An introduction to coast and deep-sea fishing in Norway
All you need to know about coast and deep-sea fishing in Norway, including information on safety, popular destinations, expert tips and more.
Stay in a lighthouse or an old fishermen's cabin. Go fishing or join a whale safari.
All you need to know about freshwater fishing in Norway, including rules and regulations, safety issues, expert tips, popular destinations and more.
Make sure you stay safe during your fishing holiday in Norway, and that you are familiar with local rules and regulations.
Sport and recreational fishing in the sea around Norway can be enjoyed free of charge provided that you follow some simple rules.
No fish is worth risking your life. Conditions at sea can be unpredictable so take adequate precautions before setting out on your fishing trip.
Along the Norwegian coast, especially in the counties Finnmark, Troms, Nordland, Trøndelag and Møre og Romsdal, fishermen's cabins are sought after.
Lighthouses offering accommodation can be found all along the coast of Norway, from Vardø in the north to Grimstad in the south.
Great visibility, coupled with rich and varied marine life, makes diving in Norway a fascinating experience, as more and more divers are discovering.
In general, diving is permitted anywhere in Norway.
Winter is the best time for diving in Norway. Norwegian scuba diving magazine Dykking share their top 10 favourite places to dive.
The coastline of Norway is long, stretching from an idyllic archipelago in the south, to a wild and untamed meeting between land and sea in the north.
You will need to purchase various, easily obtainable licences depending on where you want to go fishing in Norway. Find out more here.
Safety when fishing on inland waters in Norway mostly boils down to common sense and taking some basic precautions.
Freshwater fishing in Norway can be a memorable experience, and here is a selection of some of the very best freshwater fishing areas in Norway.
Want to catch a really big salmon? With over 400 salmon rivers producing fish of a remarkably high average size, Norway offers a great chance.
Fishing in Norway’s lakes, rivers and streams for wild trout, grayling, pike, powan and Arctic char is inexpensive and largely under-exploited.