Lenhovda parish and is part of the Ronneby river, and its access is from surrounding woodland, the water is therefore humus rich. Thanks to continuous limescale, the seawater keeps good quality.
Fish in the Sandsjön offers great opportunities for landing large perch and pike. The lake is easily accessible from Highway 31 at the eastern part of the lake and from the village Åhult at the southern tip of the lake.
Fishing passes are available for throwing paddles and mete (seasonal and day passes), mete and pimp fish (season pass) and angling fishing (day passes). Young people under the age of 16 fish together with adults within the same jurisdiction as this.
The fishing season extends from 1 May to 15 October except for ice fishing, which runs from 1 December to 15 February the following year.
Simple boat sites at both ends of the lake can be designated by season card holder if required. A simple launch ramp for boat trailers is available on request.
Welcome to Sandsjön!
The fishery area has its roots in a fishing association formed in the late 1950s to combat external predatory fishing and allow for the orderly sale of fishing licenses to the public.
Over the years, the association has been responsible for many efforts to improve fishing in the lake, such as repeated grafting of fish fry and maintenance of pockets. The association allows the majority of revenues to go back to the lake through various fisheries conservation efforts.
The association began early calcification of the lake and this has been ongoing continuously since the result that the water is of the highest quality.
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