Near Gysinge, the Dalälven river splits into two branches, and just south of Sevedskvarn one branch of the river turns to rapids. Here you will find water teaming with fish, in particular the European grayling. The fishing here offers a mix of the Gysinge countryside and the wilderness of the Sevedskvarn area. The grayling fishing season is between June 1 and November 1. Work is underway in the area to recreate the natural spawning and reproduction cycles of sea-migrating species. This work is being led by the county government and power companies, in preparation for the opening of hiking trails from the sea. The Gysinge fishery conservation area association works with the long-term sustainable management of fishing in the area. Besides grayling and brown trout, popular fish species here are pike, perch and pikeperch, as well as exciting species like ide and bream.