River Hola and Langsjøen lake
The Hola and Langsjøen zone covers a big area. The river is well suited for light spin fishing, fly fishing and worm fishing. The river is easy accessible in most places, which makes it a good alternative for families. There are also many ponds and small lakes holding a lot of perch and pike. In Langsjøen there are many different fish species and it also holds big brown trout.
Hola varies between small rapids and quiet areas. Grayling and trout are the dominant species, but you can also encounter whitefish, perch and pike. Down streams of the fly fishing zone the river is calm and runs quiet through grass fields and here you will find grayling and whitefish. This beat is ideal for canoeing.
Licence, including Hola Fly Fishing zone:
Day 100,-NOK | Week 300,- NOK | Season 500,- NOK*
* The season license gives you the right to fish in all the areas that Hola Fiskeforening administers. Make sure to know and follow the rules for the area you are fishing in.
Licence, Fly fishing zone, NOT included:
Day 80,-NOK | Week 250,- NOK
Licenses can be obtained either online (click the button) or from various vendors in the area (gas stations, campsites, tourist office etc.)
(Extract from complete fishing rules):
- Fishing season from 1st of June to 15th of October. All trout are protected from 1st of September until the season closes. All grayling are protected in the periode between 1st of May to 15th of June.
- In Hola and Langsjøen: maximum length for grayling is 35 cm and 30 cm for trout.
- Bag limit 2 fish per day, only one over maximum length.
- You are only allowed to use spinner, lure worm or fly when fishing.
- The zones “Hola Fly Fishing Zone” has special rules.
- The fishing license is personal and only valid with a personal Id.
- All children under the age of 16 years fish for free.
- Violations of the rules might result in prosecution.
- Game warden phone number: (+47) 99 38 96 87
Show respect for farmed fields, do not walk across but walk on the edges. Respect local residents and only use marked parking places (see maps.). Remember that the atmosphere on and around the river is our common responsibility. Respect other anglers and bring your garbage back with you, don’t leave it in nature.