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Audna river Photo: Svein Lysestøl Audna river Photo: Karl Damli Audna river Photo: Svein Lysestøl
Audna river Photo: Svein Lysestøl
Audna river Photo: Karl Damli
Audna river Photo: Svein Lysestøl
Approximately 35 km of the River Audnaelva is suitable for salmon angling and has plenty of good pools, rapids and small waterfalls.

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The river is split into several sub-zones. Fishing licenses can be purchased at the Kulturtorvet in Vigeland or at petrol stations along the river. The site at Gislefoss waterfall is suitable for wheelchair users. There is also a public toilet.

For more information see www.audna.no.

Facilities

  • Activities

    • fishing license
    • river fishing
    • rod fishing
    • salmon fishing

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  • Fishing Fishing

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6/1/2013 - 8/31/2013
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Audna river - Photo: Svein Lysestøl

Audna river

The river is split into several sub-zones. Fishing licenses can be purchased at the Kulturtorvet in Vigeland or at petrol stations along the river....

Audna river

Source: Visitnorway

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