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Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard

Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard Photo: Mo Laksegard
Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard Photo: Mo Laksegard

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Mo Laksegard can provide 6 different fishing zones along the Suldalslågen River - the largest river in Western Norway. The season for river trout (Brown Trout) fishing commences on May 1st, and the season for salmon and sea trout commences on July 15th.

The season lasts until October 1st.

Several of the fishing zones are situated within walking distance from the chalets at Mo Laksegard. Suldalslågen River is renowned for its large salmon and sea trout. It is not unusual to land a salmon that weighs 10 kgs. Every year, a salmon weighing more than 20 kgs is landed.
The average weight for sea trout ranges from 1.0 to 1.4 kgs. Trout weighing between 3 to 5 kgs are not uncommon.

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Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard - Photo: Mo Laksegard

Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard

Mo Laksegard can provide 6 different fishing zones along the Suldalslågen River - the largest river in Western Norway. The season for river trout (Bro...

Salmon and trout fishing - Mo Laksegard

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