Svärtaån flows from Runnviken and Sundbysjön and flows into Sjösafjärden. Here, attractive fishing for several species is offered in a stretch of approximately 280 metres. Svärtaån is especially known for its large ide and during the spring there is a good chance of catching ide above the large fish registration limit. Perch, zander and pike are also popular species to aim for in the river.
In order to fish in the river, a fishing license is required, which must be shown at the request of a supervisor or the police. You must also be able to prove your identity.
Fishing is only allowed from the east side of the river. A prerequisite for maintaining the sale of fishing licenses is that there is no littering along the river. The rubbish you take to the river is also taken home.
The fishing season in the river is divided throughout the year. During January 1 - March 31, the river is protected. Between April 1 - April 30, only day tickets for specimen fishing are sold. From May 1 - December 31, both day passes and season passes are sold, which include other forms of fishing.
Catch reporting is a requirement when fishing and takes place here via iffishing.
Young people under the age of 18 fish for free from May 1 to December 31 after purchasing a free fishing license.
For specific rules, see regulations under various fishing licenses.
The area includes one or more fishing areas for catch-and-release, i.e the fishes are gently put back into the water alive.
Free fishing for children and adolescents up to the age of 17.