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Put and Take cards for non-members. Applies to Little Skiren (Lillskiren). Specific rules.
Rules and regulations & Terms & Conditions The text on this page is machine translated. We can not guarantee that the translation from Swedish to English is 100% accurate. Please refer to the Swedish page for the correct, original version of the text.
Regulations for conducting fishing within Finspångs Fiskevårdsförening:
§ 1 These statutes complement the regulations issued by the Royal Majesty and the County Administrative Board of Östergötland County regarding the protection of fisheries and suitable operations and apply to all fishing waters disposed of by Finspångs Fiskevårdsförening. § 2 With the restrictions stated below, a member of the above-mentioned association has the right to fish in angling waters designated by the association with anglers, pimples, cast rods, nets, ice anglers and anglers. Other fishing methods and fishing gear may not be used unless the Chairman of the association, or a representative appointed by him in writing, has issued a special personal permit to the member. § 3 In streams, rivers and straits, one third of the width (fishing vein) in the case of common low water conditions in the deepest part shall be left free of fixed or mobile fishing gear. § 4 A member has the right to catch bait fish with nets with a mesh size suitable for the purpose, however not more than 15 mm between each knot and with a maximum length of 15 meters. For catching bait fish, a member may use a maximum of 2 (two) net cages with a suitable mesh size and with a maximum length and height of 100 cm. § 5 A member has the right to catch bait fish with nets with a diameter of not more than 1.5 m and a mesh size suitable for the purpose. § 6 A member who uses nets, baits or nets for catching bait fish is obliged to keep a swamp of the required size to catch the bait fish that is not currently needed. § 7 A member may have a maximum of 10 fishing rods or 10 ice floes exposed in the water at the same time. § 8 All ways of scaring fish against fishing gear are prohibited. § 9 For a member with a special personal permit according to §2 to engage in net fishing, a total fishing ban with nets applies between 15 February and 31 May. § 10 Pike and pikeperch of less than 45 cm in length, from the tip of the snout to the tip of the tail fin, must be immediately released back into the water in which it was caught regardless of condition. § 11 All fishing for so-called salmonids such as salmon, trout, char, rainbow trout, or other salmonid fish that occur naturally in waters disposed of by the association may not be fished during the period 1 September to 1 May. Angling for the above-mentioned fishing species during the permitted summer period may only be conducted by a member with personal permission from the Association's Chairman, or by a written representative appointed by him. The Board has the right to dictate these terms from case to case. § 12 Fishing with nets and other fishing buildings is reserved for the association and is thus prohibited for individual members. § 13 Caught fish that are not intended to be released shall either be killed immediately or swamped. § 14 All members' equipment such as boats, swamps and fixed fishing gear shall be marked with the member's name and number. Members with a specific permit for phishing shall mark the equipment with markers provided by the association. For nets laid in shallow water, it is sufficient for the marker to be attached to the stick and for nets laid on deeper water, the watchman is marked. For mare, the guard is marked at both ends. § 15 Fishing with so-called "calm drag" may take place with a maximum of 2 (two) fishing gear per membership fee in each fishing water. Motor trolling including electric motor is prohibited. § 16 A member has an obligation to report to the association all possible violations of the association's regulations and statutes. § 17 Directed fishing for protected and red-listed fish species such as eel and aspen is strictly prohibited in all the association's fishing waters. In the event of any catch of these despite the ban, the fish must be released immediately. § 18 In watercourses where the association has the right to fish for salmonids that are implanted, there are specific rules and regulations that are published in the vicinity of the specific fishery. Membership in the association does not constitute a permit to conduct fishing in these lakes, but this requires a special permit / fishing license obtained by the association for a specific fee. § 19 The above regulations apply until the board presents any changes and these regulations replace all previous editions of the association's regulations.
Special rules apply to fishing in our lakes with implanted rainbow trout and specific put and take fishing licenses, at an additional cost, must be resolved to get fishing in them.
The fishing license is personal and may not be transferred. It must be carried and, if possible, worn visibly during fishing in order to simplify the work of the Fisheries Inspectorate or be shown on the telephone.
Children up to the age of 12 fish on a parent's fishing license and catch quota.
Catch limit: Maximum three salmonids per card per day. When three salmonid fish are caught, the fishing ends or a new fishing license is issued.
Catch and release during angling and winter fishing is not allowed, damaged and caught fish must be killed as soon as possible.
Only a tackled rod may be brought to the lake. A fly, a lure or a hook with bait may be attached to a rod.
When fishing, the rod must not be left unattended.
Live fish must not be used as bait.
Mashing is not allowed.
Fishing from a boat, canoe or similar is not allowed.
When floating fishing, it is only allowed to fish with a fly rod, fly line and fly. (NOTE. Special floating card.)
Burning is only permitted in specified places with pre-cut wood, coal or briquettes. It is ABSOLUTELY forbidden to cut down trees in the forest.
Camping is not allowed in the immediate vicinity of the lake (25 m).
Cigarette butts must not be thrown into the lake (the fish eats butts and dies).
After fishing clean up after yourself. Trash cans are placed around the lake and fish reindeer are thrown far up in the forest or in the lake (not at the shoreline). What is thrown into the lake must be punctured so that it sinks.
Transport to and from fishing on forest owners' roads is at your own risk.
Violation of current regulations and fishing without a valid fishing license is prosecuted as illegal fishing, which is punishable and the gear is seized. Violation of applicable regulations may result in immediate loss of fishing rights. Failure to comply with applicable regulations does not release you from liability.
All fishing is at your own risk.
In other respects, the Finspång Fisheries Conservation Association's Regulations and Statutes apply.