Fishing license for Säters FVO
Säter fishing conservation area offers exciting fishing in close proximity to central Säter and Säter camping. Buy your fishing license online below or in any of our Tourist Offices.
FISHING LICENSES AND PRICES
One day card (sport fishing) – 60 kr
One day card (trolling) – 80 kr
One day card (game fishing) – 100 kr
3-day card (sport fishing) – 80 kr
10-day card (sport fishing) – 100 kr
One year card (sport fishing) – 160 kr, valid one year from purchase date
One year card until age 20 (sport fishing) – 80 kr, valid one year from purchase date
One year card (trolling) – 260 kr, valid one year from purchase date
Exception - Fishing in Ljustern, which has trout, only requires a sport fishing card, not game fish card.
Age restrictions – Children under the age of 15 fish for free in the company of an adult who has purchased a fishing license
Contact information – Ulf Ljusteräng, 070-542 67 75, firstname.lastname@example.org
RULES AND REGULATIONS
In the lakes Nisshyttan and Ljustern, trout has been planted. Fishing for eel in the late summer is popular. The fvo regularly plants eel in Ljustern.
The holder of the fishing license is responsible for having read the current rules and regulations for the area. For more information see the webpage www.fiskaisater.se
Your printed booking confirmation is a valid fishing license within Säter FVO, according to the regulations in the area. You need to bring your fishing license while fishing at all times and be prepared to show it to a supervisor or police.
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