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 good fight and makes for excellent eating. Being able to hunt them in more than often breath-taking nature is an additional bonus.  The guides passion for sea fishing  and many year’s experience in both fly fishing and other […]

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Trout fishing southern Norway

Lakes, rivers and stream everywhere and the vast majority can boast thoroughly wild fish stocks. 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 landlocked salmon from the last ice age and the marble trout a brown trout morphism with markings […]

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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 just that, but it can be enjoy all year round! Her the guides passion for sea fishing  and many year’s experience in both fly fishing [...]
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Seatrout fishing Western Norway

Sea trout fishing along the coast in Norway is fantastic and the fishing her is generally good. This type of fishing It’s refreshing and exiting, but demands patience and stamina. It’s quite common to go long periods without feeling or seeing any fish. Some places/regions are of course better than others, but after years of […]

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Grøndal and Storelvi

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

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Fishing at Geilo

Fishing at Geilo is a fantastic experience. Here you have waters and river trails with high quality fish not far from the city center. The main species to catch is trout and char. This guided tour is made for those who want to see what fly fishing is all about. We go through the whole […]

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Carp fishing

The carp is originally from Asia, but has been in Norwegian waters for hundreds of years. In Norwegian context this is a rare fish and it not so popular among fishermans. In our opinion, the carp is a very underrated fish. First of all, it is a super strong. It is incredibly beautiful and has […]

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Seabass fishing Western Norway

Sea bass fishing has grown rapidly over the last couple of years in Norway. This fish has lived in our waters for a very long time and has now settled along most of our coast from south to north. After their first encounters with this fish, the fly fishing community have never looked back and […]

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Seabass fishing Oslo

Sea bass fishing has grown rapidly the last couple of years in Norway. They have lived in our waters for quite some time and have settled along much of our coast and quite far north. After the first encounter with this fish, fly fishermen have never looked back, and in many places this fish is […]

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