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Our stretches

Our stretches

Our stretches offers a varied fishing experience. From the Classic Pools 1-32 in the south to the newer parts in the north, Härnäs, Vittskövle, Knaggalid and Ekeberg. 

1-32

The traditional Kronalax Fishing for sports fishing was established in 1941 and is about 7 km long on the river's lower stretch. From Rosendala in the north to Elleholm in the south is divided into 32 pools. Laxens Hus (Fishery Office) is placed approximately in the middle of this stretch of the river. The stretch upstream of the Kungsbron (Kings Bridge – placed in the middle of Mörrum town) consists of pools 17-32) and is generally called the “northern stretch”, where the river flows through a beautiful oak and beech forest. Below the Kungsbron (pools 1-16) also called the "southern stretch" the river runs mostly through arable land. The best fishing spots vary depending on the season and water level.

 

Vittskövle

Vittskövle, a 2.2 km wonderfully beautiful stretch, which smells of salmon and full of hotspots. Here you’ll find some of the river's most beautiful rapids. There are lyrical talk about pools such as the Myren, the Tallen, the Nacken and last but not least, the Rosendala. The stretch starts about 250 meters upstream of the suspension bridge in the north and ends at Rosendala. There are great spawning areas for both salmon and trout. Here, too, the river is not divided into pools, but this stretch allows for both fly and spin fishing men and women to fish together...

 

Knaggalid

Knaggalid area is a beautiful gem with fabulous tracks where you can spin and fly everywhere. The stretch starts in the north just downstream of the outlet channel from Hemsjö Lower power plant and ends 2.2 km further down at Åkeholm. The stretch is to a large extent surrounded by a magnificent oak and beech forest. Fishermen find the little classical pools "Tjyvahallen" and "Skafferiet - the pantry" these names speak for themselves. Just like in Härnäs, it is early spring fishing and autumn fishing that pays off best.

 

Härnäs

Härnäs catchment area is 3.7 km long and is situated at the top of the three fishing sections. Mörrum's Kronolax Fishing acquired access this stretch in 2015 through a lease agreement with E.ON. It starts just south of Hovmansbygd and ends about 100 meters upstream of Hemsjös Upper power plant. The entire fishing stretch lies within Kärringhejan's nature reserve, which guarantees a genuine wilderness character. The opening of the fish pass in 2014 at Hemsjö Lower and Upper power plants created about 22 hectares more spawning and fishing area. Early spring fishing is best, but also autumn fishing on migrating sea trout can be good.

 

Ekeberg

Ekeberg is a beautiful part of the river near the small town of Svängsta, 8 kilometers upstream from Mörrum. The stretch starts below the power station "Marieberg" and ends further down where ABU's well-known stretch starts. The new stretch is about 700 meters long and we fish on the west side.

We share "Ekeberg" with the local fishing club from Karlshamn - our guests have the opportunity to fish on specific dates.

We are happy that we can offer this exclusive section of Mörrumsån. But to keep the good quality of the fish we only issue four licenses per day.

If you want to fish on your own stretch of the river, well you have the chance now - call three of your friends and book this fantastic stretch for a whole day - just you and them!

 

Since “Ekeberg” is located below the power plant station in Svängsta, the chance of an early salmon is already possible in May and fantastic fishing for sea trout in the summer and autumn. The special thing about Ekeberg is that the salmon heading upstream refuse to pass the power plant station before the end of May - they gather downstream at the area of the river - Ekeberg

 

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