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Fishing in the Oslo Fjord

Fishing in the Oslo Fjord Photo: Dagens Fangst
Fishing in the Oslo Fjord Photo: Dagens Fangst

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There are many places for fishing in the inner part of the Oslo Fjord. Fishing licences are not necessary.

Below you find a list of companies, which organise and tailor-make fishing trips. For a map of the fishing places along the fjord, please contact the Norwegian Hunting and Fishing Association (www.njff.no).

Oslo Fjord Boat Fishing
Guided fishing trips in the inner Oslo Fjord, incl. petrol, guiding and instruction.
Duration: 2 hours or more, (usually 4 hours).
Fishing equipment available for rental.
For reservations, contact Glenn at +47 95 71 54 04 or + 47 67 58 12 15 or visit www.oslofjordboatfishing.com.

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Fishing in the Oslo Fjord - Photo: Dagens Fangst

Fishing in the Oslo Fjord

There are many places for fishing in the inner part of the Oslo Fjord. Fishing licences are not necessary. Below you find a list of companies, which...

Fishing in the Oslo Fjord

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