Fishing licence for Svärdsjön-Ågsjöns FVO
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Svärdsjö-Ågsjöns fishing conservation area is located east of Svärdsjö, 30 km from Falun. Choose between 19 lakes and ponds, such as Svärdsjön and Ågsjön. Buy your fishing license online below or in any of our Tourist Offices.
FISHING LICENSES AND PRICES
One day card – 50 SEK
One week card – 150 SEK
One year card – 250 SEK, valid one year, 1 May – 30 March
Note that a separate card is needed for Abborrtjärn, it can be bought in a machine by the lake daycard 150 SEK.
Age restrictions – Children under the age of 16 fish for free in the company of an adult who has purchased a fishing license
Contact information – Göran Eriksson, 0246-200 92, email@example.com
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Here you can fish for perch, pike, trout and whitefish. A ramp for boats is available for use at the north side of Ågsjön. Boat rental is possible, more information on the webpage below.
Fishing with nets is not allowed in Stora Öratjärn. You can catch a maximum of 3 game fish per day.
Fishing in the river Isalaån is allowed 1 May -1 September.
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.svardsjo-agsjonfiske.se
Your printed booking confirmation is a valid fishing license within Svärdsjö-Ågsjön 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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