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The abundant off-season fishing opportunities in Southern Norway offer anglers a uniquely quiet atmosphere, pristine lake and sea waters, countless fish species and exciting guided fishing trips.

Sea fishing in Southern Norway.
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Farsund Resort
Farsund Resort.
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Tregde Ferie
Tregde Ferie.
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Find the finest fish in Southern Norway

Southern Norway
Southern Norway offers a uniquely quiet atmosphere, pristine lake and sea waters, countless fish species and guided fishing trips.
Farsund Resort provides overnight accommodation in lodges and apartments of exceptionally high standard. Read more
Fishing holiday - Farsund Resort - Fall/winter
Tregde Ferie is located in an idyllic setting with views of the Tregde archipelago just east of Mandal. Read more
Fishing holiday - Tregde Ferie
Bjørnevåg Resort is beautifully located by the Spind fjord between Lyngdal and Farsund. Read more
Fishing trip - Bjørnevåg Ferie
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    Farsund Resort - high quality lodging

    Enjoy a fun-filled holiday with fishing and lots of other activities at the high quality Farsund Resor. Accommodation is offered in lodges and apartments of a high standard, and you are surrounded by stunning nature with sheltered fjords, idyllic islands and narrow inlets.

    Situated between Lyngdal and Farsund, around 1,5 hours west of Kristiansand, the open sea is only 15-20 minutes away. 22 feet Skager-boats with echo sound and map planner, GPS, AIS and VHF radio are available to rent.

    Regardless of the weather and season, it is almost always possible to organise a fishing expedition.

    Read more about Farsund Resort

    Sheltered fishing all year round at Tregde Ferie

    The idyllic holiday resort Tregde Ferie has a location that is sheltered from the open sea, which makes it a great spot for winter fishing. Visit in winter if you want to avoid the summer crowds. Off-season, you also have a better chance of catching bigger fish, as they tend to move to deeper waters in the summer. Common species are cod, ling, tusk, coalfish and pollock.

    Located 6 kilometres east of Mandal and 48 kilometres west of Kristiansund in Southern Norway, Tregde Ferie offers cabins and apartments of a high standard.

    Read more about Tregde Ferie

    Winter fishing at Bjørnevåg Ferie

    Beautifully located at the Spindfjord between Lyngdal and Farsund, Bjørnevåg Ferie offers accommodation in modern and comfortable holiday homes and apartments. Some of the holiday homes have a sauna, and they all have a bathroom with a shower.

    Bjørnevåg Ferie has boats for rent and arranges deep-sea fishing trips with local fishermen as skippers all year round. The largest boat MS Bjørnevåg has a capacity for up to eight passengers.

    Read more about Bjørnevåg Ferie

    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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