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Stordalsvatnet Lake

Stordalsvatnet Lake Photo: Etne kommune
Stordalsvatnet Lake Photo: Etne kommune

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Stordalsvatnet is the largest lake in municipality of Etne. Boat and net hire are offered by the land owners. The type of fish is salmon, trout, sea trout and eel. A fishing permit can be bought at E. Grindheim & Søn - 53 75 60 51, or at the local hotels, camping grounds and gas stations.

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  • Fishing Fishing

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  • Activities

    • freshwater fishing
  • Hire

    • fishing tackle
    • boat rental
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Stordalsvatnet Lake - Photo: Etne kommune

Stordalsvatnet Lake

Stordalsvatnet is the largest lake in municipality of Etne. Boat and net hire are offered by the land owners. The type of fish is salmon, trout, sea tr...

Stordalsvatnet Lake

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