Database for Coastal Fish – KUL

Last changed: 04 September 2023
Perch in aquarium at Baltic Sea Science Center (BSSC), Skansen. Photo: Mark Harris for SLU.

The KUL database contains catch data from the coastal fishery. In its current form, KUL has been in operation since 2006. Individual fish data are also stored in KUL. This can be gender distribution or information on the length, weight or age of individual fish. The use of the database consists of two parts, registration and extraction of coastal fishing data. Data are registered through Kreg applications, which supports standardized survey types for coastal sample fishing. Data extraction from KUL can be done via our web-based reports or map service on this page.

Below you can find information and instructions KUL, KREG och datahosting. If you miss some info, contact Noora Mustamaki.


Overview of published data (swedish) shows an extract from the database.

Instructions for searching the database (swedish).

When report withdrawal from the database KUL, selection including sampled county, sampling site and year is made in the table header. Arrow symbols makes you move between pages and reports.


Ronny Fredriksson, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Analyst
Department of Aquatic Resources, Institute of Coastal Research, SLU, +46 10 479 41 70

Noora Mustamäki, Environmental Assessment Analyst
Department of Aquatic Resources, SLU, +46(0)10-478 41 79