- Lake Ånnsjön (Ånne)-
Lake in western Jämtland, in
Åre municipality. Located at 526 meter over sea level. The river Enan and river
Handölan are Lake Ånnsjöns largest tributaries. These rivers has a joint outflow into
the lake and form the river Handöls delta. The shores has a very shifting appearance, with
miles of sandy beaches, klobberstone, luxuriant vegetation and erosion shores. The
lake is a very popular site for bird watchers.
Fishing: Lake Ånnsjön can offer a very nice fishing, with a original population of trout and char. Around mid summer, when the insect larvae's are hatching, the fishing is best. Also the fishing in August is good. Then the water is warmer and the fish is more movable. Suitable fishing equipment for the fishing in the mountain waters are a light spinn rod or a fly rod class 5-6 or 6-7. Minimum size for caught fish is 200 millimetres.
To catch the lake trout it is recommended
to fish in the deep water on the lakes east and south areas. To catch a char a small
rapalawobbler dragged by a surface going paravane can do the trick.
Fishing permits available at:
Fishing tips (in Swedish)
Notices on lake Ånnsjön (in Swedish)
Fishing guides, fishing charter
Fishing articles, books about lake Ånnsjön
Fiske på Ånnsjön (PDF)
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