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Find Swedish fishing waters and buy your fishing permit online!
Sweden is a paradise for anglers!
With thousands of lakes and rivers, it is easy to find the angling of your dreams in Sweden
Buy your fishing permit online
Our online store is open 24/7 and the fishing permit is delivered via email/PDF and to the iFiske app
Plan your next fishing trip to Sweden at iFiske
Explore fishing waters, plan your fishing trip and buy the required permits in advance.

iFiske.se is Swedens leading portal for digital fishing permits. Here you will find a fishing license in most of Swedens largest and popular fishing lakes and rivers.

Easliy buy your fishing permit online, around the clock - all year round. Pay by Paypal or select another one of our options for online payment. The permit is sent electronically to you as SMS and via email. No fees and no membership is required and there are no hidden charges.

On the website as well as in our app you can search for fishing areas, look at maps, read fishing reports and read more about Swedish fish species, angling methods, etc. Also check out our popular app for iPhone / iPad and Android phones. For information about fishing in Sweden, please read "Fishing in Sweden" (PDF)

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Fishing areas

The most recent catch reports

Anders Nilssson, 19-07-17
Flåsjön mfl.
 Fishing method:Trolling
 
  "Fiskjuse"
  Flåsjön
 • 2 fish(es) Brown Trout  at a total of 7.0 kg, Avg. Weight 3.50 kg.  "A female and a male"
 • 2 fish(es) Brown Trout  at a total of 5.0 kg, Avg. Weight 2.50 kg.  "Released in good condition"   (  No, released!)
Jakob Bellahn, 19-07-18
Bolmen
 Fishing method:Trolling
 Best lure/bait:Wobbler between (11-20 cm)
 • 1 fish(es) Zander  at 1.0 kg.
Jacob Ambus Kelfast, 19-07-18
Fängen, Sandsjön, Tängsjön och Käringasjön
 Fishing method:Angling
 
 • 1 fish(es) Perch  at 0.5 kg.  (  No, released!)
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Recently added fishing waters

  • Hillen och Rydsjön - (07-12) North of Rörvik lies Hillen and Rydsjön, two popular lakes from a fishing point of view - not least because of their easy access from land. Hillen and Rydsjön offer fantastic fishing for perch and pike.
  • Hönshyltefjorden m fl vatten - (07-05) Hönshyltefjord's FVOF consists of Hönshyltefjorden, Granödammen and a small part of Mörrumsån, as well as Kuppersjön, Kuppergylet and Hönshyltegöl.
  • Hallången, Stora Djupasjön, Mjöasjön, Bredasjön - (07-05) All water in the fishing area: Great Hallången, Lilla Hallången, Great Deep Sea, Lake Mjöas, Bredasjön We offer good fishing for a large number of species with a focus on pike, perch and roach. The release of pike has occurred in Lake Mjöas, Stora Hallången and Lilla Hallången.
  • Rödsjön, Öravattnet, Fängsjön m fl vatten - (07-05) Nora-Västansjö fishing area has many fine fishing waters, Lake Rödsjön, Stora Öravattnet, Lilla Öravattnet, Fängsjön, Bryggtjärn and Kvisslevattnet. At Rödsjön and Fängsjön there is wind shelter. In these lakes, rainbow trout are implanted annually.
  • Yttre Lemesjön, Sönnerstjärn, Långtjärn m fl vatten - (07-04) Sönnerstjärn with trout and rainbow trout, is an easily accessible fishing water near country road with large parking, jetty, dry toilet and 2 windshields with aging.
  • Gravdalssjön m fl sjöar - (07-03) Here you can fish in Dalsland's wild terrain, on the border between Norway and Sweden. Our fishing waters touch the border with Norway and against Värmland in the north. There are no amenities here, but you have to get it yourself.
  • Gardsjöbäcken - (07-03) Streaming forest stream with rapids and seals. Fishing area from the bridge along road 1132 to the outlet in Lake Storuman. At the outlet a simple "wilderness camp" with toilet, barbecue cabin and place for tent or caravan. Possibility of electricity connection for fee.
  • Björkvattnet m fl tjärnar - (07-02) Welcome to Björkvattnet - with some of the mountain world's most pristine fishing waters. The birch water is right next to the Norwegian border and so separated that the village has even had its own traffic rules.
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