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Atna fiskeforening

Atna fiskeforening Photo: Atna Fiskeforening
Atna fiskeforening Photo: Atna Fiskeforening

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Fishing license is valid for Atnavassdraget including tributary rivers, and is sold through local shops and tourist companies. Also avaiable at www.inatur.no.

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Atna fiskeforening - Photo: Atna Fiskeforening

Atna fiskeforening

Fishing license is valid for Atnavassdraget including tributary rivers, and is sold through local shops and tourist companies. Also avaiable at www....

Atna fiskeforening

Source: Visitnorway

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