The Eckerö card offers both open sea fishing and fishing in protected inner bays. The area's area is approx. 130 square kilometers. The fishing area is extensive and includes the fishing waters of six villages. The fishing areas are basically around Eckerö and sea areas south and west of Eckerö (see map). To maintain a good supply, a large number of fish fry are planted in the area. Annually, 4,000 sea trout fry, 100,000 pike fry and 3,000 whitefish fry are planted out. The rejuvenation of perch is good. A number of conservation areas have been established to protect the fish's spawning areas during the period 15.4 to 15.6. These are marked in map material. The area of Eckerökort has particularly fine trout waters and bays and straits with a good supply of pike and perch.
The Eckerökortet is an association of six fishing waters, the villages of Storby, Torp, Kyrkoby, Överby, Marby and Björnhuvud. The idea is to bring together a larger sport fishing area with a good supply of fish and the opportunity to fish both at sea and in inland bays. The organization is owned by the communities of the villages. A larger area gives advantages partly in being able to market the area. In addition, it facilitates the possibility of exercising fisheries management, such as the planting of fish fry and the establishment of conservation areas. The intention is that the Eckerökortet should simply be good for both the area and visiting fishermen.
Organization number: 1104385-8Customer number: 1222, Area: 1223.