Sladderforsen, which is about three kilometres downstream from Bötelsforsen, is a wonderful stretch of water with small islands and falls. The currents merge around the islands and form fine deep pools and backwaters with good spots for both grayling and brown trout. Some parts have easy wading and it is a really beautiful stretch of water.
The upper part of Sladderforsen in September 2002. Low water levels.
Sladderforsen, about 3 km downstream from the camp at Bötels.
The currents below Sladderforsen provide more good fishing spots.
Fine grayling and brown trout fishing outside the cabin.

Sladderforsen just above the cabin. The cabin can be seen down on the left.