Tärna fishery conservation area extends from Portbron, 4 km below Hemavan, to the end of Ajauresjön, 40 km below Tärnaby. The area includes the lakes Västansjön, Stor-Laisan, Gäutan, Ajaure, Jokksjaur, Bleriken and Gardiken
The inlets of the Ume River in Laisan and Västansjön form a fascinating delta landscape with islands and beaches.
Along the fly fishing stretch in Tärnaån there are great opportunities for catching large trout and the current fishing stretch at the suspension bridge in Solberg is an excellent fishing spot for fly casting and casting float.
Jokksjaure, Jokksbäcken and the lower Jovattsån are easily accessible and provides a perfect family fishing with nice seals and small currents.
Gäutan and Ajaure are large and partly deep lakes, perfect for trolling for trout and Canadian trout. At Ajauresjön's outlet is Ajauredammen .
Yes, a very large fishing area with endless variety of fishing, flowing water and fly fishing, lakes with cast and spin fishing, trolling fishing from a boat. The lakes are rich in fish and in addition to trout, char and whitefish, there is also the opportunity to catch large Canadian trout!
In the area there is access to boat rental at FUEL in Hemavan, fishing trails, fire pits, dry dock and wind protection. Boat mooring for boats in Laisan on Gammställnäset, Västansjön by Gammån and in Gäutan below Skytteanska school. (cars and trailers are parked in the parking space at E12, or the school car park in summer)
Organization number: 895401-2616
Tärna FVO is one of Sweden's largest fish conservation areas and was established in 1992.
Tärna FVOF works continuously to improve and manage the area. All proceeds from fishing license sales go in full to the fisheries maintenance work. In recent years, the focus has been on the availability of fish. Fishing sites and trails have been cleared and cleaned. The area has been given new signage. The maps have been updated and the website has received a facelift.
The trout stock in our waters is of great importance for our attraction. Above all, the migratory form of larger trout is one of our best and most important resources. In recent years, new fishing regulations have been introduced in many watercourses in northern Sweden, as well as in Tärna FVO, in order to regain or retain viable trout strains. They then talk about so-called "window sockets". That is, it is permissible to pick up trout between 35-45 cm and the other dimensions below or above given dimensions shall be re-placed in the watercourses. In this way, both growing trout cubs as well as larger playful trout are protected. The migratory trout, which are largely born and raised in the smaller lateral streams, want to return after their growth years in the larger lakes to their birth watercourse for (reproduction) play, during certain periods even for food searches. Read more in the PDF "information about fishing rules" which is on the page.Customer number: 3006, Area: 3005.