BOAT RENTAL and PIKE FISHING

Svalemåla – world-class pike fishing in southern Sweden in the heart of Blekinge’s archipelago

Blekinge’s archipelago in the south of Sweden, is famous for its pike fishing. Here you will find plenty of large pike, often weighing around 10kg. Experience the sports fishing in Sweden's southernmost archipelago.

Our guests return year after year – they appreciate the surroundings and accommodation just as much as the fishing. The varied coastline with it’s rock formations, shallow bays and deeper parts ensure you a wide range of fishing experiences.

Fishing waters

Popular areas for pike fishing are Järnaviks bay and the surrounding waters including those around the islands Bjärnö, Tjärö and Tärnö as well as the islands and coastline around Eriksberg nature reserve and the Bräkneån estuary. Further out to sea you can fish for sea trout and cod. If you like fishing in strong flowing currents, you can try the rivers Bräkneån and Vierydsån only a few kilometers drive from our holiday cottages.

Our Boats

We have 13 boats for hire, all with modern, 4-stroke engines (9.8 hp or 15 hp). All boats are equipped with life jackets, paddles, anchor and sea charts.

We now also have two bigger, specially equipped for pike fishing, aluminium boats equipped with 15 hp Honda engine and a bow mounted Minn Kota motor with a remote and a sonar with GPS.

Fishing Kayaks

We offer two quality kayaks for pike fishing. With an "Old Town Predator 13" you will experience a fun and closer pike fishing in a kayak that combines good paddling characteristics while at the same time is stable enough to fish for the pike standing up.
It is a perfect fishing platform both in the inner and outer archipelago.When you hire a fishing kayak, paddle, life jacket, sea chart and a small anchor is included.
Price:
350 SEK / day for guests, 450 SEK/day for all others
1400 SEK / week for guests.

  • If you have your own boat, there is a small ramp for launching the boat at the fishing camp site.
  • We have a wood fired sauna by the beach wich you can enjoy after your day of pike fishing.
Seasons

The best time for pike fishing in southern Sweden is from March–May and September–October, but you can fish pike here all year round. Fishing in the rivers is open from March to September (fishing license is mandatory).

Species

In the sea – pike, perch, trout, salmon and cod
In rivers – pike, perch, trout, bream, salmon, rainbow, ide, tench and trout.

Fishing methods

Spinning, fly fishing.

Fishing licence

Fishing in the sea is free in Sweden, you need no license.
Fishing licenses valid for both rivers can be purchased in the nearby grocery store, ICA. More information about prices, fishing regulations and zoning in Bräkneån South can be found at www.mortstrommen.se (Swedish only).

Boat rental prices 

Standard Boat 4.10 – 4.40 m, with 9.8 hp engine

  • 1 Day ( 08.00 – 20.00): 850 SEK (incl. 12 liters of fuel)
  • 2 Days 1450 SEK
  • 3 Days 2000 SEK
  • 4 Days up to one week 2500 SEK

Special Boat Linder 445 aluminium with a 15 hp engine

Fully equipped sport fishing boat with GPS, sonar and a Minn Kota electric front motor with a remote

  • One week 4950 SEK

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Rent a portable Sonar kit, Helix 5 CIRP G2 with Internal GPS for 500 SEK/week. See picture below.

Please visit our booking page to see all the options and prices and send a request.

Price example fishing package:
3 days fishing Friday-Sunday, 1 standard boat / 3 pers, 6 person, accommodation in 6-bed house, 2 nights in cottage with kitchen, oven, dishwasher, etc. and own toilet / shower: From 970 SEK / person

With us, however, you put together and mix your own fishing package directly on our booking page and choose house type with optional items like boat, final cleaning, sauna and bedlinen and towels and you see the total price directly.

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Fiskekajaker

Pike april 2018

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If you fish here one day you’ll probably want to fish more. Our holiday cottages are only 300 metres from the sea – the perfect place to relax after a full days fishing.  Read more.