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Fishing lake
Sweden

Åmossen är 2 små sjöar som ligger i V.Vemmerlöv ca 4 Km norr om Trelleborg. Kan vara lite svårt att hitta dit, men om man använder GPS så går det. Man får lov att fiska här mot en betalning på 20 Kr som man lägger i en brevlåda på väg dit. Det bygger nämligen på ärlighet. Den mest eftersökta fisken är gädda men finns även annat.

Copyright: Jan Andersson
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Uploaded: 22/05/2012
Updated: 07/07/2014
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Tags: fishing lake; nature; quiet location
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