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All you need for a terrific fishing adventure

The resorts in Trøndelag are often crowded – in the water, that is. Fishing enthusiasts can rest assured that there is more than enough fish for every visitor.

Deep-sea fishing at the coast of Trøndelag

Deep sea fishing in Trøndelag

Biodiversity in and above the water

Most of Norway's common saltwater fish species are represented in Trøndelag. Even the coveted halibut can be found on the coast and in the fjords.

In addition to rich fishing grounds, there are also many other animals to look out for, like whales, seals and birds. Impressive natural sights and experiences are guaranteed not just for anglers but also for hikers, cyclists and divers.

Season

The high season lasts from March to October. Some places are also open for winter fishing.
 


Sea fishing offers in Trøndelag

Many islands and even more fish: Choose one of our customised offers below and book your dream fishing holiday in Trøndelag.

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Sea fishing offers in Trøndelag
Many islands and even more fish: Choose one of our customised offers below and book your dream fishing holiday in Trøndelag.
Thore is your host in Bessaker where you live in sea houses. Offers a variaty of sea activities and salmon fishing. Deep sea fishing tours can be… Read more
Bessaker rorbuer and sjøhus
Six fjord cottages of a high standard, sleeping 4–9 people. Fully-equipped kitchen, lounge, 2–5 bedrooms, bath/toilet and storage room. We… Read more
Frosta Fjordbuer
The proximity to the ocean and the Svesord makes this an attractive resort for all fishing enthusiasts. Boat hire and opportunities for fishing trips… Read more
Seter Brygge
Top standard accommodation in Rørvik centre with superb fishing spots just outside, including a fantastic view over the bay and the ships outside. The… Read more
Rørvik Rorbuer
Bakkan Wahl lies on a small peninsular of land on the Trøndelag coast. Here you can experience a feeling of freedom and enjoy nature, untouched.… Read more
Bakkan Wahl - activities
We offer a variety of fun and challenging activities both on land and sea. Sula is a traditional fishing village with history dating back to the… Read more
Sula Rorbuer - activities
Go from the idyllic Hasvåg (Flatanger) to the best fishing spots in just five minutes by boat. Hasvåg Fritid have three apartments, for a total of up… Read more
Hasvåg Fritid
High standard accommodation and fishing trips with English and Russian speaking guides in the waters around Hitra and Frøya. Read more
Dolmsundet Marina
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    How to get to Trøndelag

    Trøndelag is located between Fjord Norway and Northern Norway, which means that you have many travel options to get there.

    • By Road

      By Road

      By car, you can reach Trøndelag from Oslo in a day.

      With bus and train there are good connections from the north, south and east.

    • By Boat

      By Boat

      Hurtigruten's ships stop at Trondheim and Rørvik daily, both northbound and southbound.

      The express ferry Kystekspressen connects Trondheim Fosen, Hitra, Frøya and Kristiansund. There is a car ferry between Trondheim and Fosen.

    • By Plane

      By Plane

      There are direct flights to Trondheim Airport Værnes from London Stansted and other European cities. National flights are offered several times a day from Oslo and other Norwegian airports.

      The other nearest airports are located in Namsos and Rørvik.


    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 and gives you more worry-free fun.
    2. Bring the necessary equipment. It should be in good condition and easily accessible.
    3. Respect the sea and the weather. Only cast off when it is safe.
    4. Follow the rules of the sea, and make sure you know what they are.
    5. Wear life jackets or other flotation devices.
    6. Make sure you are rested and sober. Do not drive 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.

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