Supply details for your fishing permit(s)! Vindelälven, Gargån, Sobbträsket m fl vatten (700 kr/item)
To use your own boat in certain waters, we require a boat card in addition to the regular card.
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.
The fishing license is personal and may not be transferred.
Children and young people up to the age of 16 fish with a special fishing license, a free license.
You are obliged to pay a catch report for salmon fishing, regardless of whether you have caught fish or not.
The fly fishing route in Gargån requires a special fishing license.
Salmon fishing is allowed from 19 June to 31 August.
Fishing is prohibited in the area against trout and salmon between 1 September - 15 October, to protect the trout and salmon spawning.
To protect the grayling game, it is forbidden to fish for grayling between March 15 - May 31.
Fishing with floating is allowed in all waters within the area.
Respect other fishermen in the area. Use so-called rotational fishing where this is considered necessary.
Fishing from land always comes before boat fishing. When fishing from a boat, care must be taken against land fishermen.
In Vindelälven: grayling and trout 45 cm
For salmon, the minimum size is 50cm and the maximum size is 65cm.
In implanted lakes: trout and char 30cm. A total of a maximum of 3 fish / day / fisherman in implanted waters.
4 fish (grayling and trout), of which a maximum of 1 trout, which has a valid mini / maximum size, may be caught per fisherman and day in Vindelälven.
In Gargån and Staggbäcken, a maximum of 2 grayling and a maximum size of 40 cm apply. All trout re-released = No kill on trout.
A maximum of 1 male salmon may be caught per fisherman / day, the females must be released. This is due to the fact that our area is located within one of the river's more important spawning areas for salmon.