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Fjordtaxi offers sightseeing and fishing trips on the inner and outer Oslo Fjord.
Max capacity: 11 persons....
In Marnardal you will find many good inland fishing lakes. Most of them are opened for free fishing for the public. Many of them are easy to find,...
Lake Totak is approximately 35 km long and its maximum depth is about 350 m. The lake contains char and trout. Its bed consists mostly of sand and...
Lognvikvatn and Tansvatn Lakes are not regulated. The trout and char stocks are strong; mostly char in Lognvikvatn. Lognvik and Tansvatn Fishing...
The Vinje branch of the Hardangervidda Landowner’s Cooperative is trying to get as many members as possible to belong to a scheme of joint fishing...
Lake Lognvikvatn is not regulated and the deepest spot is 74 m (off Fundlid). The trout and char stocks are strong. Lognvik District Fishing...
Møsstrond Landowner’s Association was set up in 1972 and currently has 46 members who control about 95% of the rights on and near this lake.
Rorgevatn (715 m.a.s.l) in Øyfjell offers trout fishing. The fish are large, and it is not unusual to take fish weighing about one kilogram. The...
Uvatn and Oksatjønn lakes are located about 1000 m.a.s.l. There is little vegetation around the lakes, and they are convenient for rod fishing. The...
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