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De fleste som fisker på Østlandet har på et eller annet tidspunkt vært nødt til å lese seg opp på fiskereglene satt av den lokale jeger- og fiskeforening eller almening. Ser man på et utvalg av slike på det sentrale Østlandet så er det tydelig at deler av regelverket kunne hatt godt av å tre inn i det 21. århundret.

Lars har tatt en titt på hjemmesiden til noen av de lokale lagene som eier fiskeretten i en rekke vann i området nord for Oslo. En fellesnevner er frykten for elektrisk motor og båtbruk generelt.


Ingen overraskelse hvor dette kommer fra, men OFA er ikke nødvendigvis veldig moderne de heller.

Starter man utenfor Oslo ser man at det også her legges ned forbud mot bruk av motor på båt. Man tar ikke høyde for størrelsen på vannet, men kjører heller en stram linje med totalforbud. For ordens skyld kan det nevnes at det ved norsk lov er ulovlig med båtmotor (også elektrisk) på vann under 2 kvadratkilometer i areal.

Båtforbud, med unntak av noen svære overbefolkede vann

Lenger nord følges det opp med tilsvarende regler for å hindre effektivt båtfiske. Dette virker å være mer standard enn unntak om man ser på fiskereglene rundt omkring i Norge.

Båt og flytering står ikke høyt i kurs hos denne rettighetshaveren.

I samme området finner vi en annen stor grunneier med fiskerett i mange store og små vann. I flere år har det blitt kjempet en kamp her for å få tillatelse til bruk av flytering, uten hell. Dette virker å være grodd fast hos de som har bestemt i lokale jeger og fisk i en årrekke.

Ikke båt, men et noe spesielt forbud mot alt fiske?!

I nabokommunen har de presisert at man i tidsrommet hvor ørret antas å gyte, ikke skal fiske etter noe annet enn sik og røye. Her kan det virke som man velger å ignorere det faktum at det finnes en del andre fiskearter å fiske etter som ikke påvirker ørretgyting.

Poenget er ikke å henge ut disse utvalgte foreningene og deres regler, for dette er ganske generelt rundt om i hele landet. Poenget er heller at vi som ivrige sportsfiskere bør melde oss inn i det vi kan av lokale jeger- og fiskeforeninger slik at vi kan være med å vri reglene mot mer moderne tider. Engasjer deg lokalt!

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