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Sea angling Photo: Øivind Leren Sea angling Photo: Midsund RL Sea angling Photo: Terje Rakke/ Nordic Life/ Fjord Norway Sea angling Photo: A.Windstad
Sea angling Photo: Øivind Leren
Sea angling Photo: Midsund RL
Sea angling Photo: Terje Rakke/ Nordic Life/ Fjord Norway
Sea angling Photo: A.Windstad

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The island communities of Aukra, Averøy, Midsund and Sandøy are excellent starting points for sea angling trips on boats that are built for the open sea. With a strong short rod, long line and heavy jigs you can catch cod, wolf fish, cusk, ling, saithe, halibut and various kinds of shark. On the landward side of the islands and in the fjords it is possible to fish from ordinary pleasure craft. Along the whole coast there are many good spots for angling from the shore with rods, line and lures.

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Sea angling

The island communities of Aukra, Averøy, Midsund and Sandøy are excellent starting points for sea angling trips on boats that are built for the open...

Sea angling

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