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Fishing in Norway

Sea Fishing

Norway is a real Mecca for lovers of sea fishing. Tourists from all over the world come to Norway because of its rare beauty and abundant fishing. Deep fjords and long coastline of Norway offers a unique variety of fishing experiences.
Further to North Norway coastal waters deeper. There are many small islands that are chosen for fishing by local residents. Next there is the boundary between the North and Norwegian seas and to Lofoten Islands where caught all kinds of fish and is a lot of important spawning grounds for the largest game fish in the world, such as northern cod, halibut, saithe, haddock, pollock and many others.

Moving further north and east on the border of Norway up to Nordkapp, we are in the Barents Sea. It is there favorite fishing place for many tourists and local residents.

In Norway, you can fish all year round, but the best time is from March to October. If you like long hours of daylight and warm weather, we advise you to the end of May to mid-September. Best chance to catch large trophy fish is March and April, but be prepared for extreme weather!

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Freshwater Fishing

Norway is famous for not only sea, but also freshwater fishing. Almost everywhere
in Norway, there are lakes, rivers and streams. Fishing season starts early, when
the lakes and rivers are still covered with a thick layer of ice, ice fishermen are
already drilled and catch trout, grayling and exclusive Arctic char. When the river
throws off the ice and flood ends, you can catch on lure or fly excellent trout,
grayling and in June open’s season on all salmon rivers. At this time, pecking
salmon, often weighing more than 10 kilograms. Summer – the perfect time to
catch Arctic char, salmon, large whitefish and grayling, along with trout. Also
extremely good fishing can be in September and October, before the mountain
lakes covered with ice and the circle will be closed until next spring.