Welcome to wilderness fishing in Boxholms Skogar. Here you can choose between fishing in pure natural waters, primarily pike and perch or try our luck in our rainbow water Stora Jordgölen .
Contribute to a clean water and a clean nature so that everyone has a nice natural experience in our fields. Be careful with ELD and never cook on moss and peat fields.
In the ten largest lakes there is a rowing boat to borrow at no extra charge. All you need to do is use a valid fishing license.
The map concerns part of the water - In these waters, the fishing license does not apply to fishing all the water. Maps can be ordered at our customer service or any of the local fishing license vendors.
Boxholms area :
Ekeby Sjögarpssjön , boat available
The salary , part of
Svartån between Brännvinsforsen - Railway Bridge
Blåvik area :
Arrebosjön , boat available
Hallången , boat available
Stensjön , boat available
Stockfish , big and purple
Three-corner , boat available
Gransjön , boat available
Danish Chamber of Commerce :
The eraser , boat is available
Grönjön vid Ryd
Rydsjön , boat available
Asplången , boat available
Kvarnsjön by Pikedal, part of
Long Torpa Lake
Stora and Lilla Mörtsjön
Ormsjön , part of
Storaoch Lilla Tværsjön
Österbymo area :
Gnottnehultssjön , part of a boat is available
Axsjön , part of
Rååssjön , boat available
In this area, there is one or more "put and take" waters.
Free fishing for children and adolescents up to the age of 14. (Special rules or exceptions may apply, Read more...)
Boxholms Skogar AB is one of the top ten forest owners in the country. In total, approximately 36,000 ha are managed, of which more than 32,000 hectares are productive forest land. As early as the middle of the 18th century, the forests around Boxholm began to have some economic significance, due to the extensive consumption of charcoal charcoal. However, any planned management did not occur until Boxholms AB was formed in 1872.
With a solid historical background, today, staff on Boxholms Skogar AB manages the forest land with a focus on diversity on nature conditions.