Lake Väsman is lined with tall mountain souls that give a special impression to the viewer when they are at the viewing point at Lekomberg. A decade of islands with names such as Sollen, Bärholmarna, Granön, Lövön and a number of long dunes give the lake a character. Granön is a nature reserve, while Lövön has been living permanently since ancient times. Shipping was lively in the early 20th century. This 'forest lake' with its steep wooded hills where the villages grew up around the lake. Big depths, here and there shallow batches, which give variation to the inhabitants of the lake. The fish has been an important nutrition for many people during the war years.
In the past there was also the river crayfish, which is rare in the lake, but the signal crawling has gone a long way.
Now, sport fishing, mainly through trolling, is a common view of the lake, where fishing mainly takes place in pike, perch, char and trout.
Plenty of space is located on the 45.7 square-foot lake.
Among the known species of different species of fish are pike, sik, roach, perch, lake, braxen, trout, char, aspen, id, elrista, nors, snorgärs. The sick in the lake, which is meant to be small and magnificent, of which the last mentioned may weigh several kilos.
Väsmans Fiskevårdsområdes förening vårdar fisket i sjön Väsman i Dalarna.
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