Stora Börs FVOF


Stora Bör, Lilla Bör mfl

  Värmlands län / Årjäng and Säffle Municipality.

The association manages:
Stora Bör, Lilla Bör, Älgsjön, Öjesjön, Bodasjön, Hynningssjön, Tegstjärnet, Hasselbacketjärnet, Sulerudstjärnet, Ragnilrudstjärnet.

Stora Börs Fisheries Area is home to Southwest Värmland, whose marine system is part of Lillälven's water system. A water system that begins in the Glaskogen nature reserve and bubbles through the lakes in our fishing area to finally end up in the Byel River.

A fishing license entitles to fishing in the lakes Öjesjön, Älgsjön, Lilla Bör and Stora Bör, as well as the smaller ponds that drain off to these lakes. On the border between Säffle and Årjäng municipality is Stora Bör, which is the largest lake in the area. There the fishing is mostly the case for pike, perch and fine trout. Other species available include lake, whitefish, cycling island, brook trout, roach and eel.

In Stora Börsen you can catch the big fish, for example, a 17 kilo pike, 4-5 kilos of trout and 2 kilos of perch have been pulled up. Stora Bör also has something to discover as the lake has a clear wilderness character with many islands, islets and cuts.

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Org ID: 723, Area 683

Stora Börs FVOF

Stora Börs Fish Care Area Association was formed in 1992 and has worked primarily to improve the trout tribes found in the fishery area by restoring play and growing areas. In addition to major biotope care projects in Ragnilsrudsbäcken, Bärhusälven and Bodaälven, they also carry out other measures, such as improving leakages with play gravel, as well as making and placing pockets in the lakes.

Contact persons

Gerhard Johansson, ordförande:
070 - 663 00 82

Lennart Hjärtquist, sekreterare:
072 - 050 22 47

Thore Damberg, kassör:
070 - 746 32 00


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