Lake ­Fishing ­in ­Tydal
FisheryCome and experience the fishing for char and trout in the shadows of the iconic mountains ranges of Sylan and Skardsjella, 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
Østrungen ­Outdoor ­Camp
AccommodationThe Østrungen Friluftsleir (outdoor camp) draws upon the rich natural surroundings of the area. The camp is a place where guests can thrive and experience the fantastic nature here. Østrungen Friluftsleir is flexible to the users needs.Read more
Marienborg ­Camping
AccommodationMarienborg Camping in Selbu is the perfect choice if fishing is your main priority. At Marienborg you will find a private dock with boat rentals allowing you to fish the famed Selbusjøen or the River Nea, which is known as one of northern Europe’s best trout streams.Read more
Pike ­Fishing ­in ­Lake ­Selbusjøen
FisheryThe beautiful Selbusjøen offers very exciting fishing opportunities for pike, trout, char, and burbot in Sør Trøndelags largest lake. At 58 square kilometers and surrounded by farmland, here you will find the opportunity at a pike of a lifetime! With a high number of fast growing fish in very good condition, it’s hard to beat Selbusjøen for large pike.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
Grøseth ­Sport
Other offeringGrøseth Sport in Oppdal is a part of the G-SPORT, Norway’s largest and most widespread sporting goods chain. With us you will find outdoor gear and sporting goods for the entire family. […]Read more
Trollheimsporten ­Turiststsenter ­(Tourist ­Center)
AccommodationTrollheimsporten Turistsenter is a diverse vacation destination that is open year round, ideally located at the access to Trollheimen. Here you will find campsites, cabins, and built in camping trailers for rentRead more
Selbu ­Camping
AccommodationSelbu Camping and the neighboring B. Langseth General Store offer everything you might find yourself in need of during your stay in Selbu. You will find a place to camp, a gas station, groceries, and a restaurant – all under the same roof.Read more
Selbusporten ­– ­Sport ­1
Other offeringSelbusporten is a fully assorted sporting goods store with a very wide selection of outdoor products, fishing equipment and ski equipment, and have a special focus on Biking and running gear. You […]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 Selbu is one of the most popular hunting and fishing municipalities in Mid Norway. With only one common license you are able to fish throughout the entire municipality.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
The ­Bæssfarstu ­House ­– ­Homebase ­for ­Salmon ­Fishing ­in ­Namsen
AccommodationBæssfarstu is a roomy farm house on the Elstadnes farm in Grong.   Perfectly located on the banks of the River Namsen, and only 200 meters to salmon fishing in the famous […]Read more
Nynes ­– ­A ­Large ­Cabin ­in ­Sandøldalen
AccommodationThe Nynes Cabin has beds for up to 10 people, but we don’t require such a large group for rental. This cabin is a perfect starting point for salmon fishing as well […]Read more
Godejordstu ­Cabin ­– ­Sanddøla ­River
AccommodationThis cabin is located 10 meters from the river banks of Sanddøla, on the south side of the river at the end of a road. This cabin is a perfect starting point […]Read more
Nessastu ­– ­Your ­Home ­Base ­for ­Trout ­Fishing
AccommodationThe Nessastu Cabin is centrally located in an excellent area for fishing, and makes for a great base camp for day trips to a wide variety of lakes on the property. Many […]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 in one of the most famed wilderness areas in Norway. Trout are the predominant species throughout the Snåsa public waters, but many of the lakes are also home to both Char and burbot.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
Cabins ­with ­Haltdalen ­Mountain ­Board
AccommodationHaltdalen Mountain board offer cabins for both fishermen and mountain wanderers alike. Here you will have access to both stone cabins that are open for public use, or cabins available for rent […]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 Rivers Nea and Tya, Tydal is a municipality with plenty of good fishing to offer.  Tydal is surrounded in beautiful scenery at the feet of the iconic Sylan Mountain Range in Trøndelag.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
Aursunden ­– ­diverse ­fishing ­lake
FisheryAursunden lake feeds the Glomma river and can offer attractive fishing, especially after big trout and whitefish, but also species like arctic char, perch and burbot. Here you can fly or baitfish for whitefish cruising the shallows for insects, or you can troll the lake for massive trout hunting for pray. Read more
Ståggåtjønnin
FisheryStåggtjønnin 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.Read more