The Baltic coast on the east and south and the western coast join a line from coast to coast to mark the boundaries of Southern Sweden. Pike is most popular inland, as well as along the southern and eastern coasts. Pikeperch and perch are also well fished here. There are rivers with migrating salmon and sea trout, fish also found along the whole coastline. Along the western coast other species are fished, including mackerel and cod.
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