Scientific fly fishing in Årån
Årån is a flowing water that is part of the fisheries conservation area. It has been protected for fishing since the formation of the fisheries conservation area in 1992. In 2015 to 2021, the opportunity has been offered to participate in fly-fishing in Årån as “catch and release” fishing. The event aims to gain better knowledge of what the trout population in Årån looks like and how it develops over time. Fly fishing has been carried out at 5 weekends every year.
The board of the fisheries conservation area has decided that fly fishing (catch and release) in Årån will also take place in 2022. The number of participants is limited to 4 fishing people per day and the cost is SEK 300 per fisherman and day. The test fishing will be carried out during three weekends in May and two weekends in September.
Sat 7 May, 4 spots left
Sun 8 May, 4 spots left
Sat 14 May, 4 spots left
Sun 15 May, 4 spots left
Sat 21 May, 4 spots left
Sun 22 May, 4 spots left
Sat 3 Sept, 4 spots left
Sun 4 Sept, 4 spots left
Sat 10 Sept, 4 spots left
Sun 11 Sept, 4 spots left
The “first come, first served” principle applies when we fill in the blanks. After we have received your registration of interest, we will return with a confirmation and explain how payment and fishing license are administered. At high water temperatures or extreme water levels, fishing can be canceled. Registration of interest is made to: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the years 2015 to 2021, fly test fishing has been conducted in Årån for 5 weekends per year. Three weekends in the spring and two weekends in the autumn with a maximum of 4 fishermen per day. You can see the results below in the attached presentations.
Test fishing in Årån, spring and autumn 2021.
Test fishing i Årån, spring and autumn 2020.
Flugprovfiske i Årån, våren och hösten 2019.
Test fishing in Årån, spring and autumn 2018.
Test fishing in Årån, spring and autumn 2017.
Flugprovfiske i Årån, våren och hösten 2016.
Test fishing in Årån, spring and autumn 2015.