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Restaurant Havfruen Fishing Festival

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Who will take the biggest salmon in Trondheim in 2014?

Havruen Fish Restaurant lends out fishing tackle free and offers free salmon fishing from the area called Krana at Bakklandet (on the opposite side of the river from the restaurant). The fishing season starts June 1st and the Fishing Festival lasts all summer until August 31.

The river Nidelven is rich of wild salmon and there are salmon annually taken over 20 kg/each. Each week is a fishing competition, with great prizes to those who manage to land the biggest fish.

If you are able to get the fish, you can even have it cooked and served at the restaurant, or you can take it with you.

More information at Facebook.com/Havfruenrestaurant

Good luck on your fishing in Trondheim 2014!


  • Fishing Fishing


6/1/2014 - 8/31/2014
Mon - Sun


  • General facilities

    • suitable for children
    • jetty
    • private pier
  • Disabled persons

    • adapted for disabled
    • wheelchair access (ramp)
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
    • river fishing
  • Hire

    • fishing tackle
  • Age limit

    • adult
    • children
  • Atmosphere

    • nice
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Restaurant Havfruen Fishing Festival

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Who will take the biggest salmon in Trondheim in 2014? Havruen Fish Restaurant lends out fishing tackle free and offers free salmon fishing from the...

Restaurant Havfruen Fishing Festival

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