Hunting and Fishing in Brevens Bruk
With us at Brevens Bruk, both hunters and anglers get their fill.
Our lands are rich in game, not least deer and Sottern offers fine lake fishing from land or boat.
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Brevens Bruk AB’s land is extremely wild. The game that is both dominant and most visible to the area is the fallow deer. The fallow deer population is very strong and also keeps a lot of very beautiful capital deer. On the fields there are also a lot of wild boar, normal moose strains, an increasing red deer population and a lot of hares and capercaillies. The deer have been pushed back by the many deer, but have recovered somewhat in recent years. The hunt is mainly leased to hunting teams, but Brevens Bruk AB also has its own representation land where representative hunting and sales hunts are conducted. The company sells a limited number of larger hunts as well as stealth and guard hunts for fallow deer and wild boar.
For more information please contact:
Thorbjörn Andersson (hunting manager) email@example.com
Jonas Pettersson (forest ranger) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomas Thuresson (forest manager and CEO) email@example.com
Brevens Bruk AB offers fine fishing waters in Lake Sottern. The lake is 2,800 hectares and contains a 700 hectare Natura 2000 area called “Sottern’s archipelago”. The reserve was inaugurated in 1997 and was created primarily to protect ospreys and large loons that are well represented in the lake.
During the period 15 May to 15 July, access to the reserve is prohibited.
In Sottern there are plenty of e.g. pikeperch, perch, pike, lake, eel and roach.
Chart of Sottern (Please note that this is only a simple map of the lake. There are many rocks in the lake that are not marked, so drive carefully.) The purple part does not belong to Brevens Bruk AB’s fishing waters.
Please note that fishing in the nature reserve is not allowed. Picture on map of the lake
Moorings in Sottern
Brevens Bruk AB can offer moorings in Sottern at Gillberga, Kilsmo and Knipphammaren.
The places consist of boat barriers at piers. There are plenty of parking spaces. Trash cans are available at the car parks so you do not have to take rubbish from the boat trip home. At each jetty area there is a boom to which you must have a key to be able to put in your boat.
Since many prefer not to have their boat lying by the pier but instead put in and pick up the boat at each turn, it is now possible to only rent a boom key to one of the pier areas. A jetty costs fr.o.m. 2021 SEK 800 and only key SEK 500.