Lake Väsman is lined with high mountain ridges that give a special impression to the viewer when they stand on the viewpoint at Lekomberg.
About ten islands with names such as Sollen, Bärholmarna, Granön, Lövön and a number of long headlands give the lake character. Granön is a nature reserve, while Lövön has had permanent residence since time immemorial. Shipping was lively at the beginning of the 20th century. This 'forest lake' with its steep forested ridges where the villages grew up around the lake. Great depths, here and there shallow sections, which give variety to the inhabitants of the lake. Fishing has been an important industry for many people, especially during the war years.
In the past, there was also crayfish, which is now rare in the lake, instead the signal crayfish has progressed strongly.
Now, sport fishing, mainly through trolling, is a common sight on the lake, where fishing takes place mainly for pike, perch, char and trout. Plenty of space is available on the 45.7 square kilometer lake.
Among known species of different fish species can be mentioned pike, whitefish, roach, perch, lake, bream, trout, char, aspen, id, elrista, snipe, snorkärs. The whitefish in the lake, by which is meant small whitefish and great whitefish, of which the latter can weigh several kilos.
The association of Väsmans Fiskvårdlands is responsible for fishing in Lake Väsman in Dalarna.Customer number: 302, Area: 263.
Jan Svensson, ordförande:
070 - 594 13 20
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