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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.
Sport fishing (fishing with handheld hook and line gear) in Rickleån is allowed against the release of fishing licenses.
Sport fishing in Hemsjön freely, see rules below.
Rickleån Sportfishing (fishing with hand-held gear hook and rope) in Rickleån is granted for solving fishing licenses.
For Rickleån, the fishing license from the Tvärån estuary in Rickleån above Åselestupet to Johanneslund (border signposted downstream footbridge) is downstream of Robertsfors.
The rules in Rickleån are governed by the Fisheries Authority's regulations (FIFS 2004: 36) on fishing in the Skagerrak, Kattegat and the Baltic Sea ”. In addition, there are local supplements that are decided by the AGM.
Seafood times *
NOTE. Preliminary fishing times. An update of the fishing regulations is expected during the year. Fishing times and more can then be updated.
Trout may be fished 1/5 through 31/8 and 15/10 through 30/11. Before 22/5 no salmon or trout may be killed, this to protect overwintered salmon and trout.
Salmon may be fished 19/6 through 31/8.
Grayling may be fished 1/6 through 30/11.
To protect the game, we stop fishing completely during the salmon and trout conservation period 1/9 through 14/10. In addition to this time, scallop fishing from ice for species other than salmon, trout and grayling is allowed year-round. Hemsjön is open for fishing all year round.
Minimum dimensions and quotas *
Trout 50 cm (max. 1 salmon or trout per day).
Salmon 50 cm (max 1 salmon or trout per day).
Grayling 40 cm (max. 1 grayling per day).
Cancer fishing prohibited.
Fish caught during the conservation period, incorrectly hooked fish or fish under minimum dimensions shall be unconditionally reimbursed. This applies even if the fish is considered damaged.
Fishing for salmon is prohibited upstream of Bruksforsen. All salmon caught here must unconditionally be resettled. This is to facilitate the re-establishment of salmon above the power plants.
All fishing is prohibited 100 meters downstream and 100 meters upstream of the dam in Bruksforsen, Sågforsen and Fredriksfors.
Mete with mask is prohibited in streams.
Only fly fishing is permitted in Isakfäbodaforsen and in Tjärdalsforsen.
Season tickets are valid from the date of purchase until 31/12 the same year.
Hemsjön Fishing in Hemsjön is free year-round.
Allowed gear is angling gear (fishing with handheld hook and line gear).
Control fee On April 1, 2011, certain provisions of the Act (1981: 533) on fishery areas were amended. The amendment means, among other things, that the fishery areas now have the opportunity to issue control fees themselves for persons fishing in violation of the association's regulations. Rickleån's upper FvO decided at the Annual General Meeting on March 29, 2017 to adopt section 31 of its statutes regarding the Control Fee. The AGM's decision regarding control fee in case of violation of FvO's regulations: In case of violation of locally decided rules, a control fee of 2000: - will be collected.
Young people up to 16 years can buy season tickets for reduced price 150: - (regular price 700 :-)
Catch statistics are invaluable help for fisheries management work. Submit catch report via the link in your digital fishing license or send your report to: RickleanOvre@gmail.com or Anders Kagervall Spångavägen 42 168 75 Bromma
Return wintered trout and salmon. It is of little value on the dining table and should instead have the chance to play again.
Return trout over 70 cm and preferably all females. The large females are very important for reproduction.
Salmon and trout from the Gulf of Bothnia are among the fish that one should not eat too often according to the National Food Agency. Children, adolescents, women who want to have children in the future, as well as pregnant and breastfeeding are advised not to eat oily fish with high levels of dioxin and PCB more often than a maximum of 2-3 times a year. Others can eat fatty fish from the Gulf of Bothnia once a week.