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Relax Fishing Sweden – 3- Day Fishing Permit, Laholms Laxfiske

Address: Laholms Laxfiske - Relax Fishing Sweden Gröningen Laxahuset Laholm Date: Wednesday 8 mar 2017 - Thursday 28 Sep 2017 Show map

Address: Laholms Laxfiske - Relax Fishing Sweden Gröningen Laxahuset Laholm

The Fishing Permit is valid for fishing for three consecutive days on the river Lagan. See how the Fishing Permit must be worn and note all current fishing rules on the relaxfishingsweden.com website before you start fishing.

The Fishing Permit is valid for the section, on the river Lagan, immediately downstream of the power plant in Laholm and out to the mouth of the river.
Children under 18 fish for free.

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  • Phone number
    +46 725770196
  • Street address 1
    Laholms Laxfiske - Relax Fishing Sweden

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