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Practical fishing information

Make sure you stay safe during your fishing holiday in Norway, and that you are familiar with local rules and regulations.

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Fishing in Ringebu, Norway - Photo: CH/www.visitnorway.com

Practical fishing information

Make sure you stay safe during your fishing holiday in Norway, and that you are familiar with local rules and regulations.

Practical fishing information

Source: Visitnorway

Practical information

Safety at sea

No fish is worth risking your life. Conditions at sea can be unpredictable so take adequate precautions before setting out on your fishing trip.

Sport fishing rules and regulations: Sea fishing

Sport and recreational fishing in the sea around Norway can be enjoyed free of charge provided that you follow some simple rules.

Safety on rivers and lakes

Safety when fishing on inland waters in Norway mostly boils down to common sense and taking some basic precautions.

Sport fishing rules and regulations: Freshwater fishing

You will need to purchase various, easily obtainable licences depending on where you want to go fishing in Norway. Find out more here.

Winter fishing in Norway

Fresh air, plenty of snow, large fish – winter fishing in Norway has a strong recreational aspect for a relaxing holiday.

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Fishing offers and suggestions

These fishing offers and suggestions include deep-sea fishing, guided fishing tours and fishing for trout in mountain lakes.

The Lakselv River

The Lakselv River has been known as a ‘big salmon river’ for generations.

Fishing in Kjøllefjord

Join a fishing boat crew or rent your own vessel and catch cod, wolffish, halibut or king crab at Cape Nordkinn.
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The Orkla River

The Orkla River, regarded as one of the best sport fishing salmon rivers in Europe, is a part of the Trondheim fjord basin.

The Beiar River

The Beiar River runs through some very scenic areas in the Arctic, surrounded by snow-covered mountain peaks and some of Norway’s largest glaciers.

The Stjørdal River

Sport fishing in the Stjørdal River began in the 1800’s when the Duke of Marlborough was one of many regular English visitors.

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