This fly fishing quota area is to max 20 fisherman per day and a specific license required (Storåns flyfishing card).
Since Storån is located in a nature reserve is in addition to roam further regulations for visitors. Read more at www.visitdalarna.se/storan
At the time of booking, you will be asked to provide the name and email address of all fishermen you book for. This is a requirement to be able to complete the booking.
The fishing cards will be sent as a digital voucher and is included in your confirmation you will get by e-mail. In your confirmation you will find a link to the voucher that serves as your fishing card.
Maximum 1 booking per person and season (one person may book several people on the same booking).
Remaining days (single days) are released 28 days before arrival.
Faciliteter och service
1. At Grövelsjön there is a parking where you can leave your car under the mountain stay. From there, hike to the huts at Särsjön about 12 km.
2. At Foskros, turn towards Hällsjön and run until Siljans Hut. The road is at times really bad. From there it is also about 12 km hike to Storån.
Fly fishing card is valid from 12:00 on day of arrival to 12:00 on day of departure.
To protect the sensitive nature there are special rules for visitors. Please carefully read the attached rules and respect them, they are sent out with the fishing card. Then we can together help each other to preserve the stunning mountain environment for future visitors. Violations may result in fines or imprisonment for up to 2 years and shut off from fishing in Storån.
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