Nymph fishing river Rena

Nymph fishing in Rena is done either form land or drift boating. Both ways are highly effective and really fun. Nymphing is not a new way of fly fishing. It has been practiced for a long time, but hasn’t got the reputation it deserves. The technique has lett anglers explore a super effective way of […]

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Salmon and Sea trout fishing Southern Norway

The Atlantic salmon is often referred to as the pinnacle of freshwater gamefish or the the king of rivers. Don’t be fooled, the Atlantic can drive even the most patient souls to frustration. They’re certainly not easy to catch, but it’s just that challenge that makes the reward much sweeter.  Southern Norway can boast still […]

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Sea trout fishing Southern Norway

The Southern Norwegian archipelago has an extremely healthy population of our silvery prize, the sea trout. This game fish puts up a great fight and makes for excellent eating. Being able to hunt them in more than often breath-taking nature is just an additional bonus! Here the guides’ passion for sea fishing  and many year’s […]

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Trout fishing southern Norway

In southern Norway, the lakes, rivers and streams are everywhere and the vast majority can boast thoroughly wild fish stocks making it a haven for fly fishermen!  What’s Internationally unique with our guiding areas outside of the wild brown trout and American brook trout, is the bleka and marble trout. The bleka is a small […]

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Sea fishing Southern Norway

The coastal waters in the Southern Norwegian archipelago is something to be truly experienced. Crystal clear water, a vast and plentiful array of different fish species, and breath-taking nature all around. Not only that, but it can be enjoyed all year round! Here the guides' passion for sea fishing  and many year’s experience in both [...]
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Seatrout fishing Western Norway

Sea trout fishing at the west coast is spectacular. The region’s variety of high mountains, deep fjords and shallow banks suits the sea trout perfectly and offers a different experience compared to fishing for the trout in the streams and lakes of inland Norway. This type of fishing is refreshing and exiting, but demands patience […]

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Grøndal and Storelvi

Grøndal and Storelvi is the upper and lower part of the famous river Ekso, which runs through Eksingedalen. Here the locals have created an attractive fishing venue that really stands out. With their love for the river they have cultivated Ekso into one of Western Norway’s best brown trout rivers for fly fishing.  The cultivated […]

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Fishing at Geilo

Fishing in Geilo is a fantastic experience. Even just a stones throw from the quaint mountain town you have rich waters and river trails with high quality fish that are easily accessible. The main species present in these waters are trout and char. This guided tour is designed to teach you what fly fishing is all […]

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Carp fishing

Carp, while originally from Asia, have been in Norwegian waters for hundreds of years. In Norwegian context, this is a rare and elusive fish and (somewhat curiously!) not so popular among Norwegian fishermen. In our opinion, the carp is a very underrated fish – it offers an exhilarating fight and their beautiful gold flanks and […]

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Seabass fishing Western Norway

Sea bass fishing has grown rapidly over the last few years in Norway. This fish is brute among saltwater species here up here.  An aggressive, large, and powerful fish. These attributes make sea bass an ideal gamefish, with up to 75 cm in length, nearly 5-8 kg, and can swim up fast. With large eyes […]

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