Torringen is probably the lake most known to the public. It has a trout population that has been around since the ice age. Sick, perch and trout are also available.
The lake lies partly within the nature reserve Jämtgaveln .
Here you can read about the history of the area.
Discharge of play gravel 2010
Upper Pond and Lower Pond are two easily accessible smaller lakes that have a stock of perch and pike. Some trout can also be found in these waters.
Gubby Grössjön, Tälje Grössjön and Taljeeviken contain plenty of perch and pike.
In the small ponds north of Torringen there are perch and brook trout that sometimes grow and grow a little larger.
Täljeån has a rich stock of brook trout.
Tälje-Näset's fishing conservation area has existed in slightly different geography and form since the autumn of 1932. The association was formed to arrange an extensive poaching on the autumn charring game. Fishing care has always been conducted in most of the waters. In the past, the focus was more on putting out fish, and for a period they had their own fish farming in ponds.
Nowadays, we try to improve the fish's conditions to grow itself, and we have improved and expanded some playgrounds for both trout and char.
Tälje-Näsets FVO har som målsättning att främja fisket på ett så naturligt sätt som möjligt inom området.
Sjön Torringen ligger delvis inom naturreservatet Jämtgaveln.
Här kan du läsa om områdets historia.
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