General Information on the area for the practice and competition.
region is just one of the many Scandinavian destinations for angling,
it is sometimes regarded as perhaps one of the premier trout fisheries
in Southern Lapland.
There is something for everyone.
Host town for the XIX World Fly Fishing Championships
the heart of the Swedish Lapland is its main city of Lycksele, a smallish
town with a variety of shops, services and restaurants, including a
zoo filled with the local wild animals you normally find: bear, wolf,
lynx and others.
Renowned for skiing and fishing, the area also offer a variety of other activities including trekking, kayaking, river rafting, horse riding, not to mention picking mushrooms
Adjacent to the forest area is the semi mountainous area between the sea and the Swedish alps, an area with a wealth of streams and lakes so rich in aquatic life that sustains a wild population of brown trout, grayling, Atlantic salmon and sea trout. Also hard-fighting pike are found here, ready to take the fly.
This is also an area that proved suitable for the anglers preparing for the World Fly Fishing championships in 2001 and for the European Fly Fishing Competition in 1998
from there, to the other side of Lycksele, up the densely forested
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