From: #flymeto | May 09, 2016
There are many fishing sites in Norway, so there is plenty to choose from. Norway is an industrialized state for fishing. Novice fishermen in Norway should first become acquainted with the Norwegian fisheries laws, such as the obligation to wear a life jacket while fishing from a boat.
Bogen- It is a very well protected place with fishing opportunities on the open sea and the fjord. Bogen is located on the outskirts of Nordland and northern Trondelag, east of the island of Leka.Na accommodation is a large cottage with 6 apartments that have wireless internet.
Kravag- It is a true fishing trip for adventurers.It is a quiet and wonderful place you will find between Hitra and Fosen peninsula, on Storlattoya island. It is WIFI.You can also fish on the outdoor table in front of the cottage.
Harbak- Popular place for family fishing.It is located 95 km north of Trondheim.You will find a large selection of boats with GPS.Chatters are stored in a small and quiet bay.Chatters are designed for 2-10 people.At the pier is a storage room with fishing equipment .
Vesterály / Vinjesjoen- chaty 3-6 os.Very popular area of fishermen where managed to catch beautiful Halibut 165 cm, 56 kg. Places for accommodation hard to find and therefore I recommend to wait. It is always necessary to ask about actual capacity.
Dolmoy - this fishing center located on the island of Hitra is known for its quality boats. There is accommodation for 2-10 people. Again, there is the possibility to rent fishing equipment and sets.
Soroya / Sorvaer- According to fishermen, this is one of the best places to fish in Norway.Very rich here is the surrounding sea.Accommodation is in apartments 4-6 osob.Mola from cottages are here about 2km and at your own pier moored boats.
Fishing in Norway can be given as a gift. All you need to do is book accommodation and back.