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A hole lot of fun

Numerous lakes, pristine waters, vast wilderness areas and cosy accommodation. Gjøvik is a winter paradise for ice fishing enthusiasts.

Ice fishing in Gjøvik
Ice fishing in Gjøvik.
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Ice fishing in Gjøvik
Ice fishing in Gjøvik.
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Gjøvik
Rent an ice drill at the Tourist Office in Gjøvik.
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Gjøvik
Ice fishing in Gjøvik.
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Selected winter fishing accommodation

Sleep in a cosy holiday house, rent an ice drill and enjoy a relaxed day on the frozen lakes.

Gjøvik
Numerous lakes, pristine waters, vast wilderness areas and cosy accommodation. Gjøvik is a winter paradise for ice fishing enthusiasts.
Fishing near Sillongen - Perch fishing on Ihle (Sillongen, Eriksrudtjern, Kauserudtjernet, Helsettjernet, Slomma, Steffensrudtjernet) - Trout fishing… Read more
Ice fishing near Sillongen
Fishing near Fjordtitt Being located right by the Eina Fjord, Fjordtitt is great for Perch- and Pike fishing the entire year. Some other good fishing… Read more
Ice fishing near Fjordtitt
Ice fishing at the Selmer Cabin Try fishing in one of the district's best perch waters, with a lot and sometimes big perch and pike right outside the… Read more
Ice fishing from the Selmer cabin
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
Ice fishing near Gjøvik Hostel Hovdetun
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 Comfort Hotel Grand
Ice fishing near Quality Hotel Strand Just a stone's throw from Strand Hotel you can fish for trout and pike in Mjøsa, Norway's greatest lake with… Read more
Ice fishing near Quality Hotel Strand
Ice fishing possibilities near Sveastranda Camping: - Pike and Perch on Mjøsa, Norways largest lake with more than 20 fish species. - Perch and Trout… Read more
Ice fishing near Sveastranda
Fishing possibilities near Lyngstrand Camping From Lyngstrand Camping there is no more than 30 minutes to any of the ice fishing lakes in Region… Read more
Ice fishing near Lyngstrand Camping
Fishing possibilities near "The skipper's residence" on Evjua Camping. - Fishing for Perch, Pike and Burbot in Lake Mjøsa - Fishing for Perch and… Read more
Ice fishing near Evjua Strandpark
Fishing at Bellevue Lake Tyrifjorden offer great perch, large pike and a variety of other species. Ice fishing takes place from right outside the… Read more
Ice fishing from Bellevue - Hønefoss
Utvika Camping is located by the E-16, 40 kilometers north-west of Oslo in Ringerike, direction Bergen. We have 14 cabins and 100 places for… Read more
Utvika Camping
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    Safety tips to leave you high and dry

    Keep these rules of thumb in mind whenever you are on or by the water:

    1. Think safety at all times. Planning reduces risk.
    2. Bring necessary equipment, make sure it is in good condition and easily accessible.
    3. Respect the sea and the weather. Only go out in a boat when it is safe.
    4. Know the rules of the sea, and make sure to follow them.
    5. Wear life jackets or other flotation devices.
    6. Be rested and sober. Do not operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
    7. Be considerate, and remember that safety, the environment, and the well-being of everybody is a common responsibility.

    Find more safety tips on Norwegian Maritime Authority’s website.

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