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Read more: The Bybrua Waterfall

Bybrua

The Bybrua Waterfall

Fish species:  - Trout  How to get there: GPS location:  - Type "Odnesvegen 455, 2822 BYBRUA" (The waterfall is located at the opposite side of the...
Read more: The Braastad Waterfall

Gjøvik

The Braastad Waterfall

Fish species:  - Trout   - Perch (in the rivermouth)  - Grayling (in the rivermouth) How to get there: GPS location:  - Type "Braastadvika 67, 2825...
Read more: The Høgfallet Waterfall

Biri

The Høgfallet Waterfall

Fish species:  - Trout  How to get there: GPS location:  - The nearest address is "Snertingdalsvegen 179, 2822 BYBRUA" (Drive 200 metres past this...
Read more: Ice fishing near Quality Hotel Strand

Gjøvik

Ice fishing near Quality Hotel Strand

Fishing on Mjøsa (Norways largest lake), Eina, Ihle and Landåsvatnet, check the links below to see details for each fishing area. The ice fishing...
Read more: Ice fishing near Comfort Hotel Grand Photo: Comfort Hotel Grand.

Gjøvik

Ice fishing near Comfort Hotel Grand

Fishing on Mjøsa (Norways largest lake), Eina, Ihle and Landåsvatnet, check the links below to see details for each fishing area. Comfort Hotel Grand...
Read more: Ice fishing near Gjøvik Hostel Hovdetun

Gjøvik

Ice fishing near Gjøvik Hostel Hovdetun

When you stay at Gjøvik Hostel Hovdetun you are just a quick drive from a lot af good fishing spots, like Einavatnet, Ihle and Landåsvatnet. Right...
Read more: Boats for rent Photo: Blinker/Turistkontoret

Gjøvik

Boats for rent

There are several opportunities for renting a boat in this region. Both by the lakes of Randsfjorden, Sillongen and Trevatn there are boats for rent:...
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Gjøvik

Boats for rent

There are several opportunities for renting a boat in this region. Both by the lakes of Randsfjorden, Sillongen and Trevatn there are boats for rent:...
Read more: Lake Mjøsa

Gjøvik

Lake Mjøsa

Mjøsa has rich fish stocks; there are 20 species in total. The most famous and most coveted by anglers is the large Mjøsa trout, which can grow as big...
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