Rules for fishing
The Atnavassdraget stretches from Atnas outlet in Glomma at Atna and all the way under / in Rondane National Park. Varying along the watercourse, from barren mountain areas with little vegetation to the still-floating river in the Atnsjø ants. Lake Atn is majestically beneath Rondane. Nedre Atna takes over and goes in more rapids and small waterfalls down to Glomma.
General fishing rules
Fishing licenses must be redeemed before the fishing takes place.
Living organisms are not allowed to transfer from one watercourse to another.
Ear-kyte, dead or alive, is forbidden to use as bait.
Rod fishing is permitted from ice solution and lasts until 15 September, when rescue begins.
Ice fishing starts on 1 December and lasts until the ice runs, most often this has been around 10 May.
Fishing with otters is allowed for everyone on Finnsjøen during the entire fishing period.
Otter fishing for non-living persons is allowed on Lake Atnsjøen in July. This applies only when resolving season passes.
Otter fishing for non-living persons is allowed on the Sentence throughout the season. This applies only when resolving season passes.
Fishing from inland is prohibited without the landowner's permission.
The catch report shall be submitted to Atna Fiskeforening after the end of fishing.
Violations of fishing rules will be reported.
Yarn fishing for out-of-town residents is permitted on The Sentence and Finnsjøen. This requires a separate yarn card. Up to 10 yarns can be put, with at least half of the mesh width 26 or less. Fishing time for the Sentence: From the ice runs-30 June and 1.aug-15.sept, as well as from 1 December until the ice passes (net under the ice). Fishing time for Finnsjøen: From the ice runs until 15.sept, as well as from 1 December until the ice passes (net under the ice). It is forbidden to have nets standing in the water between 10:00 – 16:00. Yarn should be standard bottom yarn up to 2 meters depth / 25 meters length, and be clearly marked with the owner's name and address. Unmarked nets are taken up by the fish watch.
Further information can be found here: https://www.inatur.no/fiske/50d1a746e4b0d4c4dc6f736c