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Go deep-sea fishing in one of the famous fjords along FjordKysten (the Fjord Coast) or out on the open sea, far west in Norway.
Go deep sea fishing for cod or halibut, catch wild salmon in a local lake or try fly-fishing for pollock. The options are many in this part of Norway.
Hemsedal is a well known fly-fishing destination, located
in the mountains midway between Oslo and Bergen, and a one-hour drive from the Sognefjord.
With its long coastline dotted with small islands and fjords, the Skagerrak Coast in Southern Norway offers ample opportunities for deep-sea fishing.
Close to Hammerfest and the North Cape in Northern Norway, you will find three places that offer excellent conditions for a fishing holiday.
Anglers from all over Europe come to Hedmark's grayling stretches to enjoy great fly fishing and picturesque nature.
Ålesund is Norway's fishing capital. Fishing is also a popular activity for locals and tourists – simply because you are guaranteed to catch fish.
With easy access to Mjøsa and Randsfjorden, two of Norway's biggest lakes, the Gjøvik region offers plenty of fishing opportunities.
Fish in the Romsdalsfjord, which boasts one of the largest varieties of fish species in Norway, or cast your line from the Atlantic Road.
Experience Offersøy – the gateway to Lofoten and Vesterålen. Here you can go deep-sea fishing, diving and join a killer whale safari.
Explore Norway’s breathtaking coastline and let experienced local guides introduce you to the best sea fishing in Europe.
Trøndelag in Central Norway is a great destination for anglers, whether you want to go fishing along the coast or in one of several top salmon rivers.
These fishing offers and suggestions include deep-sea fishing, guided fishing tours and fishing for trout in mountain lakes.
Why not choose the famous Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage, as your destination for your next fishing holiday in Western Norway?
Sea fishing, halibut fishing and king crabbing