Description of fishing/locations: The Skaraborg district in west Sweden is tucked between two of Europe’s mightiest lakes; the Vänern and the Vättern. The area offers a rich variety of fishing waters and all kinds of sport fishing.
For these latitudes there is an amazing variety of fish including, pike, pike-perch, salmon, lake trout, brown and rainbow trout, perch, char, tench, chub and bream. The countryside, the deep, dark forests, the pretty, cultivated landscapes and the many lakes, rivers and streams, offer unique opportunities for all predator fishing specialists; fly-fishermen and coarse-anglers, as well as families searching for a memorable fishing adventure.
In the deep waters of lake Vättern the big trout and giant char won’t be hooked without a fight. And in the pristine waters of the Vänern archipelago try hook a monster pike, or go trolling on the open water for the famous landlocked trout or salmon.
For fly-fishing or coarse-angling, try the many smaller, fish-rich lakes, winding rivers and streams.
Accommodation: Lake and riverside cottages, campsites and larger hotel complexes all near to the fishing.