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The Vestfjella lake district is a forest area in western Aremark Municipality. The area is generally untouched and exudes a sense of wilderness. The district comprises 90 fishing waters with around 2 000 ha (4500 acres) of water, something that makes this district an exciting for fishing with many good lakes.

The area is unique in its numerous small lakes in a relatively small area. At 200-250 metres above sea level pines dominate and you can find your peaceful ‘own fishing hole’. The district is arranged well with a road into central areas, your own experience fishing guide and docks for functionally challenged fishing enthusiasts.

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About this activity

  • Type of fishing
    Enkelt fiske Större utmaning
  • Area, hectares
    (Many small lakes in a lake district)
  • About the fishing
    The Vestfjella lake district has only perch and brown trout. Forty-fivee of the lakes have trout stocks and perch is found in several. Many of the trout lakes are well suited to fly-fishing for the many, superb trout ranging from 0.5 to 1.0 kg.
  • Nice catches
    Several of the lakes are home to trout weighing more than 1 kg.
  • Fishing regulation
    Live bait is forbidden. The minimum size for trout is 25 cm. No boats or other floating crafts are allowed in the lake district. Please fill out the catch form after fishing. This helps us keep track of how many fish we need to stock the lakes with.
  • Fishing permit
    Fishing licence can be bought at, at local sports shops and at the Vestfjella entrance.
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