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Numerous lakes, pristine waters, vast wilderness areas and cosy accommodation. Gjøvik is a winter paradise for ice fishing enthusiasts.
In winter time most of the lakes in Norway are frozen. But that does not mean that the fish are not there. You just need to get under the thick layer of ice by drilling holes in the ice - anywhere on the lake. In the town of Gjøvik at Norway's largest lake, Mjøsa, you can rent an ice drill at the tourist office.
Gjøvik and the surrounding areas have many waters to choose from - and don't be surprised if you are the only one out there, waiting to get a 50 centimetre long perch or a 5 kilo trout on the hook. You can also try your luck for pike, char, whitefish and burbot.
Spend the night in a cosy cabin, in a hotel or at a campsite next to the water by Lake Mjøsa, Einafjorden, Randsfjorden, Tyrifjord or Ihle.
Plenty of ice fishing opportunities on six lakes with an abundance of perch, pike and trout, within walking distance. The lakes Einavatnet and Mjøsa are just minutes away by car. You can purchase a fishing license for NOK 100 per week.
Accommodation at Toten Hotel Sillongen, idyllically located by the waterfront and popular among tourists and conference attenders.
From NOK 640 per person in a double room.
Accommodation is also available in two cottages with a total of 14 beds.
From NOK 7,000 per week.
With a privileged location by the Einafjord, Fjordtitt is ideal for ice fishing enthusiasts who are looking forward to catch perch and pike. Anglers are provided with comfortable accommodation in a secluded, newly refurbished cottage within easy reach of the Einavatnet lake.
The fully-equipped cottage includes a 25-square-metre terrace with a stunning view over Einavatnet, in scenic and quiet surroundings.
From NOK 3,450 per week
Keep these rules of thumb in mind whenever you are on or by the water:
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