Welcome to Harefjorden!
Harefjorden is located between Säffle in the south and Glafsfjorden in the north. It is best known for its abundance of Pike Perch, but there are also good stocks of Perch and Pike. Aspen, Bream, Salmon and Trout can also be found hook.
Harefjorden is a lake in Säffle municipality in Värmland and belongs to the Götaälv river system. The lake is up to 9 m deep, has an area of ​​15.6 sqm and is 45 m above sea level. The lake is flooded by the watercourse Byälven (Kölaälven).

Fishing license required

Rules for fishing:
The fishing license is only for fishing with hand gear.
Fishing with nets is only allowed for people with fishing rights (landowners) or holders of Family Fishing license for the locals or the owner of a holiday home who can buy a permit to fish with a net.
It is forbidden to fish for Pike Perch during the period 25.04 to 15.06. During the prohibition period (closed season), captured Pike Perch must be released.
Minimum size: Pike Perch – 45 cm,
Minimum size of Salmon and Trout 60cm.
Catching Aspen, Eel and Crayfish is prohibited all year round.
When fishing from the boat, a maximum of 4 baits may be used at the same time.

Maximum 2 fishing rods person
Max 3 Pike Perch per person per day
Maximum 2 fishing rods person
A maximum of 4 Pike Perch per boat and day.
No fishing license is required for person under 15 yars old.


Annual card: 260SEK
Monthly card: SEK 150
Day ticket: SEK 60
Ice fishing: SEK 150 (only for ice fishing with 1 fishing rod (pimple)). (Does not apply before a closed ice cover is present or after the ice has thawed).
Family fishing license 350 SEK (valid 1 year)

Fishing license sold at:
The tourist information in Säffle, ICA Vikinghallen in Värmlands Nysäter, and iFiske.se (here you can also find information about boat ramps etc.)