Rivers

Running water is simply fascinating. Whether you are young, old, big, or small, it is both powerful and soothes the soul. Many anglers enjoy fishing running water above all else, whether they prefer drifting worms, swinging streamers, or drifting nymphs and dries.

Here you will find plenty of excellent rivers to be fished, each of which offer unique opportunities for fishing and a variety of species to target. Some rivers are also very accessible, making it quick and easy to hit the water. In Norway’s rivers you will find plenty of opportunity for all types of fishing!

Destinations

Fishing ­Otta ­river ­in ­Skjåk
FisheryThe River Otta begins in the far western reaches of Skjåk, and it winds its way along Riksveg 15 for 70 km throughout Skjåk. This river system offers many opportunites for easy […]Read more
Lake ­Run ­Trout ­in ­Mistra
FisheryThe River Mistra is renowned for it’s excellent fishing for large lake run trout in a widely varied river, which is ideal for most types of angling. Here you will find everything […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Rendalen
FisheryRendalen Municipality is Southern Norway’s largest in total area at 3174 square km. Rendalen has an inland climate, with relatively little precipitation, cold winters, and warm summers. The nature here is rugged […]Read more
Lågen ­Fishing ­River ­in ­Gudbrandsdalen ­valley
FisheryGudbrandsdalslågen (Lågen) and its tributaries are recognized as some of the best fisheries in Norway for inland species. Here you will find a wide variation throughout the river system, and a similarly […]Read more
Åmot ­River ­Association: ­5 ­Rivers ­– ­One ­License
FisheryCommon License for Rena River – well known among fishermen throughout Europe for its big trout and grayling – in addition to the Glomma, Åsta, Søre Osa and Julussa rivers. Each of […]Read more
Glomma ­in ­Stor-Elvdal
FisheryThe River Glomma is one of Norways best and most diverse when it comes to fishing, and is also the longest. 80 km of the Glomma runs through Stor-Elvdal Municipality in Østerdalen. […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Valdres
FisheryValdres stretches from the lush valleys rich in forests and lakes in the south, all the way to the mighty Jotunheimen peak in the north. In Valdres you will find over 3000 […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Engerdal
FisheryEngerdal County has over 900 lakes, ponds, creeks, and rivers and streams for the angler to choose from. This area is well known for its beautiful landscapes and more importantly for its […]Read more
Trysilelva ­(Trysil ­River)
FisheryTrysilelva offers almost 100 km of varied fishing opportunities. No matter how you prefer to fish, this river has something for all sports fishermen. Trout and grayling in in the faster moving […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Selbu
FisherySelbu offers fishing in over 300 lakes of varying size, including small mountain lakes, still forest lakes, and fishing for large trout in lakes Nea and Selbusjøen. With it’s large wilderness area […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Snåsa
FisheryFishing in Snåsa is synonymous with visiting the Snåsa area. By purchasing a single license you will receive access to over 1500 lakes, rivers stretches, and opportunities for boat and cabin rentals […]Read more
Ljøra ­river ­i ­Trysil
FisheryLjøra River, is a medium sized river found in eastern Trysil Kommune and offers great grayiling and trout fishing and a great variety of water. This river is a good choice for […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Tydal
FisheryExperience a varied fishing trip for trout and char in the beautiful mountain town of Tydal. With most of its numerous mountains lakes packed with fish, and being home to the legendary […]Read more
Lesja ­mountain ­area
FisheryThe Lesja mountain region governs an exciting and varied fishing after trout, arctic char and grayling. Either you want to fish in pristine mountain lakes after hours of hiking, or the more accessible areas near to roads, […]Read more
Fishing ­in ­Trysil
FisheryTrysil an area with great diversity and many fishing options. Here you can hike up to mountainous lakes and fish for trout and arctic char. You can have a go at the huge population of grayling in […]Read more
Alvdal ­fishing ­area
FisheryAlvdal municipality and its fishing area has a good variation of fishing opportunities and great nature. You will find a good number of rivers, creeks and both small and big lakes. The most popular species are […]Read more
The ­Rena ­River
FisheryThe Rena River is considered by many to be one of the most attractive rivers in Norway. The long gliding stretches and an abundant insect life make it a perfect habitat for big grayling, […]Read more
Sel ­Mountain ­Board
FisheryThe Sel Mountain Board sells fishing licenses for the Sel and Northern Kolloen Statsallmenning area. The mountain board has the fishing rights for 39 lakes, 2 rivers and several smaller streams. Trout, […]Read more
Dalsbygda ­Fishing ­area
FisheryThe areas surrounding Dalsbygda and Forollhogna are known for a good wild brown trout population. Besides good fishing, the mountain areas offer great hiking opportunities in beautiful surroundings.   Dalsbygda joint fishing area consists of 6 […]Read more
Folldal ­Public ­Lands
FisheryFolldal Public Lands consist of approximately 20 lakes and 30 km of rivers,  where you can encounter brown trout, arctic char and grayling. The area is governed by the Folldal mountain board, and they stock juvenile locally bread fish in several […]Read more
Sport ­fishing ­in ­Folldal
FisherySport fishing in Folldal offers plenty of easy accessible fishing opportunities. There are many rivers and streams.   Here are some of the areas that are included in Sport fishing Folldal: Folla, […]Read more
Glomma ­river ­– ­Galåen ­stretch
FisheryThe Galåen stretch in Glomma river offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities, all kind of anglers will find their spot here. In the upper part trout and grayling are the dominant species, and this […]Read more
Glomma ­river ­– ­The ­Os ­and ­Erlia ­stretch
FisheryThis section of the Glomma river is called Os and Erlia. On this beat beat you will find many glides, riffles and good pools. The upper part of Glomma varies between rapids […]Read more
Glomma ­– ­Rendalen
FisheryThe Rendalen part of the mighty Glomma river is dominated by trout, whitefish and grayling. The river is easily accessible along the whole East bank and also on the West bank from […]Read more