Anyone aged 16 or over who intends to fish salmon, sea trout or sea char in rivers and lakes must pay the national fishing fee.
Recrational fishers are responsible for preveting the spread of disease while visiting Norway. Please follow the advice in the information brochure from the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA).
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA) supervises the fish health in Norway. It is important that new fish deseases are not introduced into the country, and that existing deseases are not spread.
More about recreational fishing in norway
Find offices in Norway
Phone 0047 22 40 00 00
If you have questions, please contact NFSA, tel. +47 22 40 00 00
|Guidelines for recreational seafishing in Norway from the Directorate of Fisheries|
|How to stop the spread of Gyrodactylus salaris|
|So verhindern Sie die Ausbreitung des Gyrodactylus salaris|
|Näin estät Gyrodactylus salaris-hohiloisen leviämisen|
|Ná hehttet Gyrodactylus salaris leavvamis, sami|
|Gyrodactylus salaris, Russian|