Wilderness Fishing

Feel the tranquility, hear the birds singing, the wind breezing lightly in the treetops. No cars, no smartphones – it’s you and the nature.

You’re on the bank, casting straight. Right past the rising fish, waiting for it the respond in the other end. Your thoughts drifting around todays catch, the campfire and the experience of you and nature finding peace when the sun sets for today.

Some fishermen prefer to fish solo. Being alone, out in the wild. To get away from it all. Disconnect from the daily routine. Connecting to nature.

Either you’re searching for the mountain plateaus or the old forest in Femundsmarka, we can help you. Here you will find areas and spots where most people don’t journey often.Welcome to nature!

Destinations

Mountain ­fishing ­in ­Skjåk
FisheryThe Skjåk area offers countless opportunities for those who look for mountain fishing in peace and tranquility. Breheimen and Reinheimen National Parks is unique wilderness areas that can provide you with mountain trout fishing of the old-fashioned quality.Read more
Femundsmarka ­National ­Park
FisheryFemundsmarka national park is well known for it characteristic wilderness with old pine, stone blocks and numerous lakes and ponds. In the national park the possibility of big trout, arctic char or grayling is always presentRead more
Fishing ­in ­Jotunheimen
FisheryThe Common License for Jotunheimen is put together for adventurers who want to make fishing a part of their backpacking trip through this large and beautiful area. This makes it easier to combine your mountain trip with fishing. This license is valid for over 60 lakes of varying size, and dozens of rivers in the central area of Jotunheimen.Read more
East ­Hardangervidda
FisheryUpper Numedal Fjellstyre (board of public lands) manages the fishing in 57 water systems within a 13000 acre area in East Hardangervidda.  These public lands are centrally located in Hardangervidda and border to Telemark county in the south and Hordaland County in the west.Read more
Heggsjøene ­in ­Snåsa
FisheryAt Heggsjøene in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park you will have the opportunity to come into contact with big wild trout, surrounded by mountain birch forests and marshlands at the foot of Imsdalsfjellet and Heggsjøfjellet. Very good fishing spots for big trout are easily reached along the shore, which makes for prime opportunities for both fly fishing and spin fishing.Read more
Mountain ­Fishing ­under ­Sylan ­in ­Tydal
FisheryCome and experience the fishing for char and trout in the shadows of the iconic mountains ranges of Sylan and Skardsfjella, near the border of Sweden. This is in many ways the “Filet Mignon” of the beautiful nature surrounding Trondelag. The mountain lakes in Tydal are known for their large char that feed on crustaceans and most everything else that moves.Read more
Mountain ­fishing ­in ­Dindalen
FisheryThe fishing here is widely varied and exciting, in the northern portion of Dovrefjell – Sunndalsfjella National Park. Here you can fish in all of the lakes and streams in Dindalen in Oppdal municipality,  an absolutely beautiful high mountain valley surrounded by mountains and unique landscape on all sides. This area offers very good high mountain fishing where the only species you will find is trout.Read more
Snaufjellvatnet
FisherySnaufjellvatnet, (bald mountain lake) in the heart of Akselfjella mountains, has a self-explanatory name. The rugged high mountain surroundings stretch for as far as the eye can see, with mighty peaks in the skyline.  This is a typical high mountain lake, where the fishing season is short but the action is intense during the few months when fish are feeding.Read more
Fishing ­in ­Holtålen ­Wilderness ­Area
FisheryThe Holtålen wilderness area offers an array of exciting lakes with opportunities for both trout and char fishing, but you will need to lace up the hiking boots and load up the backpack in order to get there. These lakes are spread across both sides of Gauldalen in different fishing management zones, including Forollhogna National park in the west and Kjøllifjellet and Storskarven in the east. You will find true wilderness fishing here, but the area as a whole is relatively easy to access.Read more
Wilderness ­fishing ­in ­Reinheimen ­National ­park
FisheryIf you are in search of fishing mountainous areas, tranquility and solitude, Skjåk municipality can offer numerous options. The fishing licence covers the entirety of the municipality, and it consist of over 200 bodies of water and over 259 km with rivers. The Reinheimen Nasjonalpark […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella ­National ­Park
FisheryThe beautiful Åmotsdalen offers real wilderness experiences in majestic high mountain nature. Here you will a wide variety of high mountain lakes packed with trout of excellent quality. You can also fish in the Åmotselva River or Urdvassbekken Creek, where you will find still floating stretches ideal for dry fly fishing. Once you have arrived you may also decide to take a hike to the famed Snøhetta and Storskrymten peaks. If you are lucky you may have the opportunity to see wild reindeer, mountain fox, and wolverine.Read more
Dovrefjell ­and ­Reinheimen ­National ­Parks
FisheryDovrefjell and Reinheimen National Parks offer a wide array of exciting lakes, creeks, and rivers to be fished in a breathtaking setting surrounded by wild nature and ancient monuments. Experiencing the mountains with a backpack, tent, and a fishing rod is the recommended method, and there are around 230 lakes and 180 km of running water to be fished here.Read more