Ståggtjønnin and the connecting lakes is a place that immediately comes to mind when ”those in the know” start thinking about fat trout. Several connected lakes lie in the shadow of Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park, just above the tree line in towards skjækerfjella. Trout are the only species found here, and the average trout is nothing to complain about. Fish over 1 kg are quite common here.
Ståggåtjønnin is one of the finest offerings in the Snåsa area for fly-fishing in Stillwater. A typical mountain trout lake, in Ståggåtjønnin you can look forward to spending plenty of time with a fish on the end of your line. This lake is relatively shallow with a relatively small population of large average sized fish, so fishermen that wish to continue to enjoy the fishing here should keep fish in moderation, or better yet, practice catch and release.
Even though the lake is shallow, there are many shelves and drop offs that make the fishing here very exciting. Waders can be nice to have, but are not necessary as most of the lake is fishable from land.
The current that connects the lakes together is very good fishing, expecially with nymphs and streamers. The deeper pockets in the running water portions between the lakes can also be very productive during certain times of the year. Ståggåtjønnin is located in a place which makes it ideal for the start and finish of a longer round trip into the inner portions of Skjækerfjella.
The easiest access is from Roktdalsvegen with parking available for a small fee up at Hevdesåsen, which makes for a 5 km trip in the summer.
The Snåsa Mountain Board manages nearly 1 400 000 acres of public land in Snåsa Kommune. Here you will find forests, rivers, mountains, and over 2000 fishable lakes
24 Hour NOK 100,00 | Week NOK 350,00 | Season NOK 400,00 | Season Family NOK 600,00
Fishing licenses can be purchased online or at local outlets including sports shops, camping areas, and tourist information centers
Excerpt from the local fishing regulations. Read the complete fishing regulations here.
- Anyone participating in any type of fishing must acquire a fishing licnese. A season fishing license is valid for the calendar year.
- Anglers are required to familiarize themselves with the established rules and boundaries within the area.
- Children and youth under 20 years old fish for free.
- Use of live bait (fish and minnows) is strictly forbidden, however it is allowed to use either worms or insects as bait.
- Fishing with any type of hook can only be done either with a rod and reel or hand line, and must be done actively.
- Provisions for border waters:
- Skjækervatnet may be fished in its entirety.
- Bangsjøene requires it’s own fishing license
- Anglers are required to show their fishing license upon request from any type of supervision.
- Anglers must show care to the fish and the environment, and respect to fellow anglers.
- Failure to comply with rules and regulations will lead to arrest.
In the National Park area it is allowed to make campfires out of deadfall, but standing pine (dead or alive) is protected.
Always carry proper rain clothes and a warm change of clothing. Even in the middle of summer the weather here can change drastically, and staying dry makes for a much better time in the mountains.
If you pack it in, pack it out. Please do not litter, taking care of the environment is our joint responsibility.
Whenever possible please use marked parking areas.
Show respect to populated areas, and to anyone else you may meet on your trip.
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