Södra Kornsjön

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Lake Södra or Southern Kornsjön is a relatively shallow lake with an average depth around 10 metres, medium Secchi disk result and a lot of vegetation.

It’s located on the border between Dalsland and Bohuslän provinces, actually serving as the actual border for a short distance. The lake is home to large stocks of pike, perch and roach.

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About this activity

  • Type of fishing
    Större utmaning
  • Area, hectares
    700 ha / 1729 acres
  • About the fishing
    Pike – In spring and autumn trolling with large wobblers can catch large pike. Try jerkbait in the coves in the spring. Smaller pike prefer shallow water in the whole lake. Perch – Traditional coarse fishing at brushwood sheaves or at the edge of reed areas. Jig-fishing is often quite effective. Roach – Coarse fishing with float and maggot, worm or dough near the shore. The large pike prefer pelagic levels and a good place is north of the bridge at Koxeröd. Atom 35 g Silver is classic pike lure that always succeeds. For perch the best fishing is at the southern end of the lake around artificial brushwood sheaves where access to food fish is always good. Perch cannot resist a yellow/black shad jig with a black head.
  • Season
    Fishing is allowed all year.
  • Nice catches
    A pike weighing 12.5 kg (122 cm) was caught in 2009 and a perch measuring 63 cm in 2006. Many large perch and pike are caught each year, the pike exceeding over 100 cm.
  • Boat ramp
    There is a slipway at Loviseholm, GPS-coordinates X: 6532641, Y: 1263815. (See under the tab Slipways)
  • Fishing regulation
    Fishing with fixed fishing equipment is not allowed.