Sweden is shaped by water. Almost everywhere you can find rivers, lakes and streams that want to be fished. Especially in the north of the country you will find wild waters that are little fished and that offer good, natural populations. From crystal-clear mountain lakes, steeply sloping, cold rivers to deep and unbelievably large lakes, there is water as far as the eye can see. Almost everywhere these waters are so clean and untouched that their water has drinking water quality. The fish you can catch are of incredible beauty and absolutely wild.
In most regions, you buy a license that covers a whole area. This license is downloaded as a pdf file and contains all the rules and a list of fishable waters. Often there is also a map that helps to find the right water. If a part of the waters is otherwise leased, part of a nature reserve, or requires an additional permit, this is marked accordingly. On the following website you will find a good first orientation:
With great power comes great responsibility - spiderman knew! And because one can hike to almost every place in the fjäll, people who do should take care of nature, obey the little rules that exist and keep nature clean! Because the effect of the established system up in the north of sweden is not only a fishermans paradise, but also a fragile system, everyone has to support by acting responsible!