Yxningen is a lake in southeastern Östergötland at the intersection of Skärkind and Hammarkind's hills in Östergötland and northern Tjust in Småland.
The lake is renowned for its fine water quality, with a visibility depth of up to seven meters. The largest measured depth is 74 meters between the castle Castle and Lindholmen. The lake extends three miles from Yxnerum in the northwest to Fallingeberg in the southeast and measures a mile in width between Gärdsnäs in the south and Säverum in the north. The approximately 90 islands constitute a lake archipelago, why Yxningen is popular with open-air operators. The lake's surface is approximately 31km² and is located 38m east.
Since the late 1990s, the lake has been noted for its abundant supply of fish. However, one must be aware that all trout caught in the lake must be reissued. This applies regardless of the condition of the fish. Those who violate this risk getting their fishing gear (including their boat) seized and destroyed.
Yxningen is located in the eastern part of Östergötland. The lake is a clear water lake with a wide view depth. In the lake there is a natural stock of both char and trout. A concrete concrete ramp is located below the Yxnerum course. If you want to spend the night there is a room for rent at the course, which also has a fishing corner for fishing chat.