Rusken is a eutrophic lake with a wide variety of species and an area of about 33 square kilometres. It is 18 metres at its deepest point. Rusken is classed as one of Sweden's best zander lakes with catches weighing up to 11 kg. You'll also find various other species here including pike, European perch, bream, burbot and eel. Lake Kalvsjön is five kilometres from Rusken and includes salmon (sea) trout and rainbow trout.
You can fish for perch in summer and winter using a rod and baited line, spinning rod or jig. You can use a rod and line, spinning rod or trolling equipment to catch zander in the spring, summer and autumn. You can go ice fishing for pike in winter and use a spinning rod in spring and autumn - even in the summer in the deep parts of the lake. Catch bream and eel with a rod and line, and burbot by jig fishing in the winter.
The fishing permit applies for the whole of Lake Rusken. A separate permit is required for Lake Kalvsjön. Guests receive comprehensive fishing regulations on arrival.
Boats and fishing equipment
Four boats are available for hire and can be equipped with boat motors, electric motors and sonar equipment. Life jackets are included in the price of renting accommodation and boats.