Supply details for your fishing permit(s)! Trosaån (80 kr/item)
The card is personal and identification is required.
Can be purchased until September 14, when a fishing ban will take place September 15 through December 31.
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 following are allowed:
• Hand fishing with fishing licenses during the period 1 January to 14 September. Fishing licenses must be carried with all fishing and must be presented together with valid identification on request. • Fishing with ONE ROD, tow, fly or fly with ONE hook (tow with several factory-mounted hooks allowed, eg a wobbler with more than one hook). • Maintain a maximum of one salmon or trout per day. • Maintain a maximum of 3 geese per day. • All fish to be retained are killed immediately. • Minimum dimensions, Salmon 60 cm, Trout 50 cm, Pike 40-70 cm, Pike 45-70cm. • Fish, which are not to be retained, are carefully resettled. Everyone who fishes is obliged to know the applicable rules before fishing begins. minimum size
The following is prohibited:
• All fishing September 15-December 31. Applies to the entire Trosaån FVO (see map below). This protection has been established by the Trosaån FVO, the Fisheries Authority (FIFS 2004: 36) and the County Administrative Board of Södermanland. • Note! Fishing methods other than those listed above are strictly prohibited, for example, species such as net fishing, long-distance reef fishing, lowering nets, casting nets (eg for grazing fish), trolling, pike, otter board, angling, and the use of chopping hook are totally prohibited throughout the year . • A fishing ban applies from the pond in Vagnhärad to the footbridge under the railway and in the rapids at Trosa Kvarn. This applies year-round. • Fishing from boats and bridges over Trosaån is prohibited. • Wrong hooked fish, ie the hook is NOT in the mouth, should be reset with caution. • Scrap down and along the river. • The Trosa River is monitored by a number of trained regulators, who make checks on fishing almost every day. These have powers that belong to the supervisory work. Violations of the fishery rules are brought about by control and action. Police and Coast Guard can be called if needed. Equipment may be seized. • All proceeds from the fishing license go to fishery work, eg. releases, training etc. • FVO, Trosa Amateur Fishing Club and Trosa Municipality are actively working to improve the conditions for all fish, other animals and plants through the ambition to restore the Trosa River and create conservation areas for playing fish. To maintain the existing sea trout, about 2-3,000 pieces of sea trout are released each year in the river.