Ebbamåla bruk Hostel
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Our fishing area is located approximately 3o kilometres from the coast and adjacent to the county of Småland. The water flow in the river is regulated at the power station in Granö, some additional 10 kilometres further upstream. Below links are provided to the water flow as well as how to tell the difference between a male and a female fish.

Videos from previous years

A selection of videos from previous seasons can give you a feel for our fishery.

Mörrumsåns FVO Ebbemåla-Åmma


Our fishing area includes 3.5 kilometers of Mörrumsån in Blekinge, just south of the border of Småland. The river runs through magnificent nature and well preserved land both in the north and south. There is easy access to nine diverse pools, each with its unique character.

Our goal is to offer every fisherman the opportunity to fish in the wild and pristine waters of the region. We have made this possible through selective fishery, well preserved nature and fewer fishermen.

We sell fishing permits and welcome fly fishermen, spin fishermen and anglers.

Fishing season starts March 10

Our fishing season starts on 10 March. Salmon and sea trout season runs from 10 March to 30 September. The optimal fishing season is during the spring months of March and April and during September when salmon and sea trout are most abundant. However, throughout the season you can catch many other local fish.

Daily Fishing Permits

We offer daily fishing permits. Bookings for the 10 March is individual.

Purchase fishing permits online

Permits are purchased online. The confirmation received after the purchase is also valid as a fishing permit. So make sure you bring the confirmation (fishing permit) when fishing.

Weighing and recording of the catch

Weighing and recording of the catch is made at Ebbemala Bruk.


Like and follow us to stay up to date on fishing and events. We have posted many photos from the past years. Browse photos you may find yourself with one of your nice catches. Feel free to comment, share more photos, videos of your catches in our area.