A small, well-managed P&T water on just under 2 hectares in a bog-like environment. Here you can fly fish for rainbow in quiet surroundings.
There are spans around the entire pond and fishing is safest from the sites. You can do very well with boots if you stay on the buckles. Wading is not possible as there is a swing fly around the entire pond.
Between fishing sessions, you can either have coffee on one of the sofas that are located or in the windbreak where there is also a fireplace, plenty of wood, an ax and a grill.
Klanggölen usually opens around the middle of May and is open until the ice settles.
Organization number: 332400-4054
Tranås Sportfiskeförening was formed in 1953.
We are one of the associations around Lake Sommen that has an agreement with Sommen's Fisheries Conservation Area.
The association has about 250 members. Most members fish in Lake Sommen.
Within the association there is a section that conducts fly fishing.
The fly fishing section leases Klanggölen, where only fly fishing is allowed.
The sound, as everyone usually says, is for the members of the section and for those who bought fishing licenses.
Only rainbow is implanted. No other fish are found in the pond.