Spaden fishing area
The southern part of Svenljunga local authority area is home to Spaden's fishery conservation area. It is a paradise for anglers, which is characterised by pike fishing.
Fishing in Spaden
Spaden offers great fishing for pike and zander. The lake is popular with anglers. Pike and zander dominate the catch, while angling and spin fishing are the most commonly used techniques.
There is a boat ramp at the northeastern side of the lake should you wish to use your own boat. It is also possible to hire a boat. Spaden offers the opportunity to fish with a guide and to rent accommodation.
Contact information for guides, boat hire and accommodation can be found on the fishery conservation area's page at ifiske.se. There is also a map showing the location of the boat ramp.
Fishing Permits and Rules
You can find up-to-date rules at ifiske.se, where fishing licenses are also for sale online. Please note that fishing licences for Spadens FVO are not on sale at our tourist information centre.
Fishing in Svenljunga
There are close to 300 lakes and streams in Svenljunga local authority area, which offer a great variety of fishing. Here you can fish for both game and wild fish. The beautiful surroundings make you want to stay for longer and return again and again.
Find your way to Svenljunga
Svenljunga local authority area is located in Västra Götaland county to the southwest of western Sweden . To the south we border Falkenberg in Halland and Gislaved in Småland by means of the beautiful Fegen nature reserve. Our local authority area boasts more than 300 lakes and many streams. There are great opportunities for recreation, including hiking, cycling, canoeing and fishing. Svenljunga is part of the Sjuhäradsbygden in the region of Borås and can be reached by Routes 156 and 154.