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Eastern Norway Innlandet GJØVIK

The Gjøvik-permit

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Gjøvik Municipality has several good fishing lakes and has one common license for the entire municipality.
EXCEPT are the following small waters, where the landowner's permission is required:
- Kim Engers part of Storsvarken
- Middle Svarka
- Little Svarka
- Sørekertjernet
- Sætersangen
- Hemsangen
- Rågjerdstjernet
- Melbytjernet
- Skålmyrdammen
- Flatsjøen
- Ringsjøen

Fishing with rod and reel from the banks.  Most lakes are also very good for ice fishing

This is a river which originates from Faberg Vestfjell with its outlet in Biri center.
From the river's highest point, to the lowest point at the lake, it is almost 900 meters.
4 km long.
The river has a population of trout, although thin population.

Located at 432 meters. about 1,8 square kilometers.
It has a good population of trout and lots and lots of small perch.

Stokke river:
Flows through Snertingdal and out by Stokke in Redalen.
The river has a polulation of trout.  The lower 300 meters are available for grayling and trout from Lake Mjøsa.

Fishing regulations and duties:
- Cards can be purchased from, among others Gjøvikregionen Tourist Office, Coop Market Snertingdal, Snertingdal Bilistsenter YX, Matkroken Snertingdal, Jon Henrik Haugen Snertingdal.

- You can also purchase the Gjøvik licence via SMS or on-line.
- For day-pass send "LICENCE CHM10" to number "2470". NOK 63, -
- Weekly Cards send "LICENCE CHM11" to "2470". NOK 122, -
- Season tickets send "LICENCE to CHM12" to "2470". NOK 240, -

- Fishing with rod and reel, handline and ice fishing equipment is allowed.
- Minimum size trout 20 cm.  No minimum for other species
- For lakes coverd by the Gjøvik licence, the season is all year round.
- In rivers and streams, fishing is not permitted from September 15 to 31 December.
- In rivers and streams where the trout from Lake Mjøsa spawns, there is no fishing between September 1 and April 30.

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Description Price*
Fishing Lisence 100.00 1 week
Fishing Lisence 50.00 1 day
Fishing Lisence 200.00 Seasoncard
* Price from
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