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prices 2024

Summaries of the plan can be found under the vignette ‘Fiskevårdsföreningen 2024

day license, 24 hours 150 kr
Three-day pass * 340 kr
Weekly card * 490 kr
Day permit p&t Stortjärn 140 kr

Season ticket * 1 200 kr
Annual card including fly fishing * 2 000 kr

Fly fishing license for Anån and Mittån
(also applies to other waters within LFVO except P&T)
Day license fly 210 kr
Three days fly fishing * 550 kr
Weekly fly fishing * 950 kr
*applies to calendar days, calendar week or calendar year

Annual Pass villagers (residents and registered in Långå) 150 kr
Annual card sports cottage owner ** 600 kr + 100 SEK/person in the same family***
-”- with fly 1000 kr + 150 SEK/person in the same family***
Fishing right holders and villagers with annual passes may buy annual passes for p&t-Large iron for 200 kr.

** applies to the legal owner of the property, ‘Sports cottage’ within the Långå fisheries conservation area. Property designation must be entered for the card to be valid.

*** family In order to buy a family card, you must be able to show a common population registration address with the person who pays the full price. If this is not possible, card agents can (not iFiske) assess affiliation with the full price payer and grant family price as defined: family (parents with children living at home below 21 year).

When buying via is added 10 SEK.

NOTE During the year, there may be changes due to sudden situations that could not have been foreseen. These can lead to fishing restrictions that were not known when the fishing license was purchased.
Långå FVOF does not make refunds for cards that have been involved in such events.

Permit to fish
The right to fish belongs to the person who owns property where fishing rights are included or is a person who acquires the right to, for a specified period of time, fishing by the fisheries management association granting "the right to fish within the fisheries management area". The lease is confirmed by a fishing license issued by the Långå Fishing Conservation Association for a special fee, the fishing license price, for the waters and the time determined.

Through Långåfisket, the Fisheries Management Association offers attractive sport fishing within the rules that apply to fishing right owners and fishermen who have a valid fishing license. For both categories it applies that through your interest in fishing you are participating in the access that Långåfishing entails. You are "participating" in that natural resource and the values ​​it contains for a cohesive fishing, nature- and cultural experience.

The costs of the management and operation of the business must be covered through the sale of fishing licenses. The income from the fishing licenses is reinvested in management, operations and service. No dividend is paid to the owners. Larger investments, However, can be implemented provided that there are external co-financiers where the state and the EU as well as Fortum Sverige AB, the power industry's construction funds and Sportfiskarna participate.

Anyone who fishes within the Långå fisheries management area is not seen as a 'customer' in the chosen sense. Nor a visitor, but a participant in experiences that Långåfisket offers. The relationship between the fisherman and Långåfisket is based on reciprocity, common interest and responsibility. We share the opinion that the fish, the aquatic organisms, nature and the natural environment are interests worthy of protection that must be preserved with respect, cared for with knowledge and used with feeling and understanding.

Together we are fishermen where we share the interest and care for our community. But there is a difference in approach between practicing 'fishing' and 'catching fish', although both approaches and relationships are legitimate. "Fishing" includes more and more than "catching", where the experience is generally greater and more important than the catch. One pursues an interest that is based on basic values, knowledge and interaction with a natural resource worthy of protection. Catching fish is basically about making a living, food on the table, and at the same time experience the thrill of that exercise. Of course, you should not take more fish than you need for the day.

So we put the price

We make comparisons with other fiskevårdsområdens variety of fishing grounds in no way compares to Långåfisket. It is not easy to make such comparisons because the variations are significant and there are no two identical water. But we do the best we can, says Helge Jonsson, Chair in long FVOF.

Some complain that the price is too high, then we recommend the fish in places where it is cheaper, but is always welcome back. Some claim that we do not recognize the "great fishing" we have and we do not understand ourselves to get paid for what we offer. For them, we try to explain that the minimum requirement for our pricing is that everyone can afford to fish for long and we can cover the costs of operations.

Everyone is welcome from those who want the meta to those who want to pursue advanced fly fishing.

Långåfisket has four requirements that govern the price of the permits
 Reasonable price level that allows everyone to fish
 full cost of operations
 High cost of operations
 Seizing voluntary, unpaid contributions and public or private funds

Långå FVOF four participants who contribute to the economy goes up and the fishing is good
 owner who refrain from taking profits. All revenue is reinvested.
 The fisherman who buys a fishing license for closer 500 000 per year
 Volunteers volunteers to a value of about 450 000 per year
 Externally contributed contributions from Fortum Sverige AB, county government, I, Härjedalen, the power of the power industry, The anglers and private sponsors. The funds finance major projects such as saving the unique Grundsjörödingen (Grundsjö project see more information here on the website), biotope conservation (The long-haul project) and fish conservation measures.

The total "economy" can in some years amount to over one and a half million kroner. During 'normal years’ it is about close to a million. This means that each fishing license is worth three to four times as much as what one pays for the card.