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7. Ice fishing

Ice fishing in Lierne park
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Ice fishing in Lierne park.
Photo: Bernartwood / trondelag.com
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There is something almost meditating about sitting or lying beside the hole and gently tugging the hook to try to catch the fish’s interest.

Snåsa - an ice fishers dream

Snåsa is situated about 130 kilometres north of Trondheim, and boasts more than 2000 small and large fishing waters in the municipality. A large number of these can also be fished when the ice has subsided. With a fishing license you have access to all the waters, and then you can easily start fishing - with a rod, hook and warm clothes.

Popular ice fishing spots

The three most popular waters with regard to ice fishing are Grønningen, Langvatnet and Heggsjøen, all of which can be reached by car. Here you can fish both trout and char. The largest trout caught during ice fishing so far was about 5 kg, and it was caught in Langvatnet.

More adventurous winter experiences in Trøndelag

How to get to Trøndelag

Trøndelag is easy to reach, by plane, car, bus or boat. The air connection is good from many cities in Europe. 

By plane:
Trondheim Airport Værnes is one of Norways biggest airports with both national and international direct routes
In addition to many of the national routes there is direct flights from over 20 cities, for example Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, London Amsterdam and Reykjavik.
With Widerøe there is daily depatures from Trondheim to Namsos and Rørvik. There is also daily depatures between Oslo and Røros.
From Trondheim Airport you can take the airport bus to Trondheim. The bus trip is about 30 minutes. 

With boat:
Arriving to Trøndelag by the sea is a beautiful experience. The Costal Ferry, Hurtigruten is described as the worlds most beautiful sea journey, and stops at both Trondheim and Rørvik.  
From Kristiansund you can take the costal express, Kystekspressen to Trondheim. 

With train:
The train routes to Trøndelag is great, either you are travelling from north, south or east. From Oslo the trip is about 7 hours, from Bodø it is about 10 hours. Check nsb.no

With car:
E6 is the main road through Trøndelag.
E39 is the connection from Møre og Romsdal. 
Are you arriving from Sweden, drive to Trøndelag via RV31 to Røros, E14 to Stjørdal or RV72 to Verdal.
The distance between Oslo and Trondheim is about 500 km. 

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