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Fishing in Sirdal

Fishing in Sirdal Photo: Eli Haugen
Fishing in Sirdal Photo: Eli Haugen

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There are many beautiful mountain lakes in Sirdal full of fresh water fish. You can use different kinds of equipment, but rods with lures, bait or flies are most common.

Rules and Regulations
Fishing requirements are normally a set local fee. For more information about the fee and the various locations contact the Kvæven Tourist Information. Or call in and purchase the 'Fiskekart for Sirdal' which is a map with an overview of the different fishing areas, information on fishing licenses and the rules and regulations on fishing.
Fishing licences must be purchased prior to fishing.
Fishing gear can be rented from Kvæven Tourist Information.

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Fishing in Sirdal - Photo: Eli Haugen

Fishing in Sirdal

There are many beautiful mountain lakes in Sirdal full of fresh water fish. You can use different kinds of equipment, but rods with lures, bait or...

Fishing in Sirdal

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