Fishing license for Runnfiske
- Email: [email protected]
Runn has a very rich water of pike and perch. You will quickly find your favorite spot in the beautiful archipelago with lots of islands and fishing spots. 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 – 100 SEK
One year card – 250 SEK, valid one calendar year
Trolling one week card – 250 SEK
Trolling one year card – 400 SEK, valid one calendar year
Age restrictions – Children under the age of 16 fish for free in the company of an adult who has purchased a fishing license
Contact – Rune Andersson 070-516 83 27
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The fishing license entitles you to fish in Runn, Ösjön, Liljan, Vikasjön, Kårtyllasjön, Holmsjöarna and Dalälven (from the bridge near SSAB until the canoeing center). You can fish vendace, pike, perch, burbot and whitefish.
Pikes over 75 cm has to be released back in the water. You are allowed to catch a maximum of 3 pikes under 75 cm per day. Cray fishing is forbidden.
The holder of the fishing license is responsible for having read the current rules and regulations in the area. For more information see the webpage http://borlangecentralafiskevo.blogspot.se/2012/09/runnfiskefiskekort-och-samarbete.html
Your printed booking confirmation is a valid fishing license within Runn Fiske area, 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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