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Fishing in Grimstad

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Inland fishing

Grimstad can offer a vast, beautiful and lush countryside, ideal for outdoor pursuits and fishing. Extensive liming has brought the fish back to our freshwater lakes. Fishing permit is required for lokal watercourses.

Fishing permit for inland fishing you'll get at the gas station "Shell" by the harbour in Grimstad.

Sea fishing

The Grimstad region offers excellent rod fishing opportuinties. Some easily accessible spots are Kalvehageneset in Homborsund, the southern part of Marivold and Hasseltangen in Fevik. The most common fish species are cod, saithe, pollack and mackerel.

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Fishing in Grimstad

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Inland fishing Grimstad can offer a vast, beautiful and lush countryside, ideal for outdoor pursuits and fishing. Extensive liming has brought the...

Fishing in Grimstad

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