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The fishing opportunities at Jæren er fantastic, either at a lake, in a river, or  in the watercourses at Høg-Jæren. Destinasjon Jæren invites you to fish salmon in the lower par of the Hå river (Håelva), one of Norway's best salmon rivers.

Fishing salmons is normally difficult to find, but here you can get access to fishing in an area with lots of fish, and an easy area to walk in. You will get help from a person who knows the area, and who knows all that is needed to fish salmon.

Groups who wish to do a funny and unique activity together, and who at the same time want to combine this with a good nature experience and social interaction around the fire. Those who have fished before, will find this as an easy training. Those who would not like to fish can still have a fun time with the social part of the programme.

15th of June to the 20th of September. From 3 - 12 hours.

From the bridge at Njærheim, and down to the hanging bridge at Hå Old Vicariage, there is a 5,5 km long stretch where it is easy to fish from. There is a road all the way to the camp area with space for tents and bonfire.

Outdoor clothing. It is recommended to take one extra garment.

Guide/host, fishing equipment, tent (6 x 6 m), mobile toilet, fire pan, wood, coffee, sitting benches and the "world's best fish soup".

Drinks, transport.

Groups of
10 pax kr 1650,- p.p.
15 pax kr 1300,- p.p.
20 pax kr 1100,- p.p.

With different number of people, take contact for offer. All the prices are without taxes. Prices subject to change. With arrangements during the weekend there will normally be an additional.

It is important to bring good, warm clothing.
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Salmon fishing

The fishing opportunities at Jæren er fantastic, either at a lake, in a river, or  in the watercourses at Høg-Jæren. Destinasjon Jæren invites you to...

Salmon fishing

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