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Fishing for trout with a rod and net in parts of Dyrdalsvatn lake by arrangement with the landowner. It is a good lake to fish, both in terms of quantity and quality - trout caught here can weigh up to 1kg.
Grungedal/Mogane fishing association can offer fishing in Grungevatn lake and the Lonine watercourse. There is only trout in this watercourse, varying in size from 100 to 500g.
Vinje landowners' association sells fishing permits for Vinjevatn and Våmarvatn lakes, as well as for many other smaller ones in the area. There is both char and trout in Vinjevatn and Våmarvatn lakes, but only trout in the others. The record for fish caught on a rod in Våmarvatn lake is a staggering 9.5kg!
Tveiten Fishermen’s Association offers trout fishing in Tveitevatn (525 m a.s.l.), which extends from Grungevatn to Edland. This nutrient-rich lake contains several strains of trout, making it attractive for both ice fishing and fishing in summer.
Vågslid Grunneigarlag welcomes you to enjoy fishing in their area of Vågslid and Haukelifjell. There are around 70 lakes and tarns here, all within one fishing permit zone, located in high mountain terrain in an area of more than 33,000 acres and at an altitude varying between 800-1600m. This area features some of the best mountain fishing in the south of Norway!
Vierli Eigedom offers fishing in lake Oksatjønn and parts of lake Uvatn in Rauland.
Totak lake is situated between Rauland in southeast and Arabygdi in northwest.
Lognvikvatn and Tansvatn are situated between Austbø in Rauland and Øyfjell in the south-east part of Vinje.
The members of the Vinje branch of the Hardangervidda Landowner's Cooperative offers a joint fishing permit for the Vinje Municipality part of Hardangervidda.