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Fishing in the Stavanger region

Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Eikeland Gard Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Lene Lunde, Region Stavanger Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Carmen Cristina Carpio, Region Stavanger Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Terje Rakke, Region Stavanger Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Alf S. Ognedal
Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Eikeland Gard
Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Lene Lunde, Region Stavanger
Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Carmen Cristina Carpio, Region Stavanger
Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Terje Rakke, Region Stavanger
Fishing in the Stavanger region Photo: Alf S. Ognedal

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State licence fee to fish
Everyone over 18 years old who would like to fish for salmon, artic sea char or sea trout must pay a state licence fee, use this link: http://fiskeravgift.miljodirektoratet.no/. You can also pay in a bank or at the post office. In most of cases you also need to purchase a fishing permit from the landowner locally.

More information from the tourist information offices and from Fiskeridireketoratet: http://www.fiskeridir.no/fritidsfiske/informasjon-til-turister/fishing-by-tourists-in-norway.


Sea fishing
It is allowed to fish in the sea without any fee/permit all along the coast. All you have to do is find an area that suits your likings.

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Fishing in the Stavanger region

State licence fee to fish Everyone over 18 years old who would like to fish for salmon, artic sea char or sea trout must pay a state licence fee, use t...

Fishing in the Stavanger region

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